Keep It Clean – Building a Rain Garden

Lauren shows how a rain garden can protect the environment

WKBN 27 First News at Noon anchor, Lauren Wood, demonstrates how a rain garden is an idea way to decrease water runoff, help protect the are’s water supply and give your yard some color and character.  The Rain Garden that was used in the video was at the Mill Creek Park office in Canfield, feel free to contact them for more information in regards to constructing your own garden at your home.

WKBN is committed to making a difference and doing our part to help protect the Valley’s water.  Launching the “Keep It Clean” campaign, WKBN hopes to educate everyone on some simple things that we all can do that protects our water supply.


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