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Information: A rain garden, a term familiar to the general public, is a bioretention practice.

Bioretention practice is a terrestrial-based (up-land as opposed to wetland) water quality and water quantity control process. Bioretention employs a simplistic, site-integrated design that provides opportunity for runoff infiltration, filtration, storage, and water uptake by vegetation. Bioretention is an important green stormwater infrastructure practice.

Links to bioretention specific pages are provided below under the heading Pages in category Bioretention.

The following pages contain information on bioretention, though they may not be specific to bioretention.

This page was last edited on 28 December 2021, at 22:52.


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