Tales from Urban Forests- Watershed 263

In urban areas across the country, we’ve replaced trees and grass with pavement and concrete. Storm water runoff from these paved surfaces in cities can be saturated with harmful substances such as gasoline, oil and trash. We head to the inner city of Baltimore, Maryland where partners have joined forces to clean up the runoff flowing into the harbor and into the Chesapeake Bay.


Listen to the radio documentary. (MP3)
The series, Tales from Urban Forests, is produced by the SOUNDPRINT Media Center, and supported in part by American Forests and the U.S. Forest Service.