Fest of Birds kicks off with city rain garden planting
Once upon a time, stormwater runoff really wasn't a problem in northwestern Minnesota.
In sparsely populated areas, precipitation was naturally absorbed into the loose, un-compacted soil, which contained microbes and plant systems that filtered out pollutants before the water moved down into the water table below.
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