Drummondville couple fights to keep v...

Drummondville couple fights to keep vegetable garden

There are 2 comments on the CBC News story from Jul 18, 2012, titled Drummondville couple fights to keep vegetable garden. In it, CBC News reports that:

A couple is fighting to keep a vegetable garden they grow on their property in Drummondville, 100 kilometres northeast of Montreal.

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William Reed

Port Moody, Canada

#1 Jul 29, 2012
So "Eat Local" doesn't truly mean local.Schumacher must be turning in his grave.
When the US drought hits who will be smiling then.
Lets all have a useless green, sterile area needing lots of water, moss killer, fertilizer and noisy, polluting lawn mowers instead of a garden of eden.

New Market, MN

#2 Aug 5, 2012
William Reed is right about grass, lawns and lawn mowers. Lawns should be old business by now. As a step for the Drummondville city council to save face, they should start by reversing the amount of lawn to 30% or less.

Sorry Drummondville city council, but you are sooo far behind the times.

As an example, some cities have set up compost piles made up of grass clippings and allow citizens to come and get compost, sometimes for free. But again this is behind the times. My friend Rex would never allow such compost on his garden because of all the chemicals used on lawns are still in the compost.

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