Green infrastructure that is. Rain gardens and urban prairies don’t just help with stormwater run off and flood prevention. They can take you through the seasons. Springtime blooming in the Midwest starts with the yellow sprays of the forsythia bush. Summer comes around to yellow again in a big way as it draws to a close with goldenrod, attracting busy bees, butterflies, and more.
Posted August 28th, 2015 in News
- Rainscaping education helps communities prevent polluted runoff
- IISG’s aquatic invasive species team is looking for a new leader
- IISG researchers identify microbes throughout the Great Lakes
- IISG serves up Asian carp at 44th Annual NOAA Fish Fry
- New “Stormwater@Home” video series provides timely tips to prevent flooding