Food Not Lawns

Similar to community gardens, the food not lawns movement seeks to attain food sovereignty through better management of our green spaces.

The mowed, flat lawn is an antiquated, destructive conceit which removes natural habitat from flora and fauna, impoverishes the quality of our soil and endangers the health of our water table.

By using our lawns as spaces to grow food, naturally flowering field plants and other vital members of the local ecology, we can serve the dual purpose of providing nutritious, abundant vegetables and restoring safe habitat for pollinators, decomposers and seed dispersers.

Together we can create a more natural and productive environment for everyone living in our communities, including all the natural flora and fauna.

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