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Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay
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Protecting & restoring the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers through collaboration.
Protecting & restoring the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers through collaboration.

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Have you heard of a “pervious paver”? They are playing an important role in runoff. Learn more here: http://buff.ly/1lTTytT
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Storm drains help to rapidly prevent flooding by keeping storm water off the streets.

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Need to know how much #runoff your home produces? Use this handy calculator here: http://buff.ly/1OU8bIz
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Only rain down the storm drain. What does that mean? More here: http://buff.ly/1Z9FdLq
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Plant Bee Balm instead of Purple Loosestrife and keep it #ChesBayNative. http://buff.ly/1lCbtEG
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By replacing existing impervious surfaces and incorporating pervious pavers into new construction, communities can reduce the footprint they leave on the Chesapeake Bay watershed.

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Butterfly-Weed is native to the Chesapeake Bay and has bright orange flowers and a long bloom time making it an attractive plant to have around the garden. Not to mention, their nectar attracts butterflies!

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Storm drains are a direct connection between neighborhoods and bodies of water hundreds of miles away.

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It’s easy to gradually shift to using native species in your yard. You can start by using natives, like fragrant sumac, to replace dead or dying non-native plants, and remove existing invasive species. #giveplantsachance #runoffbusters http://buff.ly/212aIpg
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Local bodies of water. That’s where untreated storm water empties to. This is a problem.

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