The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) and the Metropolitan Council
Environmental Services (MCES) provided funding for this project. The involvement of
the project manager from the MPCA, Bruce Wilson, and the project officer from MCES,
Jack Frost, was greatly appreciated. The Technical Advisory Panel (TAP) for the project
whom provided insightful and experienced advice throughout the project added to the
usability of the final product.
The assistance of several undergraduate students’ Geoff Kramer, Nicolas Olson, and
Thomas Natwick was undoubtedly a critical component leading to the final outcome of
this project. Their hard work is very much appreciated. The staff at St. Anthony Falls
Laboratory (SAFL) provided assistance in the construction of equipment necessary for
this project. University of Minnesota facilities management and the City of Little Canada
provided assistance with the use of fire hydrants for this research. Several partnerships
were developed through this project and provided additional insight to this work. I would
like to thank the Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District (RWMWD) for their
enthusiastic involvement with this project, especially Cliff Aichinger who also served on
the TAP. The Dakota County Soil and Water Conservation District and Washington
County Conservation District were conducting similar work and the cooperation of our
efforts aided in the successfulness of this work.
Twin Cities Metropolitan Council; Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Asleson, Brooke C.; Nestingen, Rebecca S.; Gulliver, John S.; Hozalski, Raymond M.; Nieber, John L..
The development and application of a four-level rain garden assessment methodology.
St. Anthony Falls Laboratory.
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