NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — As part of an ongoing county-wide grant project, the city of Noblesville has won a $25,000 grant to add rain gardens to their downtown area. The rain gardens will function as an aesthetic and natural means of dealing with city runoff.
“The project will beautify downtown and also educate visitors and residents about a rain garden’s environmental benefits,” Christy Myers, Noblesville Economic Development Assistant Director, told the Noblesville Ledger. The grant allows Expo Design to create and install the rain gardens and accompanying sculptures.
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Source : Noblesville Ledger
Circle of Blue’s east coast correspondent based in New York. He specializes on water conflict and the water-food-energy nexus. He previously worked as a political risk analyst covering equatorial Africa’s energy sector, and sustainable development in sub-Saharan Africa. Contact: Cody.Pope@circleofblue.org