The Climate Crisis Sub-committee meeting on Regenerative Landscape will meet in the Chapel between services on January 26. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Replacing grass with alternatives such as microclover and fine fescue could have a bigger effect to slow warming than many of the other things being pursued. Fossil fuels used in mowing will be reduced as will fertilizers and pesticides. By demonstrating the feasibility of growing these plants in various soil, sun, and moisture conditions, we expect to convince the Columbia Association and Howard County to convert from grass in some of their areas.
Come and see how you can help.