Each year, the month of April pays tribute to our lawns and gardens. Spring is a time of regrowth and awakening, a time when we’re eager to get out and enjoy warm, sunny days at long last. Especially now while much of the world is shut in at home, taking solace in our lawns and gardens can be a great way to cope and keep ourselves busy. Wondering how you can celebrate National Lawn and Garden Month? Let us help you count the ways!
1. Start composting. Feel good about your waste! Did you know, according to the EPA, 30% of trash sent to landfills are food and yard scraps? Composting isn’t as hard as it seems, plus it can greatly reduce your garbage volume while also enriching your garden and helping reduce methane released into the atmosphere (a major factor in climate change). It’s simple–all you need is a