If you are lucky enough to have a garden or yard, you know how rewarding it is to prepare vegetables grown in our own backyard, see the flowers we planted in bloom, or just sit back in a lawn chair, relax and enjoy nature. Gardens offer a wonderful space to play and can help relieve stress.
Why not make our gardens a true haven of health by conserving water and minimizing the amount of synthetic chemicals we use and instead adopting some “Earth-friendly” gardening practices like composting and less toxic pest control?
Gardening Mother Nature’s way is not only healthier for our families and the environment; it also reduces waste and can save water, time, and money! For more information about creating sustainable gardens and landscapes, check out the Monterey Bay Friendly Landscaping program
Want to turn yard waste and kitchen scraps into rich, organic fertilizer for your garden? Learn how to start a compost pile in your backyard. Its easy!
Grasscycling means mowing your lawn and nourishing it at the same time. Find out how.
Less Toxic Gardening
Fewer chemicals in our garden means a healthier and safer environment for our families and wildlife alike.