Cathedral of the Incarnation is located in the Jones Falls watershed in Baltimore. They are one of the early members of the Baltimore One Water Partnership dating back to 2014 when they installed a 2,400-square foot rain garden to treat 1,800 square feet of impervious surfaces. Then in 2017/2018 they secured a $5,000 mini-grant for the installation of cisterns to capture 900 gallons of rainwater, enabling them to disconnect two downspouts and treat ~2,500 square feet of impervious surfaces. Their active green team also has organized numerous educational programs such as nature walks, a monthly book study, Creation Care Sunday every year and "First Saturday in the Gardens" at their church. To learn more about the Cathedral, click here.
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