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Green infrastructure techniques such as rain gardens, like this one in the High Point neighborhood in Seattle, WA, retain stormwater runoff, which can help reduce peak flooding. Communities can use our Flood Resilience Checklist to reduce their vulnerability to floods: implement stormwater management techniques in your watershed.

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