In case you missed it: A cover story in the South Philadelphia Review reported on the grant that will help fund green stormwater management at Nebinger Elementary School:

A revamped playground area, an outdoor classroom complete with gardens and a campus-style reading space, rain barrels, a tree infiltration system and the implementation of porous pavements are just some of the innovative green infrastructures planned for George W. Nebinger School, 601 Carpenter St., and its surrounding neighborhoods.

Nebinger, as well as other sections of Bella Vista and a Queen Village playground, received word April 26 that it was the recipient of a $200,000 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grant, with a matching amount from the Philadelphia Water Department and the nonprofit Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, which covers the ecosystem spanning from central New Jersey to southern Delaware.

Read the whole article here.