Landscape Management

The Green Guidelines, Landscape Management promote replacing traditional lawns with natural landscaping and native plants, or implementing measures to reduce pollution and improve soil health when caring for a traditional lawn. The Landscape Management Guidlines are broken down into two major categories, “go natural” and “thoughtful lawn care,” with the latter containing suggestions in the areas of mowing, watering, pollution, fertilizers, lighting and soil and planting.

Among the tips are limiting lawn watering, preventing runoff, using home-made fertilizers and soil testing. promote replacing traditional lawns with natural landscaping and native plants, or implementing measures to reduce pollution and improve soil health when caring for a traditional lawn.

Click here to view a PDF version of the Green Guidelines, Landscape Management.

Click here to view a word document version of the Green Guidelines, Landscape Management.

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