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Bentonville Rain Garden Excavation
New rain garden in Bentonville at
Crystal Bridges "A" Street Trailhead
Excavation and prep by the City of Bentonville Parks Dept
pre-May 20 planting

Bentonville excavation & prep
Pre-Rain garden preparation by City of Bentonville Parks crew and SandCreek Engineering includes berms and rock outfalls

Bentonville planting in the rain
Rain garden installation in record rain fall on May 20
followed by record heat temperatures in the 90's
predicted for June 9 to finish dirt work and mulch


Rain Garden
Come help us finish dirt work and mulch
Thursday, June 9
1:00 to 4:00 pm
From the downtown Bentonville Square,
take North Main Street from
the Northwest corner, follow North Main to NE 7th Street, turn right on NE 7th, to
NE "A" Street, follow NE "A" to the last house on the right, turn right into the
Crystal Bridges Trailhead at 906 NE "A" Street
 Come enjoy 90 degree temps rather than
May 20 planting in the pouring Rain!
Rain Gardens also installed at
TG Smith,
Willis Shaw, and 
Butterfield Trail
Elementary Schools
this week in Springdale and Fayetteville!
Springdale Fayetteville
Cargill &
 To join the IRWP or for more information call
or email
Bentonville Rain Garden volunteers
Planting Crew on May 20 - "Die Hard" Conservationists! 
L to R: Ken Booth, SandCreek Engineering; Roland Pinault, Walmart ISD; Hunter Haynes, HCH Consulting; David Duncan, IRWP; Gentry Mayor Kevin Johnston; Matt Reid and Liza Miller, IRWP

Rain garden plants in pool
Bentonville rain garden plants find their first day on May 20
at home with over 6" of rainfall!

Rain makes mud
May 20 planting in bare feet to save shoes from the mud pit!



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