Why the house turf movement is back, and why it will affect your life
The house turf change, dubbed the ‘HouseMove’, is back.
The idea is to move the turf in your house away from your childrens bedrooms, in order to improve the overall health of the land.
However, as many of you might know, the move will also have some health implications.
In some cases, the change may affect the way that water is filtered.
It could also impact the quality of your water supply.
A HouseMove would be an attempt to bring the grass back to the land where it used to grow.
In the US, the grass has been used for many years to make a variety of plants, including shrubs, perennials and herbs.
But in recent years, the use of the grass for these uses has declined.
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, the average amount of grass on land in the United States is now about 6.5 percent, down from over 10 percent in 2001.
But the amount of native grass that is available to grow on our lawns has declined as well.
The problem, says Tom Lutz, the executive director of the American Grasslands Network, is that in many cases the turf is planted on top of a road or other private property.
This has led to erosion, water contamination and pollution, including the release of harmful chemicals and other pollutants.
So, Lutz says, it is important to have a “balanced” mix of native and synthetic turf.
And, while it might not sound like a big deal to you, Litz says that this is a “big issue” for millions of Americans.
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