Living in Edmonton means living with weather than can change from sun to storm in a few short hours. Planning for occasional deluges of rain or rapid snow melt is called storm water management. It lowers the risk of flooded basements. Beyond that, storm water management reduces the adverse effects of sudden rushes of water into nearby creeks and rivers. These include:
The storm water management pond in Larch Park is an Edmonton first. Designed to become a fully functioning ecosystem over time, the pond complements the nearby natural areas like Larch Sanctuary. The Larch Pond differs from traditional turf-grass ponds because:
University of Alberta students are studying the pond to see how it progresses. The goal is a regenerative space, new habitat that works together with the unique landscaping and location of Larch Park.
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> Complement local ecosystems.
> Celebrate views, architecture, and dynamic streetscapes.
> Be walkable, diverse and connected to nature.
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