These stones, on the west side of the garden, slow the water flow down and keep try to keep it from going out into the parking lot if the rain garden overflows.
The clean-up tonight at Ross Island Park is canceled due to the weather.
The Wild Rivers National Monument, New Mexico was created this year and is already under ‘review’ by Secretary Zinke. So remember, whether it be the confluence of the Rio Grande and the Red River in New Mexico or our Cranberry Brook and
Whale Pond Brook, we love and try to protect our rivers and watersheds. Last month at our local Sierra Club meeting we generated 19 letters to Secretary Zinke urging him to protect our national monuments and parks. At the local level, please join us in our clean-ups, educational efforts, trail building and gardening. Get to know your watershed. Check out the events page on how you can get involved.