If you choose to maintain a lawn, you can either collect your grass clippings and put them in your compost cart, or you can grasscycle by leaving your clippings on the lawn. The small grass blades quickly and naturally break down, and serve as a natural fertilizer. It’s free, it’s easy, and produces no waste at all.
You will be grasscycling like a pro in no time with these key pointers:
Howcast provides a great, quick video tutorial about grasscycling:
A solid case is made for grasscycling in Mow and Go! Tips for Grasscycling, a video produced by Montgomery County, Maryland’s Division of Solid Waste Services: