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Natural Swimming Pools: More Beauty, No Chemicals

Keep your skin and the environment healthy with a pool that cleans itself, naturally Full Story
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Don Johnston
Why do you say that ? are there not snakes just about any where ?
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No thank you.
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Lawn Gives Way to a More Natural Lakeside Garden

Meadow grasses, beach pebbles and driftwood replace turfgrass in a nature-friendly landscape on Lake Washington’s shore Full Story
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libralady
If you live in the midwest and are interested in doing something similar, check our Carroll Henderson's book Lakescaping for Wildlife and Water Quality. It is done on a much less grand scale. Who needs 100 or 150 feet of shoreline to enjoy your lake? Restore most of it to what it was originally. Save on bulkheads or rip rap and improve the quality of your lake. And in the midwest it keeps those messy geese off your lawn.
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libralady
wanted to add that lakescaping is not removing all of your lawn. It is only reclaiming a portion by the lake and into the lake. But still leaving an area of open shoreline so that the lake can be accessed.
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