Rain Gardens to the Rescue - Using Plants and Natural Systems to Manage Stormwater
Polluted runoff is one of the greatest threats to clean water in the U.S. When it rains, the water runs off roofs and driveways into the street. Runoff picks up fertilizer, oil, pesticides, dirt, bacteria and other pollutants as it makes its way through storm drains to our streams, rivers, lakes and the ocean. Rain gardens provide a cost-effective, attractive and environmentally-sound solution to managing residential and urban storm water runoff. This webinar will host presentations by Thomas Benjamin, Landscape Architect, of Wellnesscapes and Dr. Michael Dietz, Director, Connecticut Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO) Program.
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