Getting Ready for Water……. The Raingarden Conveyance Channel is being lined with river rocks. The water from the roof will be piped to this lined channel, then will travel to the raingarden basin. The conveyance channel is steeply pitched away from the building to encourage the water to travel away from the building. The ChannelContinue reading “CNT-West Garden…. ready for plants”
Getting the water from the downspout to the raingarden will require a lined runnel. Seems like an old piece of steel culvert sliced lengthwise will do the trick here.
I have a project underway. I was able to admire my green infrastructure during last night’s rain. What a thing of beauty – the water travels out the downspout and to the raingarden area. In spite of the shady location and very gluey black clay, the water infiltrates quite quickly – thank you honeylocust tree!Continue reading “Green Infrastructure! ….in progress”
Sometimes the quickest way to communicate an idea is through a simple sketch.
There is potential in this space! Let’s call it the Richmond Residence’s front yard. This house really welcomes the street. The street has a great streetlife. Lots of kids play up and down the block. I’ll keep you posted as the project progresses. Here we are so far…
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