Tag Archives: conservation

Sacramento State is using low-impact development (LID) devices to manage stormwater and look good doing it. A beautiful, maturing rain garden and porous pavement around campus is going to collect and filter 3.6 million gallons of stormwater annually. Most importantly, the LID project will protect the American River. Previously, stormwater runoff and all of the […]

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Torrent is no stranger to the fact that California’s ongoing drought has been a hot news topic for years. It’s going to take more than a few green alley projects to change the tune from “drought” to “increased water supply”. The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and TreePeople issued, “Rain to the rescue: Stormwater’s Power […]

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Since last week was Earth Day, let’s take some time to focus on the positive in stormwater news. An article on WaterWorld.com details the EPA’s announcement of $3.3 Million in funding being awarded to the research of water reuse. “The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced funding to five institutions to research human and […]

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