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The roots of many native prairie plants are thick, fibrous, and can grow to a depth of 15 feet. These plants are designed to slow water and allow it to slowly infiltrate into the ground rather than gushing straight into our urban streams and rivers. This action also cleans our water and improves our soil quality making our environment healthier for us and wildlife.

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