Raingardens, also known as biodetention ponds, can efficiently absorb stormwater excesses as they nurture native plants. This garden sits near Ludlow Avenue at Cincinnati State's main entrance.
Levon Siler checks a rain barrel he installed to gather storm runoff at the 1880s carriage house behind Clifton-Fairvew German Language School.
This bioretention pond provides a place for excess water to pool as it absorbs into the roots of native species on Cincinnati State's campus.
Cincinnati State and Technical College got rid of 100 parking spots in order to build a living laboratory. See why the college made the bold move in a time when parking is at an all-time demand.
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