Our Lyngso Garden Materials speaker discussed how simple changes to our gardens can make a huge impact on our environment. The relationship between plants and soil is a living community, and all of the organisms in soil play an important role in soil health and our own health. We learned so much, including how fertilizers actually eliminate life in the soil. Rather, grass cycling and applying compost two times a year is the best thing for a lawn. Or choose to get rid of you lawn and go with native plants, which don’t require chemical fertilizers or additional irrigation every week.
Climate Reality Leader & BHNA Board member Belinda Chlouber showed a short movie about the Paris COP21 Conference, where 196 countries reached a historic agreement to stop global warming. We learned about the biggest sources of greenhouse omissions, and saw examples additional global warming issues throughout the world. For more information on this, visit https://www.climaterealityproject.org/.