Listed below are several websites with more information regarding green infrastructure:
Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection's Low Impact Development Info: A webpage featuring great examples of Low Impact Development (LID) in the state of Connecticut.
UConn's Center for Land Use Education & Research: Provides information, education & assistance to land use decision makers, in support of balancing growth and natural resource protection.
BGreen Bridgeport: A partnership to make Bridgeport the cleanest, greenest, safest, most affordable city.
New Haven Office of Sustainability: The central point of coordination for sustainability activities within City government, and offers environmentally-conscious residents a single point of contact for information and referral about sustainability in New Haven.
Stormwater Management Best Practices: Environmental Protection Agency's best practices to design, implement, and evaluate their stormwater management efforts.
Bay-Friendly Backyards: A guidebook from Save the Bay helping ensure that you have an environmentally-friendly backyard.
Rhode Island Coastal Plant Guide: An interactive database for rain garden plant selection for southern New England.
RainScaping.org: A website dedicated to stormwater runoff solutions for Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Rain Garden Design Templates: Various rain garden and bioretention design templates for the Chesapeak Bay watershed.
How-to Rain Garden Manual: A "how-to" rain garden manual from the University of Wisconsin.
Vermont Rain Garden Manual: A Vermont-specific resource developed for anyone else interested in protecting local rivers and lakes through gardening.
3 Rivers Wet Weather: Some great green infrastructure information and resources for homeowners, engineers and planners.
Three Rivers Rain Garden Alliance: A great deal of information about rain gardens in Pennsylvania.