Stormwater Management goes hand in hand with planting natives. Natives are drought resistant, so when there is water, they absorb a lot!
Mosquito dunks are a safe, effective, and inexpensive means of managing mosquitoes in your yard
It is time to replace your invasive grasses and weeds with a native lawn
For this Earth Day, plant natives, as many as you can fit in your yard. Once they are established, say goodbye to watering, fertilizing, and create habitat for local wildlife.
The lawn describes a chaos of weeds from all corners of the earth fighting it out to make your yard as ugly and lifeless as possible.
Long Island is facing an environmental crisis. What native habitat we have left is rapidly vanishing. We can do something about this.
Increasingly, people are challenging local zoning laws and home owner’s association rules governing how one maintains one’s yard, asserting our right to native plants
By harvesting local wildflower seeds from our own yards, we can restore native habitat right here where we live.