BUTTERFLIES ARE NOT FREE
An Edgewater Park, N.J., woman was put on notice by town officials for trying to attract butterflies and birds to her backyard.
Vicki Wozniak's one-eighth of an acre wildlife habitat is certified with the National Wildlife Federation, and it's totally covered in plantings that attract critters.
But officials say her property "has become a blight to the neighborhood with its overgrown landscaping," and issued her a summons. Wozniak is facing a $1,200 fine if she's found guilty.
The message is clear: Be environmentally friendly, try to save the Earth, but not in your backyard.
I guess for some people "being green" only applies to Kermit.
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