Managing Stormwater: A Case Study in DIY Rain Garden Design

September 12, 2012 at 10:37 AM Leave a comment

Managing Stormwater: A CNT Case Study in DIY Rain Garden Design
When:  Tuesday 9/18, 6 – 8 pm
Where: Center for Green Technology, 445 N Sacramento, Chicago
What: Learn how you can turn stormwater runoff into a resource by installing an urban rain garden. We will walk you through the design and construction of CNT’s Rain Garden Educational Facility so that you can create your own do-it-yourself rain garden. Already have a rain garden? We’ll also share tips about maintaining and preparing your garden for the fall and winter months. Speakers: Caroline Pakenham and Nicole DelSasso, Center for Neighborhood Technology – Energy
Register: http://www.chicagogreentech.org/green-tech-u-classes/schedule-and-registration
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Entry filed under: Green Information, Nature Notes.

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