Want to grow healthy food? Start with your lawn
The fruits and vegetables we buy from the grocery story have been bred to grow bigger and faster — but at the cost of flavor and nutrition, says John C. Trimble, co-founder of Foodscaping Utah. Instead of wasting precious water to maintain the grass in our yards, he suggests we "foodscape" them instead. Not only will our produce taste better, but they'll be grown as locally as possible.