From right, Pierce County Conservation District water quality director Melissa Buckingham and Earth Corps Operations director Bill Brosseau share findings with Earth Corps project managers Matt Schwartz and Kym Foley while surveying for potential installation of Rain Gardens to retard and hold rapid stormwater runoff into Vaughn Bay.
From right, Pierce County Conservation District water quality director Melissa Buckingham and Earth Corps Operations director Bill Brosseau share findings with Earth Corps project managers Matt Schwartz and Kym Foley while surveying for potential installation of Rain Gardens to retard and hold rapid stormwater runoff into Vaughn Bay. Hugh McMillan Special to the Gateway
From right, Pierce County Conservation District water quality director Melissa Buckingham and Earth Corps Operations director Bill Brosseau share findings with Earth Corps project managers Matt Schwartz and Kym Foley while surveying for potential installation of Rain Gardens to retard and hold rapid stormwater runoff into Vaughn Bay. Hugh McMillan Special to the Gateway

Key Peninsula resident sees benefits from using newly-installed rain garden

September 09, 2016 10:19 AM

More Videos

  • Gig Harbor's new lift station, restrooms and view platform at Skansie Park

    The new lift station in Gig Harbor includes new restrooms and the repositioning of the fisherman statue in a new plaza beside the Jerisich Public Dock and Skansie Brother's Park.