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Rain Garden Virtual Tour

 

 

 

Thinking of making your yard more watershed-friendly?

See what you can do at home to improve the quality of our local waterways — all the way to the Chesapeake Bay.  Take a self-guided tour of RainScapes projects in our area. RainScapes are areas of your yard that capture and filter rainwater, which helps keep pollutants out of streams and creeks.  Montgomery County has RainScapes Rewards program to help you plan your own RainScapes project and defray the costs.  Join us on a virtual tour to learn all about RainScapes and what you can do to help keep your watershed clean. 

We thank the homeowners who have welcomed us to their properties, as well as you, for taking time to learn more about these simple, effective and beautiful solutions. Together, we can make a difference in the quality of life in Montgomery County, now and for generations to come.

​Questions? Contact us at info@cabinjohncreek.org

Rain Garden Tour 2017

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Rain Garden Tour 2018

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Rain Garden Tour 2019

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Funding for this Watershed Restoration and Outreach grant project was provided by the Montgomery County, MD, Water Quality Protection Charge and managed by the Chesapeake Bay Trust.

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