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Green Infrastructure on Brownfields

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Date Published: April 2014

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This practice guide investigates innovative ways local governments and developers are working to install green infrastructure water management features on brownfield sites. With careful planning, many contaminated properties can be made safe for infiltration and water capture. In addition to the water management benefits, using GI opens the door to many additional sources of funding.

Keywords: economic development; Federal Funding; case study; funding; green infrastructure; infrastructure; Practice Guide; Sustainable Water Management on Brownfield Sites; water; brownfields; brownfields

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  • University of Louisville
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