Agricultural Science | Horticulture | Other Plant Sciences
Rain gardens can be used to help communities adapt to climate change. A warmer New England means more precipitation, which means more polluted runoff water--unless a rain garden, planted in a depression, can sequester the excess water and use it to grow attractive plants.
Dietz, Michael, "A Rain Garden Grows in Bridgeport" (2011). Wrack Lines. 60.