Fall Lawn Care

 

Introducing our fall lawn care video! Join us in planning for yard care that works for all and helps protect our water resources. Why would a paddle be in the street? Find out in the video! For more information, visit our residents page or hop over to the cost-share programs to brainstorm what  your yard could look like this time next year. 

 This video was made possible by the generous time and effort from the Watershed Action Volunteers, community  members of different cities and backgrounds that are coming together for water quality. To receive updates on future projects like this, or to connect with WAV's bi-monthly meetings, sign-up for the WAV newsletter or contact WAV@VLAWMO.org.

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