The first official week of spring heralds the start of watering season, when people with turf grass often begin to apply potable water to their lawns.
The future of Little Patch Garden, a community garden located on a small plot of land downtown, is undecided.
Monarch butterflies left their forested roosts in Michoacán, Mexico, on March 24 in what appears to be their latest departure on record, citizen science organization Journey North reported last week.
Welcome rainfall Sunday and Monday offered tangible proof that 50 people who labored hard in the Pittman-Sullivan Community Garden Saturday accomplished their task.
Turns out it’s far easier to keep a garden green than a lawn.
A nine-month drought of epic proportion begins Saturday.
A graduate class I took a few semesters ago as part of my study in urban and regional planning at UTSA focused on health, the built environment, and equal access for everyone to fresh, organic, locally produced foods – important issues that are tied to many aspects of our community.
This Saturday, Oct.
Last year about this time, we detailed a turf-to-bed conversion in the front yard of our rental house in the downtown Lavaca neighborhood of San Antonio.
Lush green lawns will soon turn brown from drought if the Edwards Aquifer readings continue to fall.