Do you use chemical fertilizers and/or "weed and feed" products to maintain your lawn? If yes, we want you for a new FREE lawn care program!
You will save time and money and love the results!
What do you get?
If accepted into the program, you will get the following items for FREE to help you care for your lawn using natural yard care to build healthy soil and grass:
You tell us your opinions!
Requirements to apply for this limited new pilot program:
Additionally, participants accepted into the program must:
Priority for selection will be given to those who:
A limited number of participants will be selected through March 17, 2014. Apply early, and recruit your neighbors for a better chance of being selected!
What happens after you apply?
After 2-3 qualifying applications from a neighborhood are received, homeowners will begin to be accepted into the program. While your application is pending, you can recruit people from your neighborhood to increase the odds of being chosen!
Once you are accepted, staff will contact you about coming onto your property to take the soil sample for the soil test. The soil sample will be sent to a laboratory for analysis at no charge to you. It takes about two weeks to get the results back.
The soil test will determine major nutrients, some minor nutrients, organic matter, pH and other soil properties.
Any time after the soil test is sent, an appointment can be made with a “lawn coach”. Appointments for lawn coach visits will be available from March through April. You will receive instructions for how to sign up for an appointment.
Please do not put any products on your lawn while awaiting acceptance into the program. This could skew the soil test results and disqualify you from the program.
|Sign Up||Get Accepted||Soil Test||Lawn Coach Visit||Spring
|Now!||When 2-3 neighbors
apply and qualify.
|Schedule at least two
weeks after soil test is
sent to lab. One hour
|Various dates: April and
May (attend one) on lawn
aeration, fertilizing, liming,
Need more information?
Contact Ann Marie Pearce at email@example.com or 360-754-3355 ext. 6857.
This program is supported in part by a Washington State Department of Ecology grant.
Staff contact: Ann Marie Pearce (360) 754-3355 ext. 6857. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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