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Reduce water pollution and beautify your landscape!

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RICHMOND, Va - Aimee Bushman, Virginia Grassroots Coordinator for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation explains the benefits of having a rain garden. Not only are these gardens beautiful, but they actually help minimize water pollution in the community. Stephanie and Michael Wriston, of the River Road United Methodist Church, praised their "Living Waters" rain garden for its beauty and benefits. For more information visit online at wtvr.com/powering-virginia.