With some smart landscaping and efficient utilization of your existing backyard, you can turn that turf into another kind of green. Check out this family who lives south of LA and see how they produced 6,000 pounds of food. Of course, they don't have Denver's climate, but the point is that through re-imagining your existing property, you can also provide more locally grown spring, summer and fall veggies. Your neighbors will love you for it.
Editor's Note: We came across this article on Denver's Channel 7 News, and want to share it with you. Working together, we can get Denver off this unprestigious list. DENVER - Denver ranks 13th in the country for the most ozone-polluted cities, according to The American Lung Association. This has dramatic effects on our health and all vegetation, too. Boulder has two Ozone Gardens -- one located at the National Center for Atmospheric Research’s (NCAR) Mesa Lab, and another at