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Onondaga County's Save the Rain Program - implementing green infrastructure improvements to reduce stormwater runoff and prevent CSO pollution to Onondaga Lake.
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Baltimore Woods Jun 11
Onondaga County Executive J. Ryan McMahon, II joined 3rd graders from at Elmwood Park in Syracuse to search for aquatic creatures as part of a Nature in the City hands-on science lesson.
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Save the Rain Jun 13
A busy week for the Save the Rain in the Schools program! We taught children at LeMoyne Elementary and Grant Middle School about STR and how they can help keep Onondaga Lake clean. Since Fall 2018 we have presented to over 1100 students in Onondaga County!
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Save the Rain Jun 5
Thank you to everyone that attended a Rain Barrel Workshop yesterday! - the next workshops will be held on July 2nd -- RSVP here:
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Baltimore Woods Jun 3
Executive McMahon shares how Nature in the City creates community connections as student scientists evaluate Onondaga Lake Watershed water quality & learn how they can better protect our waterways.
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Onondaga County May 24
CE McMahon stopped by the Harbor Brook Wetlands, a project, to visit the Hire Ground folks working to keep it clean. The pride, dignity & pride displayed by the women & men was absolutely contagious. Thank you to entire team!
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Save the Rain May 24
Today, 8 participants in the Hire Ground initiative are out picking up litter at one of our Save the Rain Green Infrastructure projects. Thank you to all of them for their hard work and for giving us a hand!
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Save the Rain May 22
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Baltimore Woods May 21
Exciting morning , students, , and volunteers from installed a new bilingual sign for the rain garden and danced to Billy B! Wonderful example of the community impacts of Nature in the City: hands-on science and so much more!
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Save the Rain May 20
Thanks for inviting us!
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Save the Rain May 17
Today, Save the Rain and attended the Stormwater Symposium at Pine Grove Middle School - students demonstrated what they learned about stormwater and green infrastructure. Thanks for having us!
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Save the Rain May 15
Voting for the 2019 Save the Rain Art Contest is now OPEN! Check out all the rain barrels painted by students in Onondaga County and vote for your favorite!
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Save the Rain May 14
Join us for a community meeting Tonight at 6:00 PM at Beauchamp Library The meeting will focus on the upcoming construction of green infrastructure improvements along W. Colvin Street, Elk Street, Moore Avenue, Vincent Street, Robert Drive, and Warner Avenue
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Save the Rain May 9
Join us for a community meeting on Tuesday 5/14/2019 at Beauchamp Library about Save the Rain Green Streets construction projects in the Outer Comstock and Southside Neighborhoods!
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Stand Director May 9
More than 40 trees will be plated along South Salina Street as part of the proposed Salina Green Streets Project :: Learn even more about Save the Rain projects at the next South Side meeting set for 6 p.m. May 14 at
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Save the Rain May 7
The Rain Barrel Class scheduled for tonight (5/7/2019) at 6PM has been cancelled - please see our updated schedule below
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Save the Rain Apr 29
Thank you to members of the team and all the teams across Onondaga County that braved the cold and snow this weekend to pick-up litter for ’s annual Earth Day cleanup
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Save the Rain Apr 26
Make sure you stop out and visit the Save the Rain booth at the tomorrow!
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Save the Rain Apr 25
Our partners at including this crew of Michael, Maurice and Alex were hard at work today planting trees in the Outer Comstock Neighborhood. Thank you!
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Save the Rain Apr 22
This Earth Day, everyone’s looking for ways to make an impact on our environment. Picking up litter in your neighborhood, and even just making sure your trash is properly disposed of can go a long way in keeping our streets, our water and our community clean.
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Save the Rain Apr 17
Last week, Save the Rain taught four 6th grade classes about Save the Rain and the rebirth of Onondaga Lake - Thanks for having us!!!
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