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Cutting, Frost Farm, Goodnow, Great Meadows, Nobscot, Pelham Island, Powder Mill, Wayside, Woodside

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A soil test can be a valuable tool in assessing your lawn’s nutritional balance and as an aid to protecting the environment and saving money by applying only the amount of fertilizer needed. For more … More

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This is an aquatic weed harvester owned by the Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge used to help combat invasive aquatic plants on the Sudbury River. The harvester has also been generously loaned to neighboring towns … More

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This is caused by an excess of nutrients in the water and is called eutrophication. For an overview see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eutrophication The green scum is an algal bloom that results from the high nutrient levels and … More

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Any alteration of land bordering waters is regulated by state law. A well defined procedure must be followed before any action is taken. The law can be found at: http://www.mass.gov/legis/laws/mgl/131-40.htm For more information or to … More

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Dealing with problems caused by beavers is controlled by state law. The following site gives detailed explanations of the options available and the procedures that must be followed. It is important to understand both the … More

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Here are some links to helpful tips: Quick summary: http://www.stormwatermatters.org/lawn.html Verbose details: http://www.richsoil.com/lawn-care.jsp

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