How much can trees reduce stormwater runoff in cities?



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    Trees help with storm water run off by covering the surface of the ground, catching the water before it hits the ground. In Washington DC, a tree canopy of 45% lowered the need for retention structures by 949 million feet, saving 4.6 billion dollars every 20 years. 

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