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RainWise 101 – Putting in rain gardens, getting rebates

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RainWise 101 – Putting in rain gardens, getting rebates

Time: November 15, 2017 from 6pm to 7:30pm
Location: NE Seattle Public Library branch
Street: 6801 35th Ave NE
City/Town: Seattle, Wa 98115
Event Type: presentation, discussion
Organized By: Joann Kerr
Latest Activity: Nov 6, 2017

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Event Description

During heavy rains, our storm water system overflows, and combined sewer overflows pollute our precious Puget Sound.

Fortunately, there’s something NE Seattle homeowners can do to help out: Get RainWise! In the North Union Bay and Windermere Basins (check here for your address eligibility)  property owners can get beautiful and functional landscaping, and store rain water for watering gardens, with up to 100% of the cost paid by the City of Seattle. Really!

Sustainable NE Seattle is excited to be partnering with Sustainable Ballard, Seattle Public Utilities and King County to get the word out about RainWise rebates. This program is a win-win-win for homeowners: Our storm water is safely managed on site, we get enhancements to our yards and property, and the average RainWise rebate is $4,400. 

At this workshop you will learn about; the rebate program for anyone having a rain garden professionally installed within the basin boundaries, RainWise garden options, and meet a few contractors. REGISTER HERE

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