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Take Action: Volunteer Rain Garden Planting



December 28, 2009

In Annapolis, Md. Volunteers and members of St. Martin’s Lutheran Church worked to plant their first rain garden of the year. They obtained a grant from the Spa Conservancy that will allow them to plan several more around their property and help control the stormwater runoff coming from the buildings.

Produced by Matt Rath

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