Penn RainWorks

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Penn RainWorks is a student-run interdisciplinary group focused on integrating environmental science, engineering, education, and more to develop a green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) design for the annual EPA RainWorks Challenge

Our 2020 project partnered with the Netter Center for Community Engagement and the Philadelphia School District to create GSI for the Andrew Hamilton School, a K-8 school in West Philadelphia. The Hamilton Garden project combines increased green space and pervious materials with edible, native plants and vegetable gardens to provide fresh produce for the students and surrounding community.

Join us and get involved with education, gardening, design, and more as we continue to partner with other University-Assisted Community Schools.


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How to Get Involved

If you are interested in joining for 2021's challenge or helping with our current projects, email Corey Wills at to learn more!

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