How do we measure humans’ impact on the earth? “Climate Vortex Sutra,” by the photographer David Benjamin Sherry, presents pristine landscapes in unnatural hues to suggest our distortive geological footprint.
Photographs courtesy David Benjamin Sherry and Salon 94, New York
Reduce Rainwater Runoff by Aerating Your Lawn
Aeration opens up your lawn and allows water and nutrients to enrich the soil, helping your grass grow to its full potential. Here are some tips to help you successfully aerate your lawn:
- When deciding which aerator to go with, remember plug aerators remove the clumps of soil; spike aerators simply push holes into soil
- Aerate warm season grasses in late Spring and aerate cool season grasses in the Fall
- Use the same pattern as when you mow
- If using a plug aerator, rake away soil plugs when you’re done