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What Every Dog Owner Should Know About Dog Poop

SO…. SO PRETTY!….. Stormy’s Meadow - Native Wildflower and Stormwater Education Site.

The Remote Warehouse Where Confiscated Wildlife Ends Up

It’s starting to bloom!…. First Bloom @ Stormy’s Meadow - Native Wildflower and Stormwater Education Site… @ 400 Green Meadows Circle…Come check out the sun flower field.

FilterPave aims to expand use of its porous pavement

The new “green space” on the north side of the Historic Daniel Boone Building (City Hall Building - Downtown, Columbia MO), just north of the Finance drive-up windows, is a new pavement called “FilterPave”, the product of a locally owned company. www.filterpave.com

A “HAM” holding a Squash…..@ Stormy’s Meadow - Native Wildflower and Stormwater Education Site…@ 400 Green Meadows Circle…Come check out the sun flower field.

The new “green space” on the north side of the Historic Daniel Boone Building (City Hall Building - Downtown, Columbia MO), just north of the Finance drive-up windows, is a new pavement called “FilterPave”, the product of a locally owned company. www.filterpave.com FilterPave donated the product and the installation to demonstrate the performance and environmental benefits of the product. The surface is porous creating a reduction in stormwater runoff, yet aesthetically pleasing as various colors can be mixed with the binder; in this case the color green. The materials in the pavement are 90% post consumer recycled glass products.

The new “green space” on the north side of the Historic Daniel Boone Building (City Hall Building - Downtown, Columbia MO), just north of the Finance drive-up windows, is a new pavement called “FilterPave”, the product of a locally owned company. www.filterpave.com

FilterPave donated the product and the installation to demonstrate the performance and environmental benefits of the product. The surface is porous creating a reduction in stormwater runoff, yet aesthetically pleasing as various colors can be mixed with the binder; in this case the color green. The materials in the pavement are 90% post consumer recycled glass products.

Innovative pavement helps solve drainage problem

Hinkson watershed report lists ongoing improvements

Task force reports progress on Hinkson Creek cleanup - Columbia Missourian