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Watershed Education
Description
A rain garden is a low area that absorbs and filters rain water runoff that comes from roofs, sidewalks, and driveways. Rain runs off the hard surfaces, collects in the shallow depression, and slowly soaks into the soil. They are usually planted with colorful native plants and grasses. Every little bit helps to conserve water. Currently we are tracking rain garden bioswale, cistern, and green roofs.
Category
Environment
Tags
garden bioswale, cistern, and green roofs, small scale green infrastructures
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Watershed Protection Education
Source Link
http://www.austintexas.gov/department/watershed-protection
License
Public Domain
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Type of Green Infrastructure
type_of_green_infrastructure
Zip
zip
location
location
Zip Codes
:@computed_region_a3it_2a2z
Single Member Council Districts
:@computed_region_8spj_utxs

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