Nature-based Infrastructure Reduces Runoff

Nature-based Infrastructure Reduces Runoff

Nature-based Infrastructure Reduces Runoff Installing nature-based infrastructure at three sites in Hobart, Ind., is preventing at least 800,000 gallons of polluted stormwater runoff from flowing into Lake Michigan, as well as raising awareness about stormwater...
Reducing Polluted Runoff in the Great Lakes

Reducing Polluted Runoff in the Great Lakes

Reducing Polluted Runoff in the Great Lakes Great Lakes restoration investments are reducing polluted runoff that fuels toxic algal outbreaks, but there is more work to do. Communities across the region grapple with annual outbreaks of toxic algae that pollute water,...