Urban Food Production – Turn Your Lawn Into a Garden

For the news at noon on Monday, February 28th, Greg Rooke, Pesticide Reduction Coordinator with the Saskatchewan Environmental Society will talk about ā€œUrban Food Production – Turning Your Lawn into a Veggie Garden.ā€ Lawns are resource and time intensive and produce a crop worthy only of the compost pile. Converting a patch of lawn to a vegetable garden is a good way to produce local food, get some exercise, meet your neighbours, and reduce the need for lawn pesticides. Greg Rooke, a horticulturalist, will tell us how simple and rewarding it can be to produce good food on your home soil!

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