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CA: San Francisco: Low Impact Design Toolkit for Stormwater

L O W I M PA C T D E S I G N T O O L K I T i Low Impact Design Toolkit W h a t w i l l y o u d o w i t h S a n F r a n c i s c o ’ s S t o r m w a t e r ?

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NE: Lincoln: Rainwater Plant List

Copy of Greenhouse plant descriptions RainGardenPlant Available Type Scientific Name Common Name Ht W Pot Size 1 Price 1 Pot Size 2 Price 2 Description Native Yes Yes grasses Calamagrostis brachytricha Korean feather reedgrass 3. 5 2. 5 4" $4. 50 Native to woodland edge in Asia. Glossy foliage with feathery pink flowerheads in... More

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IL: Healthy Beaches Action Guide -

Healthy Beaches Action Guide: How You Can Help Your Great Lakes Shoreline by Lyman C. Welch and Julie L. Kinzelman

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NY: New Rochelle: Ward Elementary School: Let’s Build a Rain Garden

Let’s Build a Rain Garden – Deborah Newborn, Sustainability Coordinator New Rochelle’s Demonstration Rain Garden  During bad rainstorms, flooding occurs and storm water rushes into our streams and into the Long  Island Sound carrying with it pollutants which degrade our water quality.... More

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MN: Impact of Alternative Storm Water Management Approaches

2005-49A Final Report Impact of Alternative Storm Water Management Approaches on Highway Infrastructure: Guide for Selection of Best Management Practices – Volume 1

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Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge Educator's Guide

An Educator’s Guide to Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge

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NH: Rain Gardens Protect Our Lakes

38 THE WEIRS TIMES, Thursday, September 24, 2009 “What is the biggest threat to New Hampshire’s lakes, and what can I do about it?” As an aquatic biologist, I am often asked this question, almost as frequently as the questions, “What is the difference between a ‘lake’ and a ‘pond’?” and, “What can I do about the... More

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MD: Using Native Plants for Butterfly Gardens

Native Plant Attractions Key B= Beneficial insects H= Hummingbirds M= Mammals P= Pollinators S= Songbirds W= Waterfowl Water Tolerance Key SI= Season Inundation II= Irregular Inundation U= Upland RI– Regular Inundation PI= Permanent Inundation Species Name Common Name Shade Tolerance Height Water Tolerance Attracts Host Source... More

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Conservation Habits equals Healthy Habitats Information

2010 NACD/Auxiliary Poster Contest Promo Powerpoint stewardship@nacdnet. org www. nacdnet. org 1 Conservation Habits = Healthy Habitats Conservation Poster Contest 2010 If you need additional information contact: Susan Schultz NACD Stewardship & Education stewardship@nacdnet. org 317-326-2952 www. nacdnet. org

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NH: Gardening wiht the Rain

GO GREEN! Gardening with Rainwater ( digg erea the; den ( num Han usin, in tl the BY DEBBIE KANE ILLUSTRATION BY LENITA BOFINGER DAVID CEDARIIOLi\I, D RIIAj\) S TOWN ENGINEER, is passionate about rain gardens. On a stormy day-"the best time to see how a rain garden works," he saysCedarholm enthusiastically entices a visitor into the... More

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