Naples High School students Lucas Foreman, 16, left, and Tay Pinckney, 16, spread mulch around newly planted vegetation while helping install a rain garden near the parking lot of St John's Episcopal Church on Saturday, April 10, 2010, in Naples. The rain garden is a landscaped area of native flowering vegetation designed to capture storm water runoff and pollutants before the water reaches the stormwater drainage system and into natural bodies of water. The City of Naples Natural Resources Division is hoping the garden will encourage other rain gardens in the area as part of a plan to restore the environmental health of Naples Bay. David Albers/Staff

Photo by DAVID ALBERS

Naples High School students Lucas Foreman, 16, left, and Tay Pinckney, 16, spread mulch around newly planted vegetation while helping install a rain garden near the parking lot of St John's Episcopal Church on Saturday, April 10, 2010, in Naples. The rain garden is a landscaped area of native flowering vegetation designed to capture storm water runoff and pollutants before the water reaches the stormwater drainage system and into natural bodies of water. The City of Naples Natural Resources Division is hoping the garden will encourage other rain gardens in the area as part of a plan to restore the environmental health of Naples Bay. David Albers/Staff

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