Tim Clark and Valerie Lonneman collect Soluble Reactive Phosphorous samples on a summer night.
Members of the RAIN Initiative team at the Office of Sustainability Awards Ceremony.
An example of bio-retention as a water feature on a golf course. The RAIN Initiative works to create aesthetically-pleasing designs for green campus infrastructure.
Maggie Messerschmidt tends to native plants in the Jordan Hall Greenhouse that will be used in berm implementation on the Golf Course this spring.
The RAIN Initiative team members measure size or eroding ravines prior to BMP implementation.
The project has involved the installation of V-notch weirs to measure runoff flow before mitigation by stormwater Best Management Practices. Here Tim Clark and Alex Kain have mastered the arduous work.
The RAIN (Restorative Adaptations for Infrastructure) Initiative is an action- and research-based organization founded by graduate students at the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University.