Brett Fashaw, owner of Garrison Creek Landscaping in Kent, unrolls synthetic turf along South Tacoma Way on Jan. 4. The city of Tacoma is using artificial turf in place of grass as part of a trail improvement project there. “There’s no maintenance whatsoever,” Fashaw said of the benefits of fake grass.
Brett Fashaw, owner of Garrison Creek Landscaping in Kent, unrolls synthetic turf along South Tacoma Way on Jan. 4. The city of Tacoma is using artificial turf in place of grass as part of a trail improvement project there. “There’s no maintenance whatsoever,” Fashaw said of the benefits of fake grass. Adam Lynn Staff writer
Brett Fashaw, owner of Garrison Creek Landscaping in Kent, unrolls synthetic turf along South Tacoma Way on Jan. 4. The city of Tacoma is using artificial turf in place of grass as part of a trail improvement project there. “There’s no maintenance whatsoever,” Fashaw said of the benefits of fake grass. Adam Lynn Staff writer

Grass that doesn’t grow is part of South Tacoma Way trail project

January 07, 2017 02:27 PM

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