by ioby
May 14, 2014

Today, ioby is proud to release our Guide to Green Infrastructure, 5 Projects that any Community Can Do to Reduce Storm Water Runoff in 5 Easy Steps. You can can download this free guide by clicking here.

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This guide is released as a resource for ioby leaders applying to qualify for the green infrastructure matching funds, also announced today here.

The Guide to Green Infrastructure was written collaboratively by ioby leaders and experts in the field. We are grateful to Robyn Mace, Devona Sharpe, Irene Nielson, Eric Rosewell and Philip Silva for sharing their expertise with all of us.

This resource includes an easy how-to guide on creating a rain garden, a bioswale, installing a rain barrel, depaving and caring for street trees.

We hope you enjoy it! Please share it widely, and if you want to send us feedback, please do so at feedback@ioby.org.

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