What effect will climate change have on your yard and garden?
🔊 In this episode, Don and John discuss the ways drought, warmer soil and invasive species could have an impact on your yard and garden.
Climate change isn't just something that's happening on a global scale. In fact, you're likely to see effects literally in your own backyard.
In this episode, Don and John discuss the ways drought, warmer soil and invasive species could have an impact on your yard and garden.
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