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Planting the Cookeville Rain Garden, Fleming Avenue (east of the Cookeville Courthouse, 45 E. Broad – May 13, 2010 (phot

Planting the Cookeville Rain Garden, Fleming Avenue (east of the Cookeville Courthouse, 45 E. Broad – May 13, 2010 (photos by John Harwood and Deborah Sam) Plants ready for the volunteers, including Deborah Sam and Ralph Bowden.

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Planting the Cookeville Rain Garden, Fleming Avenue (east of the Cookeville Courthouse, 45 E. Broad – May 13, 2010 (phot

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  1. Planting the Cookeville Rain Garden, Fleming Avenue (east of the Cookeville Courthouse, 45 E. Broad – May 13, 2010(photos by John Harwood and Deborah Sam)

  2. Plants ready for the volunteers, including Deborah Sam and Ralph Bowden.

  3. Tracy Meggs explains rain gardens to members of the Bynum, Varela, Bedgood, and the Iorio families.

  4. Fifteen drought tolerant shrubs and herbs were chosen for the rain garden.

  5. Planting an American Elderberry (photo by Deborah Sam).

  6. Tracy Meggs waters a Virginia Sweetspire.

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