Public and private rain gardens going in from Maryland to Indiana to Oklahoma

stevenashattuck | October 12, 2010 | The Irvington Green Initiative (an Irvington Development Organization initiative) in partnership with the Irvington Garden Club and Irvington Community School and in cooperation with Indy Parks is launching the Teaching Rain Garden project through the generous assistance of a GINI Image Grant and LISC Technical Assistance dollars.

The goal of Teaching Rain Garden project is to provide opportunities for the students of Irvington Community School and their families and users of the Pennsy Trail, through curriculum, observation and hands-on construction and maintenance, to experience natural storm water mitigation through the proper assemblage of native flora and the fauna it attracts.

zoralathan | October 19, 2010 | In the spring of 2010, the Leggetts, neighbors and friends installed a rain garden at the home of Vince and Dena Leggett in the community of Arundel On The Bay in Anne Arundel County.
TheNewsOn6 | October 20, 2010 | Volunteers Building Rain Garden In Broken Arrow
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