We want everyone to enjoy the rivers in their communities this year, but that can only happen when we are all River Responsible!
Communities can better manage stormwater by adopting green infrastructure, such as rain gardens, bioswales, and permeable pavement.
The crunch of salt beneath our feet in the winter is not without a cost. Instead of wasting salt, we can adopt a snow removal practice called anti-icing to reduce costs and minimize impact on the environment.
The salt on sidewalks, parking lots, and roads can help keep us safe from icy patches in the winter time, but salt isn’t good for
Road salt is an important tool for maintaining safe roads, but it has negative consequences for the environment, plants, and infrastructure.
Avoid big bills, nasty backups, and environmental harm by keeping your septic system in good shape! You can dodge most septic system issues with simple, everyday practices and periodic maintenance.
You have a few options when it comes to preparing your native plant garden for winter – either clean it up like a traditional garden or leave it be.