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This guide will be useful for finding information about why rain gardens are important and how to reduce water runoff by creating a rain garden.
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What is a Rain Garden?

A rain garden is a planted depression that allows rainwater runoff from impervious urban areas like roofs, driveways, walkways, and compacted lawn areas the opportunity to be absorbed

 

Introduction to Rain Gardens

University of Nebraska Extension Educator Kelly Feehan talks about how a rain garden can help conserve water. Produced by Backyard Farmer, Nebraska's premier gardening program.

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