Northwest Arkansas Students Create Rain Gardens

Posted: June 14, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO FLIP PUTTHOFF Chris Gibson, second from left, and Kendra Sager, right, tour a rain garden Friday at the Horsebarn trailhead and park in west Rogers. A tributary of Osage Creek flows through trailhead area. The rain garden filters run-off pollution from a parking lot above and east of the garden.

ROGERS -- More schools statewide want environmentally friendly projects and programs to improve school grounds and to teach children hands-on science.

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