Image: whidbeycd.org/Photos/finished%20rain%20garden.JPGThat is, a native garden that captures and filters water so it can be returned (in a cleaner state) to the earth. Rain gardens capture water from hard surfaces (roofs and driveways) and help reduce flooding. Attend this free event and receive a booklet on how to construct your own, with the opportunity to participate in large-scale installation workshops later in the season. Sponsored by the Stewardship Partners and WSU Cooperative Extension. Bellevue City Hall, 450 110th Ave. N.E. Bellevue, (425) 452-6800. Thursday, January 22, 6:30-8:30 p.m.Free.For more information, contact the Stewardship Partners at (206) 292-9875.
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