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Soak Up the Rain Hampton – Promoting Green Infrastructure

"Using green infrastructure to protect and restore clean water in our local rivers, streams, estuaries, and ocean"

WHAT IS GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE?

Green infrastructure is a general name given to an approach using environmentally friendly techniques to stormwater management. Examples of green infrastructure include: rain gardens, rain barrels, green roofs, dry wells, and pervious pavers or pavement.

What do you want to learn more about?

Rain Gardens Rain Barrels Dry wells
Green or vegetated roof Pervious pavers Pervious pavement
Vegetated swales Planter or tree boxes  

Check out the NHDES Soak Up the Rain Video – Featuring one of the 2015 Hampton Rain Garden Cost Share Winners

 

 

2016 RAIN GARDEN COST SHARE GRANT

The Hampton Conservation Commission will be having their second annual cost share grant in the Spring/Summer of 2016.  One grant will be awareded to a residential home owner and one business owner for the installation of a rain garden.  Grants will be awarded to the highest ranking projects.  We are now accepting rain garden cost-share grant applications until April 27th at 3 pm. 
 

Applications can be mailed or emailed:

Hampton Conservation Commission
100 Winnacunnet Rd
Hampton, NH 03842

rdionne@town.hampton.nh.us