Jun 09, 2011 04:22PM
● By Anonymous
RainScaping=Beautiful Solutions to Water Pollution!
Thank you, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Constellation Energy, and Unity Gardens for your support of the RainScaping Campaign!
You're invited to a Stormwater Education Seminar, Saturday, June 11, 1 - 5 p.m.
Unity Gardens and the RainScaping Campaign are offering a Stormwater Education Seminar for anyone interested in the health of the Chesapeake Bay and our local rivers and streams. The seminar will be held at the Chesapeake Ecology Center, 245 Clay Street, Annapolis, MD 21401.
Highbush Blueberry Rain Garden
Three RainScaping Campaign Partners worked together this spring to install an outstanding rain garden! With funding from Unity Gardens, several Master Gardener volunteers gave the Chesapeake Ecology Center (CEC) tremendous assistance by helping with site preparation and the planting of a Highbush Blueberry Rain Garden. The newest of a dozen rain gardens is located along the sidewalk at the entrance to Adams Academy Middle School, home of the CEC, where 30 Native Plant Demonstration Gardens and Sites are located. The rain garden is incorporated within the BayScape Garden which contains native trees, shrubs, flowering perennials and grasses.
View "Installing Rain Gardens to Reduce Runoff" and "It's Raining Rain Barrels!...
Check out the new Video Gallery page at RainScaping.org and the 6 minute video “Installing Rain Gardens to Reduce Runoff,” and the 2 minute video "It's Raining Rain Barrels!...How to Install a Rain Barrel."
Do unto those downstream as you would have those upstream do unto you.
Visit RainScaping.org often. We are continually updating and adding new content to assist you with your rainscaping projects. Let us know if you “Like” us at—www.facebook.com/rainscaping—where you'll find out about upcoming events, what’s in bloom when, and more.