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How to Get Your Lawn off Grass: A North American Guide to Turning Off the Water Tap and Going Native Paperback – Feb 1 2002
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"...a North American guide to turning off the water tap and going native."
-Jan Degrass, Coast Reporter (Coast Reporter)
"There's a lot to learn but if you take it on a step-by-step basis, both the workload and budget can be manageable."
-Randy Burton, The StarPhoenix (The StarPhoenix)
"Rubin not only advocates an end to traditional green lawns across North America, but also urges gardeners to select plants prudently."
-Sarah Jackson, The Olympian (The Olympian)
"Carole Rubin's book is a real education for any gardener."
-The Globe and Mail (The Globe and Mail)
About the Author
Carole Rubin's 1989 book How to Get Your Lawn and Garden Off Drugs sold over 20,000 copies and remains available through Harbour Publishing. Her work has appeared in Harrowsmith, Canadian Living and Lawn Care for Dummies, as well as a newspaper series on responsible living.