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  • Natural yards aren't for everyone

    This is my love for nature," said Marty Kraft, who in the 1970s allowed the front and backyards surrounding his Kansas City home at 57th and Charlotte streets to return to a natural state. In natural yards, a profusion of native plants are allowed to grow

Natural yards aren't for everyone

This is my love for nature," said Marty Kraft, who in the 1970s allowed the front and backyards surrounding his Kansas City home at 57th and Charlotte streets to return to a natural state. In natural yards, a profusion of native plants are allowed to grow
Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star