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RainScapes Resources

 

The resources on this page provide information for the general public and landscape professionals.

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Top 6 Resources

Video Guides

Plant Lists
  • Suggested Plants, Invasive Species & Plant Sales
Resources by RainScapes Projects
  • Including Conservation Landscapes, Rain Barrels, Rain Gardens, etc. 
Language Resources
  • Amharic, Chinese, French, Korean and Spanish
Additional Resources

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Top 6 Resources

  • First Steps  (PDF, 545KB)

  • Application Process (PDF, 1.16MB)

  • How to Make a Planting Plan (PDF, 1.41MB)

  • Rewards Rebate Amounts (PDF, 258KB)

  • Choosing a Professional (PDF, 311KB)
    • The above list of associations is posted on this site for informational purpose only. Montgomery County, Maryland does not endorse, recommend, or make representations regarding the individual vendors, products or services that may be obtained through these associations. 

  • RainScapes Contractor List  (PDF, 854KB)
    • This above list contains the names of companies whose employees have taken a Rainscapes Contractors training class and is  provided to you for informational purpose only.  Montgomery County, Maryland does not endorse, recommend, or make representations regarding individual vendors, products or services.  Therefore, inclusion in the above list does not constitute or imply the endorsement, recommendation, or approval by Montgomery County concerning the quality of products or services offered or provided by any company whose name appears on this site. Please check with your contractor for proof of appropriate licenses, such as professional registration and MHIC (if installing work).  ​

    • RainScapes training is not  a certification program. Two new certification programs are now offered in the region: The  National Green Infrastructure Certified Professional and the  Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional. Professionals attending RainScapes classes have been allowed to use them as continuing education credits for LACES (Landscape Architects), NGICP and CBLP.

 


Video Guides

 


Plant Lists

 

 


Resources by RainScapes Projects

Canopy Trees

 

Conservation Landscapes

 

Green Roofs

 

Pavement Removal

 

Permeable Pavement

 

Rain Barrels & Cisterns

 

Rain Gardens

 


Language Resources

 


Additional Resources

RainScapes Gazettes

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Useful Links

  • Assessing your Site: Residential Uses of LID (Low Impact Development) 
    Hold the mouse cursor over any colored part of the image to identify the LID technique that is being used in this setting. Click on this same area to go directly to the relevant design page.

 

 
 
 
 
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