Letting It All Soak In: Nature’s Role in Protecting Water Resources - Metropolitan Planning Council

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Letting It All Soak In: Nature’s Role in Protecting Water Resources

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Listen to this Jan. 26, 2011, recording of “Letting It All Soak In: Nature’s Role in Protecting Water Resources,” to learn more about: the Chicago region’s groundwater supplies; water supply conservation and stormwater mitigation; land use impacts on water quality and quantity; wetlands restoration and management; and ecosystem health and its correlation to public health.

This page can be found online at http://www.metroplanning.org/multimedia/audio/495

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