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Stormwater Management Best Practices with GrowNYC

Stormwater Management Best Practices with GrowNYC

Bronx Green-Up collaborates with GrowNYC for this two-hour workshop covering stormwater management best practices for community gardeners and homeowners. Learn how to conserve water and help prevent pollution from stormwater by discussing topics such as rainwater harvesting, swales, rain gardens, enhanced tree pits, permeable paving, and more. Information about sources for start-up materials and how-to tips will be discussed.

Wednesday, February 6 6–8 p.m.• The New York Botanical Garden, Watson Education Building

Bronx Green-Up, the community outreach program of The New York Botanical Garden provides horticultural advice, technical assistance, and training to community gardeners, school groups, and other organizations interested in improving urban neighborhoods through greening projects. For more information, please visit www.nybg.org/green_up.

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  • William L.

    Good primer on current practices in NYC.

    February 7, 2013

  • Hau-yu C.

    good detail information about the topic. I can use the information for designing my school garden. Thanks.

    February 7, 2013

  • Hau-yu C.

    May I bring my students? 6 of my students just participated in the Future City Competition on Jan. 19 and they had done research about rainwater runoff.

    January 31, 2013

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