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From the Field: Capturing stormwater naturally in Lancaster, Pennsylvania

July 07, 2012

Fritz Schroeder, Director of LIVE Green Lancaster (a program of the Lancaster County Conservancy), explains how the city is using green infrastructure to capture stormwater runoff before it makes its way to the Chesapeake Bay.
Close Captions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIMb7ldNWx4

Produced by Steve Droter
Music/Audio: "Joke" by Jahzzar

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J.Summers says:
July 12, 2012

You folks do a pretty amazing job with these videos. Nicely shot and edited but more importantly you tell an important story that needs to get out there.

Everyone try and push these pieces/links to the less informed to get the word out!

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