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Keeping Your Lawn and Lake Whatcom Healthy

Unhealthy Lawn

Here's to Good Health!

When it comes to sports, the strongest competitor has the best chance of succeeding. This same concept holds true for your lawn. Grass blades have a lot to deal with-invasive weeds, insects, diseases, getting walked on-and the most important factor in whether or not they will survive these pressures is good health. Healthy turf can out compete weeds while successfully battling stresses like drought. Keeping your lawn healthy doesn't have to come at the expense of Lake Whatcom, the drinking water source for half the residents of Whatcom County. Read on for tips on keeping your lawn healthy and Lake Whatcom clean.

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