Rainwater as a Resource: A Report on Three Sites Demonstrating Sustainable Stormwater Management (Progress Report for Open Charter School Rainstore3 installation by the Tree People)

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Courtesy of Invisible Structures, Inc.

TreePeople’s work is about inspiring people to transform their cities, currently significant sources of damage to human health and the environment, into sustainable urban ecosystems. We do this by creating “functioning community forests”– that is, restoring nature’s cycles in urban areas – through strategically planting trees, mulching greenwaste, capturing and using stormwater right where it falls, and educating communities and engaging them in taking responsibility for the environment.

Although we have been planting and caring for trees since 1973, of all our programs our work on critical water issues has elicited the greatest range of responses: inspiration to do more; confusion about how to achieve this goal; and a mix of support and skepticism that the concepts we advocate will see large-scale adoption.

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