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Americans have a $40 billion a year romance with their lawns, and for the most part, their obsessive devotion seems unrequited. Despite 300 million gallons of gas, 70 million pounds of pesticides, and a full billion hours of labor, our greenery just sits there drably, soaking up the sun. Pam Penick's Lawns Gone! aims at rectifying this costly, water-hogging, time-destroying situation by providing a range of eco-friendly strategies for gardeners and homeowners, including step-by-step illustrated instructions for a variety of solutions. Veteran gardener and award-winning gardening blogger Penick even provides tips on dealing with your Home Owners Association and lawn-loving neighbors.