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Green Infrastructure Solutions for Municipal Challenges for Managing Stormwater

Communities can use green infrastructure principles as a holistic and adaptive method to meet their environmental and community goals now and into the future. Larger-scale implementation of infiltration and rainwater harvesting can build resiliency as different parts of the country become drier, wetter or hotter. Technical assistance is a key component of EPA’s investment for accelerating green infrastructure to become business-as-usual for stormwater management as well as infrastructure investments and community development. This report summarizes results from EPA’s green infrastructure technical assistance program for cities, communities and citizens who want to learn from the experiences of others and find the best solutions for their unique challenges. It’s a quick reference guide that matches problems with real-world, tested solutions.

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