Looking for a way to encourage sustainable lawn care

03/12/2014 | Pacific Standard magazine online

A survey of nearly 9,500 residents of several major metropolitan areas reveals that lawn-care practices are not uniform across the country. That could be significant as policymakers search for ways to encourage more sustainable habits. "The results suggest that a one-size-fits-all policy for trying to persuade U.S. residents to manage their lawns less intensively will not work," noted Colin Polsky, lead author of the study and an associate professor of geography at Clark University.

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