Bioswale Installed At End Of Linden Lane In Southampton Village Aims To Help Improve Water Quality In Lake Agawam - 27 East

Bioswale Installed At End Of Linden Lane In Southampton Village Aims To Help Improve Water Quality In Lake Agawam

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Native plants and grasses planted in the Linden Lane bioswale will help filter and absorb stormwater and improve water quality in Lake Agawam. CAILIN RILEY

Native plants and grasses planted in the Linden Lane bioswale will help filter and absorb stormwater and improve water quality in Lake Agawam. CAILIN RILEY

Native plants and grasses planted in the Linden Lane bioswale will help filter and absorb stormwater and improve water quality in Lake Agawam. CAILIN RILEY

Native plants and grasses planted in the Linden Lane bioswale will help filter and absorb stormwater and improve water quality in Lake Agawam. CAILIN RILEY

Native plants and grasses planted in the Linden Lane bioswale will help filter and absorb stormwater and improve water quality in Lake Agawam. CAILIN RILEY

Native plants and grasses planted in the Linden Lane bioswale will help filter and absorb stormwater and improve water quality in Lake Agawam. CAILIN RILEY

The new bioswale installed at the end of Linden Lane by Piazza Horticultural will not only improve water quality in Lake Agawam but will also be a habitat for native species, like this now endangered Monarch butterfly that was flitting among the garden earlier this week. CAILIN RILEY

The new bioswale installed at the end of Linden Lane by Piazza Horticultural will not only improve water quality in Lake Agawam but will also be a habitat for native species, like this now endangered Monarch butterfly that was flitting among the garden earlier this week. CAILIN RILEY

authorCailin Riley on Aug 3, 2022
Improving water quality in Lake Agawam has long been an important issue for the Southampton Village Board, as well as residents. For those living at the end of a short,... more

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