Pollution is everywhere -- in the water and in the air, and combating harmful agents should be a top priority for families. “Parents should not have to worry about whether or not it is safe for their children to play in the nearest lake, river or shore,” said Pamela Crouch of Orange County Coastkeeper, an environmental protection nonprofit organization. Promote a healthy lifestyle by fighting pollution with simple changes to your daily routine. The result? A better quality of life for you, your family and your community.
Day: December 21, 2012
10 Outdoor Pathway Perennials
Once your garden beds are overflowing with plants and flowers, it may seem like you’ve hit a road block when you want to continue to put your green thumb to good use. Often-forgotten spots in your lush yard are pathways and entrance ways. Create a walkway like no other by sprucing it up with pathway perennials that can handle the foot traffic while complementing the landscape.