Students from Grant Street Elementary School in Port Townsend listen as Bob Simmons, water resource specialist from Washington State University, talks about the value of a rain garden like the one the group is standing next to in Chetzemoka Park. The students were participating in an alternative mulit-age program within the Port Townsend School District Friday to plant plants and mulch in the rain garden. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Chetzemoka Park rain garden aims to keep pollutants out of Port Townsend Bay

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