Corvias Working with Kids to Help the Environment
(exceprt from the Baltimore Sun)
Laurel Elementary School has adopted a Clean Water Partnership pilot program set up to prevent runoff on school grounds and other properties throughout Prince George's County.
On Tuesday, the school's Green Team of fourth- and fifth-graders planted pollution-filtering weeds in one of its two new storm water management gardens.
The storm water management gardening project stems from a 30-year partnership agreement between Prince George's County and Corvias Solutions environmental consultants in March 2015, said Tasha Brokenberry, Clean Water Partnership's community outreach manager. The pilot program is currently underway at 18 Prince George's County public schools and teaches students to practice storm water runoff treatment through best management practices, including bio-retention cells, sand filters and marshes.
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