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The Landscape Architecture Foundation publishes comprehensive study of Cornell Plantations’ bioswale garden

Waterfront South Rain Garden | Camden, New Jersey | http://www.camdensmart.com/projects.html

Waterfront South Rain Garden | Camden, New Jersey | http://www.camdensmart.com/projects.html

Beautiful stormwater management in the parking lot at Olympic College, Bremerton, WA by SvR Design. Click for link to full profile and visit the slowottawa.ca boards >> http://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa/

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Beautiful stormwater management in the parking lot at Olympic College, Bremerton, WA by SvR Design.

Gautier+Conquet Architectes · Avenues Mermoz et Pinel

Bioswales in the Mermoz sector of Lyon, France by Gautier+Conquer Architectes…

Stormwater Drain

Stormwater Drain _Drain Grate Detail at Walk of the Heroines, Portland State University, Portland, OR. Great reminder to never miss an opportunity for better design in public spaces

21st Street, by SvR Design Company / Looking down the center of the reconfigured street during a storm, water winds between rail baffles designed to evoke the region’s railroad history, slow the water flowing through the system, and allow for deposition and removal of sediment. Image credit: Cannon

Using baffles to slow the water streaming down the central water garden/ditch. Street, by SvR Design Company

This is the rain garden at the Oregon Convention Center, Portland, Oregon

This is the rain garden at the Oregon Convention Center, Portland, Oregon

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New Bioretention Swale Diverts Rain, Preserves Wetlands around UMass Amherst Campus

Natural style rain garden, adjacent to townhouses on intercampus transitway

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#ClippedOnIssuu from Low Impact Development: Opportunities for the PlanET Region

Low Impact Development: Opportunities for the PlanET Region

This feature would be ideal for showcasing the water display and educating visitors based on viewing only. When the rain doesn't fill up the area, it is still visually appealing because of the vegetation.

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