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RAGLM Board > General Discussion > Give Up That Lawn - Lawns to Edible Landscapes
6/9/2012 12:46:02 PM
LawnsReply: Anne
I can see it coming that lawns will not be allowed bc they use too much water. An article on a community somewhere showed all the homes in the neighborhood with water-saving plants, rocks, etc. Probably the only lawns we see will be in community parks & gov't buildings. Vegetable gardens? Won't be allowed, bc it will affect the economy when people do not buy their food at stores - where the food is hydroponic, GMO stuff. Actually heard this "economy" argument from an article I read somewhere...maybe from something the POTUS said? There are countries like NZ where it's hard to get real seeds or obtain seeds from certain plants. On that happy note, have a nice day! :D
6/9/2012 7:28:13 AM
Agenda 21?Reply: Nathan
This is propaganda for Agenda 21. While this is not a bad idea, the idea to tell people they are not 'sustainable' is part of the agenda. I plan on growing a very large lawn soon and enjoying every bit of it.
6/8/2012 2:49:09 PM
Give Up That Lawn - Lawns to Edible LandscapesPost: Cindy Ferry
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