At Michigan State University, protecting waterways like the Red Cedar River begins by employing stormwater management tactics like green roofs, which reduce stormwater runoff and help filter out sediments and pollutants. With eight locations on campus, green roofs help cleanse the water for local wildlife and prevent downstream flooding here at MSU. To learn more about green roofs at MSU, visit: http://www.bespartangreen.msu.edu/news.php?id=2016-10-26-protecting-the-river-from-the-rooftops Related PostsGreen Revolution Series: Green RoofsCampus Green RoofGreen RoofsLecture 1 Green Roofs – Part 1 Types of Green RoofsGreenlandia – DIADEM Green RoofsOptigr
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