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Seattleites Make Rain Gardens to Curb Stormwater Pollution

  • Aired: 03/14/2013
  • 06:50
  • Rating: E
In an effort to curb pollution from stormwater runoff, Seattle residents have begun a campaign to build 12,000 rain gardens around the Puget Sound. Katie Campbell of KCTS 9 reports.
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