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Rain Garden Installed at Municipal Building
September 27, 2014

Volunteers joined forces in front of the Cranford Municipal Building to install a rain garden. Nelson Dittmar, Jr., the chairman of the Cranford Environmental Commission, and Don Jones, an associate member, took some time out from their work to tell Cranford Radio a bit about the project.

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1,000 Rain Gardens

In the Rahway River Watershed

1,000 Rain Gardens is an initiative of your friends and neighbors in the 24 communities that make up the
Rahway River Watershed.
Building rain
gardens is one way we
can all help create safer,
cleaner,
more livable communities.

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