* 1. In what neighborhood do you currently reside? (please add city and state)

* 2. What type of housing do you live in?

* 3. Are there regulations on the type of landscaping you can have in your front and backyards?

* 4. What estimated percent area of your front yard is dedicated to turf grass (Kentucky bluegrass)? (your best guess)

* 5. What estimated percent area of your backyard is dedicated to turf grass (Kentucky bluegrass)? (your best guess)

* 6. On average, how many days per week do you water your lawn during the summer?

* 7. Please select one answer each:

  Highly unlikely Unlikely Neutral Likely Highly likely N/A
How likely are you to replace half of the turf grass in your front yard with alternative landscaping (xeriscape, native plants or other plants)?
How likely are you to replace half of the turf grass in your backyard with alternative landscaping (xeriscape, native plants or other plants)?
How likely are you to replace all of the turf grass in your front yard with alternative landscaping (xeriscape, native plants or other plants)?
How likely are you to replace all of the turf grass in your backyard with alternative landscaping (xeriscape, native plants or other plants)?

* 8. Please indicate your level of agreement or disagreement with the following statements:

  Strongly disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree N/A
Kentucky bluegrass turf lawns add aesthetic value to a homeowner’s property.
Kentucky bluegrass turf lawns require a lot of extra watering and chemical inputs to thrive in my state.
Xeriscape plants and water-saving landscaping are good alternatives to turf lawns.
Native plants can be weeds and/or attract unwanted pests.

* 9. Please provide any additional thoughts or comments about turf, xeriscape or native plants in the space below:

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