Are you wondering about rain gardens?
Welcome to Washington State University Extension’s rain garden website. This site provides everything you need to know about rain gardens; from the basics of how they work to building your own — AND where to get more help if you need it.
Online training opportunity!
Learn about designing and maintaining Low Impact Development (LID) systems with this new online, self-paced course from the Washington Stormwater Center. Certificate available.
Free Rain Garden Poster!
We are pleased to offer this beautiful 2-sided poster for you to download. Total size is 25″ x 19″. The front is full-color and the back is black and white. For a high resolution file (92.5MB-very large) suitable for printing please contact us via email. Click here for a low resolution downloadable copy of the poster suitable for creating flyers.
Copyright Good Nature Publishing 2016 artwork by John C. Pitcher
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Watch Building a Rain Garden in the City and learn why, where and how to build a rain garden. Less than 5 minutes.
Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference. The 2020 Conference was held online due to COVID-19. Many of the presentations are posted.
The 2020 Green Infrastructure Conference was held virtually. Presentations are posted online.
Learn more about water at WSU Extension’s website: Washington’s Water.
Do you live on the shoreline in Washington? Become a Shore Steward.
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