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Info from the source:

We anticipate elementary school field trips touring the CAA site, so the concepts about the water quality benefits of the native landscape can be fairly basic:

  • Native plants grow well in our climate; once established, they can survive heat, cold and drought, as well as absorb heavy rainfall
  • Their deep roots help filter pollutants and hold more water than turf grass
  • Anything that is on the ground will end up in the water
  • The CAA landscape will capture 7.9 inches of rainfall over a 24 hour period


  • Password: raiders
  • From the page do below:
  • Click on SM South on right column
  • Log in with your computer info on top right in blue bar
  • Under resources, click on Science in Context
  • Put in search terms - don't forget to filter results

Username: shawnee1      Password: resource

  • Click See All Themes on top right
  • Look at the Energy or Environmental Themes
  • You can also type terms in the search bar top right.

Kansas State Library

Click on Online Resources

  • Under General Research click on Agricola
  • Click on Choose Databases and select GreenFILE as well
  • Type in search term. To narrow search put quotes around terms.
  • i.e. "kansas stormwater treatment"

Don't forget to limit results by date and full text.

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