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Cary Foust Street sends link to US EPA site, study of Natural Landscaping

Want to know more about Natural Landscaping?

Want to know more about protecting the environment, about slowing global warming, about natural noise abatement, about slowing runoff and flooding, and about reducing the carcinogens and noise produced by commonly used lawn care equipment?

Want to know more about how to protect the natural beauty of Columbia and Adair County's tree walls, thickets, and tree tunnels?Want to know more about how to protect the natural beauty of Columbia and Adair County's tree walls, thickets, and tree tunnels?

Want to see why it is so important to the entire Hurt-Foust Forest?

Cary Street offers many of the answers with this link to the United States Department of Environmental Protection website, where the benefits and almost total lack of detriments can be perused.
Click here for the EPA story
Click here for related story: Natural Landscaping vs. old city ordinance
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