I recently posted a piece on new ways to rake leaves. Here’s an article on reasons to NOT pick up leaves. This from the National Wildlife Federation. They tempt us with this thought; “Savvy gardeners know that keeping fallen leaves on their property benefits wildlife and the environment.” Here’s the link; http://www.nwf.org/News-and-Magazines/National-Wildlife/Gardening/Archives/2015/Leave-the-Leaves.aspx?s_email_id=20151003_MEM_ENG_Habitat_News_October_Edition|STBot
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