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Posted Sat Sep 13 2008: from Washington Post (US):
Sustainability Starts in Your Own Back Yard
But we now know that native plants can endure without synthetic chemicals or fertilizer, or much watering or labor, once established. And that insects that depend on native plants are important food for birds. Knowing this, gardeners can take steps to promote sustainability in their landscapes. It involves how you use your property -- everything you own. Here are some key steps that will help you to create a sustainable gardening culture and promote renewable energy:
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It also may involve recognizing that we don't "own" anything -- we rent it from the Great Landlord, earth.
And recognizing we're way behind on rent.

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