Seattle Children’s Hospital Rain Gardens

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In an earlier post (Infiltration and Laboratory Testing Support Green Design), we described how rain gardens and bio-filtration swales are important to sustainability. The Seattle Children’s Hospital main campus expanded through the Building Hope program to meet the growing need in our region. Please enjoy these photos of the rain gardens when they were newly planted outside the new construction.

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