Rain Gardens for the Pacific Northwest: Design and Build Your Own

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Shoreline rain garden
Photo by Courtney Olander
Lake Forest Park Library, Tuesday, May 16, 7-8:30pm. Town Center, lower level, intersection Bothell and Ballinger Way.

When hard rain pounds the Pacific Northwest, water from rooftops, lawns and streets gushes with pollutants and overflows public storm drains.

The environmental impact can be devastating to our watersheds, compromising the health of parks, wetlands, rivers and salmon habitat.

Learn how you can build a rain garden - an easy and striking way to combat storm water runoff.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Lake Forest Park Library.


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