Permeable material, such as gravel, sand, and soil, helps reduce soil erosion, manage stormwater, recharge groundwater, and control flooding.
Choose a location, control weeds, water regularly, fertilize sparingly, mow infrequently, and use native species to create a beautiful wildflower meadow.
Educate, enforce, create sanctuaries, monitor, increase awareness, support, implement laws, promote sustainability.
The Iberian Lynx food chain includes rabbits, hares, and other small mammals as prey.
Renewables, green tech, conservation, waste mgmt, pollution control, habitat protection, water preservation, & alt energy.
Biofuels can reduce emissions and provide economic benefits, but they are expensive, limited in availability, and can have negative environmental impacts.
Mow regularly, plant cover crops, improve soil quality, and monitor infestations to reduce the growth rate of annual meadow grass.
Potential consequences of an algal bloom in a pond include toxins, reduced biodiversity, increased fish mortality, water pollution, and risk to human health.
Wildflowers are low-maintenance, attract pollinators, create wildlife habitat, and add year-round beauty to your yard.
Wild flower meadow turf provides a range of ecological benefits.