Eco-Friendly Lawn Care

Written by Gene Caballero on September 29, 2014

Every home wants to have a nice green lawn, and we do a lot of environmentally-unfriendly things to get to that point. We use pesticides and herbicides. We mow too often, spewing CO2 into the atmosphere. We water our lawns too much, wasting water that could be used elsewhere. Having a lawn can be very eco-unfriendly, unless you do these things to make your lawn green in color, and in how you care for it. That is what being a GreenPal is all about.

Those are just some brief tips to make your lawn look great, without the need for harmful methods or chemicals.

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Hi, I'm Gene Caballero and I'm the co-founder of GreenPal . At GreenPal, we're helping hundreds of thousands of Americans solve one of the trickiest problems: a reliable, fast, and affordable way to get lawncare taken care of. On behalf of GreenPal, I've been featured in the Indianapolis Star, the Sacramento Bee, Entrepreneur, Inc.com, and dozens more. Please feel free to say hi on Twitter or connect with me on LinkedIn.

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