Rainscaping: Landscaping with water conservation in mind

09/22/2008 | Washington Post, The

Rain gardens turn to nature for irrigation by landscaping to keep rain onsite. They put natural contours back into the landscape and reduce runoff and pollution. Some cities, including Kansas City, Mo., are using them as part of municipal planning. Rainscaping goes a step further and makes use of barrels to collect rain, green roofs and rain gardens.

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