Low Impact Development

Drought Response Outreach Project

Stormwater capture projects at three schools in Humboldt County, designed to work with each school’s maintenance regimes, provide educational & social gathering opportunities, and enhance habitat with native plantings. Funded through the State’s Drought Response Outreach Program grants (DROPs), this project was partnership with the Redwood Community Action Agency, Northern Humboldt Union High School District, and Wildling staff’s prior place of work, GHD.  

Lucky 7 Casino Rain Gardens

As part of a larger state-funded grant project to protect water quality at the mouth of the Smith River, these rain gardens intercept parking lot runoff, provide some water quality filtering, habitat value, and blend with existing landscaping aesthetics at the casino, which is located within the Tolowa Dee-ni ‘ Nation. Landscape design by Wildling staff while part of GHD.

12th Street Integrated Stormwater Enhancement Project

Wildling staff, while part of GHD, worked with GHD engineers, the Center for Watershed Health and their water quality consultant Darla Elswick to identify the most impactful streets in the city of Fortuna to implement LID projects. The project included a high-level assessment of runoff, land uses, and pollutants, as well as conceptual-level design leveraging water quality LID gardens to also beautify the street. The project also included flood-reduction concepts led by GHD engineers.

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