|Dead grass and healthy weeds|
One of the concerns for many in the local gardening movement is of a tendency that large agriculture has toward toward growing massive fields of the same crop year in and year out. This practice is called monoculture. Among other things this creates a vulnerability to diseases. As we realize these extreme weather conditions
I'm reminded that an ecodiverse lawn is a healthy lawn. Not only does it survive local weather conditions, it also provides for the diverse needs of other plants and animals living in the ecosystem.