According to Folio Weekly, the Haskell Corporation - a Fortune 500 company based in Jacksonville with a large building on the Northbank of the St. Johns River - recently ripped out turf grass along the edge of the river and replaced it with drought-tolerant, native landscaping. They also installed signs explaining "river-friendly" yard practices to educate foot traffic passing by.
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