Rainy Morning Scenes Around the Watershed


Leaves headed for the storm drain at Wingra Park.

Leaves headed for the storm drain at Wingra Park.  Photo by Stephen B. Glass.

"Dump No Waste, Drains To Lake"

“Dump No Waste, Drains To Lake”  Photo by Stephen B. Glass.

Alleyway storm drain collecting water from apartments on Monroe Street (background).  The storm water drain runs directly to Lake Wingra, just a "stone's throw" away.

Alleyway storm drain collecting runoff water from apartments on Monroe Street (background) and just above Wingra Park. The storm water drain runs to Lake Wingra, just a “stone’s throw” away.  Photo by Stephen B. Glass.

At City of Madison/Arboretum storm water pond on Monroe Street at Glenway Street.

At City of Madison/Arboretum storm water pond on Monroe Street at Glenway Street. Photo by Stephen B. Glass.

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About Steve Glass

The blogger is a restoration ecologist practicing and writing in the Midwestern United States.
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