Here are 10 ways you can eliminate chemicals from your yard and improve the air quality outside your home.
5 of 11 | Go wild!
Planting wild flowers or native plants in your backyard that can adapt to the environment better and do not have to be planted annually can require fewer resources to maintain and help you keep down costs, as well. Consider changing over your lawn to a grass particularly suited to your region or state. Scientists at the University of California are naturally breeding combinations of rye grass and fescue (a more drought resistant species), which may be very helpful in the future.