We poison our land and then call it home

A yellow pesticide flag sits on the edge of culvert which drains directly into Fountain Creek, Colorado.
Photo courtesy bradleyflora.com

Amongst the green buds and new growth along ******* Creek sits an apartment complex whose management likes to dabble in temporary art installations. Little yellow flags sit along the edge of the grass, a patina of scent, chlorine with a hint of yeasty pepper, spice in the air. Is this art or landscaping? The tile only…

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