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Green infrastructure to reduce pollution in Minnesota, Inner Grove Heights  | Keep Prince William Beautiful

he entrance to the Argenta Hills commercial development in Inver Grove Heights, Minn., features a landscaped median that doubles as a stormwater collection area.

Omaha By Design » green infrastructure project to be honored with green leaf

green infrastructure project to be honored with green leaf

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The Ballard Roadside Rain Gardens are one of many green infrastructure projects in the Seattle area designed to absorb rainwater and reduce runoff.

PHOTOS: Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park and Urban Beach O...

PHOTOS: Hunter's Point South Waterfront Park and Urban Beach Opens Today in Long Island City

Hunter's Point South Park, a new waterfront destination in Long Island City, Queens opened today.

Portland uses green streets, ecoroofs, trees, and other green infrastructure to manage stormwater, protect water quality and improve watershed health.  Urban streams, forests, and wetlands manage stormwater naturally and are part of Portland’s green infrastructure.

Portland uses green streets, ecoroofs, trees, and other green infrastructure to manage stormwater, protect water quality and improve watershed health.

Paisaje y Arquitectura: Martin Luther King, un parque ecológico integral y conector de barrios

Galería de Paisaje y Arquitectura: Martin Luther King, un parque ecológico integral y conector de barrios - 24

Martin Luther King Park by Atelier Jacqueline Osty & associes « Landscape Architecture Works

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A recently installed project in London called the "Grey to Green" project. The plantings were not yet mature, but the focus on color and beauty was already apparent.

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The Whitney Water Treatment Facility Greenroof

Beautiful, healthy ideas to deal with needed filtering of storm water runoff, a major source of river pollution - http://www.pinterest.com/pin/271834527483904223/

Waterwise street makeover -- Curbside bioswales (rain garden ditches) capture rainwater and let it absorb slowly into the ground, and can still be lovely even when dry

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