RAIN GARDEN ACADEMY
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Learn how to install a rain garden to slow down stormwater, filter pollutants, conserve water using native plants,
improve water quality
of our creeks and streams.
Spring Rain Garden Academy
will be held at
Beaver Water District
301 N Primrose Road in Lowell
$25 registration includes
Rain Garden Notebook with "How To" Manuel, Low Impact Development Manual, Lunch and Bus Tour
Tour of NWA Rain Gardens will include
Beaver Water District Rain Garden
Horsebarn Trail Rain Garden
NWACC Rain Garden
Learn more about how you can qualify and apply for a rain garden grant for the
Illinois River and Beaver Lake Watersheds
Rain Garden Project Grant funds provided by Arkansas Natural Resources Commission and EPA
Rain Gardens for Educators:
Rain gardens can function as core-content based learning tool for students K-12.
Actively engaging and involving students in the planning, designing, building and maintenance of school campus rain gardens can help to enhance classroom objectives and meet Arkansas
Core Curriculum standards.
More information on Educator Resources and
Core Curriculum go to
From planning, to installation, to management, there are activities to engage students in active learning from rain garden grant project processes.
Contact Becky Roark,
Rain Garden Resource Specialist
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