Wild Lawns: Natural or Nuisance?
Maintaining a pristine emerald green lawn can require fertilizers, herbicides, and countless hours yard work. For those looking for more eco-friendly alternatives, letting the yard grow wild could be an option. One central Ohio woman did just that but came up against those who saw her lawn as a nuisance and potential home to vermin and noxious weeds.
- Tom Frederick, Zoning Inspector for St. Albans township
- Sarah Baker, St. Albans Township resident and Baker's Acres Greenhouse employee
- Neil Diboll, ecologist and President of the Prairie Nursery in Westfield, Wisconsin
Sarah Baker's op-ed in the Washington Post
This show originally aired on August 13, 2015 at 10 a.m.