Interested in what Green Infrastructure could look like in our yards, downtowns, roads and parks? There's a lot of options, ranging from the super simple to downright innovative.
Nature does it best. And because Green Infrastructure incorporates natural systems and functions within the built environment, it is gaining momentum as an efficient and cost-effective tool for mitigating the negative impacts development has on water management, natural heritage and agricultural systems in our communities and the Greenbelt.
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Green Infrastructure has the potential to improve water quality, reduce infrastructure costs, reduce the risk of floods, and ensure our watersheds and communities are more resilient to climate change.
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