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point

point  adj.— «Water pollution can come from what scientists call point and non-point sources. Point sources are obvious, like industry and wastewater treatment facilities. Non-point sources are harder to identify, like storm water run-off...

freedom lawn

freedom lawn n. residential land permitted to or designed to contain a variety of plants other than manicured grass, especially when containing plant life that occurs without cultivation, chemicals, or cutting. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

freedom lawn

freedom lawn  n.— «Sherri Evans…recommends planting “prairie patches and woodland niches” in addition to perennialground covers to create a “freedom lawn”—a new landscape notion that is more environmentally...

freedom lawn

freedom lawn  n.— «These figures are published in a new book, Redesigning the American Lawn, by three concerned environmentalists from Yale Univeristy, Herbert Bormann, Diana Balmori and Gordon Geballe. They propose “freedom...

freedom lawn

freedom lawn  n.— «She is against cultivating a green shag rug through the aid of chemicals, advocating instead something the lawn industry calls a Freedom Lawn: “a delicately balanced mixture of whatever can grow in any particular...

MOOP

MOOP  n.— «We packed up and searched for MOOP on our campsite. MOOP is now part of my vocabulary. It stands for Matter Out Of Place. Part of the permitting process with the Bureau of Land Management includes leave-no-trace standards...