A raingarden was created at Westover Park to filter runoff from a large parking lot.
A raingarden was created to filter the runoff from the parking lot in Liberty Park.
A concrete retaining wall was removed, and the bank sloped to support a riparian buffer along Blacks Run in Liberty Park.
This stream bank planting project occurred at Liberty Park, and the West side of Blacks Run at Lineweaver Apartments.
This stream bank planting project occurred behind the City of Harrisonburg's Public Works Department.
We are devoted to improving the health of our local waterways. In addition to our efforts to educate each other on how we can stop sources pollution, we have been able to complete a number of projects that have improved the heath of our stream.
Event Schedule - Saturday, April 13, 2013
- Sign-in: 9:00am-10:00am
- The Green Scene (exhibits for all!): 9:00am-12:00noon
- Kick Off and Special Guest Speaker: 9:30am
- Clean Up: 9:30am-11:30am
- Lunch (for volunteers only): 11:30am-12noon
If you just want to stop by and can't volunteer to clean up, feel free to stop by the GreenScene, bring a lunch and blanket, and enjoy the festivities with us!
2013 Green Scene: Exhibits and Activities for all!
Below is a list of government agencies, organizations, and programs that are working together to improve water quality.
Government Agencies, Partnerships, Education
CleanStream.org is a collaborative effort between the City of Harrisonburg and its community. The mission of CleanStream.org is to educate the public about the sources of water pollution, and its impact on our water supply, recreational opportunities, aquatic ecosystems and quality of life.