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*[https://www.epa.gov/green-infrastructure/tools-strategies-and-lessons-learned-epa-green-infrastructure-technical Tools, Strategies and Lessons Learned from EPA Green Infrastructure Technical Assistance Projects]. Since 2012 EPA has supported technical assistance projects in communities across the country. This report summarizes successes and lessons learned from this effort.
 
*[https://www.epa.gov/green-infrastructure/tools-strategies-and-lessons-learned-epa-green-infrastructure-technical Tools, Strategies and Lessons Learned from EPA Green Infrastructure Technical Assistance Projects]. Since 2012 EPA has supported technical assistance projects in communities across the country. This report summarizes successes and lessons learned from this effort.
  
==Organizations involved in Green Infrastructure==
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==Green infrastructure organizations and programs==
 
*[https://masterwaterstewards.org/by-the-numbers/ Master Water Stewards]  Developed by the Freshwater Society, the master water stewards program is a volunteer education and outreach program.  Stewards participate in a training curriculum and install green infrastructure practices.   
 
*[https://masterwaterstewards.org/by-the-numbers/ Master Water Stewards]  Developed by the Freshwater Society, the master water stewards program is a volunteer education and outreach program.  Stewards participate in a training curriculum and install green infrastructure practices.   
 
*[https://metroblooms.org/ Metro Blooms] is a nonprofit organization that partners with property owners and many organizations to promote environmentally sound gardening and landscaping, including green infrastructure practices.
 
*[https://metroblooms.org/ Metro Blooms] is a nonprofit organization that partners with property owners and many organizations to promote environmentally sound gardening and landscaping, including green infrastructure practices.
 
*[http://www.blue-thumb.org/ Blue Thumb] is a public/private partnership that promotes ecologically functional landscapes – like native plants, raingardens, and shoreline stabilization projects – to reduce runoff and improve water quality.
 
*[http://www.blue-thumb.org/ Blue Thumb] is a public/private partnership that promotes ecologically functional landscapes – like native plants, raingardens, and shoreline stabilization projects – to reduce runoff and improve water quality.
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*[https://greenstep.pca.state.mn.us/ Minnesota GreenStep Cities] is a voluntary challenge, assistance and recognition program to help cities achieve their sustainability and quality-of-life goals.
  
 
==Videos and webcasts==
 
==Videos and webcasts==

Revision as of 13:07, 4 June 2018

image of disconnection practice
Stormwater disconnection practice routing roof runoff to a perennial garden.

This page provides links to pages that address green infrastructure. We've particularly tried to identify pages that provide additional links to case studies, research work, and more.

General overview information

Websites with extensive information on green infrastructure

Green infrastructure manuals and guides

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Delaware's Green Infrastructure Primer, published in 2016, is an excellent source of information on green infrastructure.

Papers on green infrastructure and sustainable stormwater management

Benefits and cost

Projects and case studies

Green infrastructure organizations and programs

  • Master Water Stewards Developed by the Freshwater Society, the master water stewards program is a volunteer education and outreach program. Stewards participate in a training curriculum and install green infrastructure practices.
  • Metro Blooms is a nonprofit organization that partners with property owners and many organizations to promote environmentally sound gardening and landscaping, including green infrastructure practices.
  • Blue Thumb is a public/private partnership that promotes ecologically functional landscapes – like native plants, raingardens, and shoreline stabilization projects – to reduce runoff and improve water quality.
  • Minnesota GreenStep Cities is a voluntary challenge, assistance and recognition program to help cities achieve their sustainability and quality-of-life goals.

Videos and webcasts

Green infrastructure events

Past events:

Cities, states, and regions with green infrastructure plans

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