VA DCR Compliance Spreadsheet for New Development is complete, “Maintenance Matters!” publication and a video on rain gardens from South River Federation.
Rain gardens are a fun and inexpensive way to improve water quality and enhance the beauty of a landscape. This video shows how to add native plants to your rain garden.
New University of Florida study discusses the sediment and corresponding nutrient content associated with street sweeping, catch basin clean-out and routine BMP maintenance.
Local stormwater managers will need to play a greater role in enhancing public involvement, expanding stormwater education and delivering residential stewardship practices.
Stormwater runoff is a principal cause of urban waterway pollution nationwide, fouling rivers, lakes, beaches, and drinking water supplies. Read the case study by…
A rain garden decision tree tool to help individuals decide which type of rain garden should be installed at a specific site.
FREE 1-day workshop about Training for Local Governments to Cost Effectively Implement Retrofits to Meet MS-4 Permit and Bay TMDL Requirements.
Landscape architect and CSN board member Anne Guillette has often pondered the question of “Are there specific plants that are better at removing pollutants than others?”
The conference will address the importance of soil health and will offer three concurrent tracks on the impact on stormwater, surface water and groundwater and the landscape.
The Blue Flag Iris performed the best of all of the plant species at removing selected pesticides in addition to being a very aesthetically pleasing plant.