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View Resource Blue Thumb: Planting for Clean Water

Explanation of the Blue Thumb program in Minnesota. Links to a list of program partners, Cousteau?s ?Blue Legacy Tour? by National Geographic, and resources on yard and shoreline planting, lands...

http://bluethumb.org/
View Resource Why Plant for Clean Water?

Description of problems with storm water runoff and garden/yard solutions for the Northern Midwest area. Addresses solutions such as shoreline stabilization, rain gardens, native plants, etc. Links...

http://bluethumb.org/why/
View Resource Plant Selector

[An interactive online tool for choosing the right plants for the environment and purpose. Includes 252 plants by type, sun exposure, soil moisture, height, color, and season for blooms.

http://www.bluethumb.org/plants/
View Resource The Secret To Leisurely Landscaping . . .

Explanation of how native plants save water, time, effort, money, and natural resources. Links to a plant selector tool for choosing the right plants for the environment and purpose.

http://bluethumb.org/billboard/intro/
View Resource Blue Thumb: Planting for Clean Water: Video

15-minute video that promotes the website, but its main purpose is education.

http://bluethumb.org/media/docs/how_to.mov
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