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Oregon’s Eco-Logical Business Program offers certification to environmentally friendly businesses. After a certification visit, participating shops receive a shop display package, press coverage...

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Commercial, industrial, and multi-family housing owners can reduce the amount of their stormwater fees by reducing runoff. Click here for more information.

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Receive $1 for every square foot of living grass turf replaced with water-wise plants and/or water-permeable groundcover (restrictions apply). Click here for more details.

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Napa is offering $.50 per square foot of turfgrass that is replaced with drip-irrigated low-water-use plants, permeable hardscape, or polyethylene or nylon artificial turf products. Restrictions apply...

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SPU offers a Stormwater Facility Credit for properties that install private stormwater systems.  Qualifying properties can receive credit on their drainage fees.  Click here for more informa...

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SPU offers rebates on the installation of rain gardens and cisterns within the Ballard CSO basin. Work must be done according to SPU specifications, by a licensed contractor. Click here for more infor...

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The City of San Francisco’s Discounted Rain Barrel and Cistern Program offers limited quantities of rain barrels and cisterns to city residents, businesses and schools. Rain barrels can be...

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Washington State University and Stewardship Partners are leading the 12,000 Rain Gardens Campaign, which aims to install 12,000 rain gardens in the Seattle/Puget Sound Region by 2016. Participants can...

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Portland Treebates Program Offers homeowners credits to water/sewer utility bills for planting trees. Credit is half the purchase price per tree, up to $10 for small trees, $20 for medium trees, and ...

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Native Plant Mini Grants provide up to $300 to community groups and private landowners for projects to improve watershed health.

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