Volunteers Roll up their Sleeves and Get Dirty for Etna Borough's New Rain Garden
"It's very important to us to try to . . . do our part. Green infrastructure is one of many ways to address source (water) control and this is just an absolutely fabulous addition to our community...It's just a win-win for everybody and we're very happy to be here and very happy to be part of this program," -- Mary Ellen Ramage, Etna Borough Manager and project leader for the 2013-2014 WREN-funded project. The WREN grant also helped fund the design and development of a rain garden interpretive sign, a rain garden training workshop for landscapers and residents, a You Tube video (18:06 min) of the rain garden installation, and enhancements to the Three Rivers Rain Garden Alliance website. Read more in August Water Policy News or click Etna Borough's Project page.