Will Californians Continue Opting for Grass-Free Yards?
In a state known for severe droughts, having a front yard that requires watering is becoming a thing of the past.
Is It Worthwhile to Pay People to Get Rid of Their Lawns?
In times of drought, cities offer cash for grass.
Is There a Solution to America's Obsession With Lawn Care?
Irrigation and fertilization use varies across and even within cities. Sustainable management plans must rely on a more targeted approach.
The Fescue Conundrum: Think Grass-Fed Beef Is Natural? It's Time to Think Again
It may be better than the alternative, but it’s entirely disingenuous for producers and consumers to justify eating grass-fed beef on the essentialist grounds that it was “meant to be” that way.
To Save Water, Should Grass Lawns Become Artificial Turf?
To save water, some cities let residents replace grass lawns with artificial turf. Environmentalists call for xeriscaping. Aesthetes wince.