Sustainable Practices Grant- HS 200

Sustainable Practices Grant- HS 200 - turfgrass anymore...

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Sustainable Practices Grant This grant is provided to homeowners and local business owners for the installation/implementation of sustainable practices within their landscapes. Incorporating sustainable practices into landscapes is important because it helps to reduce usage and wastes. Please fill out the information below in full detail in order for your grant application to be considered for funding. Grant Title : Sustainable of water resources Site Location (Please provide the address and a photo) : 626 centennial view lane, 27606 Selected Sustainable Practice: Water Installation/Implementation of Sustainable Practice at the selected site: Under each rain drain outlet, set a pipes all the way to the back yard’s turf grass. This tube can water turfgrass. On the turfgrass, damp down a thin layer of small stones. Expected beneficial outcomes from the Installed Sustainable Practice:
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After citing all the tubes and stones, don’t need to worry about watering the
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Unformatted text preview: turfgrass anymore. Tubes will centralize all the rain water together and stones can save the water in the soil site. Timeline for completion of the project including start and completion dates as well as step-by-step instructions and required time inputs: Begin at spring because in spring rains a lot. Don’t need to long to site everything. Just connect the tubes and damp the stones. Who will benefit from this project? Residents in centennial view lane and administrator for this park. Itemized Budget for Complete Installation/Implementation of Sustainable Practice: Total Funds Required: Money for couplings, hose adapters, washer, lock nuts, and pipes. Total about 500$, most of money pay for the pipes. Literature Cited: How to Build a Rainwater Collection System ...
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