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We know what works and why.






Let us help you create a greener, cleaner future. 

Rain gardens are shallow, constructed depressions that are planted with deep-rooted native plants and grasses. They are strategically located to capture runoff from hard surfaces such as a compacted lawns, driveway, parking area, sidewalk or streets. 

 By capturing rainwater in a rain garden, holding it, and then slowly releasing it into the soil, the rush of runoff from a large storm can be slowed and cleaned – quickly, neatly and naturally. 

BENEFITS: Filter pollutants from runoff,  Slow runoff,   Reduce erosion,    Recharge groundwater,  Conserve water,  Remove standing water on your property,  Increase biodiversity,  Reduce potential of  flooding,  Create habitat for birds & butterflies,  Survive drought seasons,  Reduce garden maintenance, and Enhance property value. 

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