Rain gardens help Habitat for Humanity go green

Habitat for Humanity recently installed a rain garden at an affordable townhouse development in Washington, D.C. The garden consists of plants that demand large amounts of water. Each garden installed by Habitat prevents 600 gallons of runoff for every inch of rainfall from flowing directly into a storm sewer system.

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