Most of us in the U.S have lawns either in the front or back ( or both) of our homes. This may not seem unhealthy for the land covered by such crop, but non-natives such as widely used lawn grasses are, and have been depleting the surrounding soil that they grow upon (especially in drought ridden states such as California). Keeping lawns alive can use up to about 50-70% of a residences water! Not to mention pollute the air with gasoline powered lawnmowers. Grass is also the largest irrigated "crop" in America, even more then fruit orchards, wheat, and corn combined! I hope to transform a dead and depleted piece of land into a fertile haven of native flowers, that will help Bees have a healthy place to pollinate and thrive.