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Rain Gardens B 1380

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Authors

Sheryl Wells, Public Service Representative
Frank P. Henning, EPA Region IV Liaison

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Published on Feb 14, 2011.

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Summary

A rain garden is a best management practice that is designed to be aesthetically pleasing and naturally integrated into the landscape. Surface runoff from a roof or other collection surfaces is channeled via rain gutters, pipes, swales or curb openings to the rain garden.

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