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By Judy Koehly
Stormwater runoff is one of the leading sources of pollution in waterways, but rain gardens can be a great way to manage storm water. Rain gardens are shallow depressions planted with perennials and woody plants, which collect water from roofs, driveways, other impervious surfaces as well as turf grass (which, like a driveway, is terrible at absorbing water).
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