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Planting a Rain Garden

Volunteers plant a newly-constructed rain garden, including roughly 25 native trees, at St. Martin's Lutheran Church School in Annapolis, Md., on November 7, 2009. "The largest part of the [pollution] problem is coming off of private property. And we as volunteers can go into another volunteer organization like a church and we can find a lot of resources and a lot of people to help," said Mel Wilkins of Spa Creek Conservancy, which collaborated with Betty Knupp and members of the St. Martin's Garden Club. (Photo by Alicia Pimental/Chesapeake Bay Program)

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Taken on November 7, 2009