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Julia Laughlin poses for a photo at Prairie Earth Gardens, Tuesday, April 4, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Popular local radio host also dedicates her time to sustainable farming

Popular local radio host also dedicates her time to sustainable farming

Julia Laughlin co-host The Garden Party 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays on News Radio 1000 KTOK.

Make it rain

With native grasses and trees, homeowners aren’t just landscaping their yards — they’re cleaning the stormwater that flows into the water system. That runoff is caused when rain and melted snow flow over land or paved surfaces and do not percolate into the ground. “It’s a concern to us because that runoff goes into Lake

Wall crawlers

Also known as green walls, living walls or even the evocative “sky farm,” it can be as simple as trellising a vine or as complex as creating a mini-rain forest on the walls of your home. Whatever the name, the added dimension can have a big impact on your garden. You might go vertical because

Haze hearing

A little more than 40 people submitted their comments at the EPA public hearing in Oklahoma City, held April 13 at the Metro Technology Center Springlake campus, although far more people were in attendance. above Susan Schmidt participated in an April13 Sierra Club press conference that protested coal-fired power plant pollution. Those commenting were about

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