Water: Green Infrastructure
Campus RainWorks Challenge - Rules
***Please note, the information on this page is for the 2013 Campus RainWorks Challenge.
Updated information for the 2014 challenge will be available shortly.***
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Each student team must be affiliated with a degree-granting public or private institution of higher education located in the U.S.
EPA particularly encourages minority academic institutions (MAIs) to apply.
Download the competition brief (PDF) (15 pp, 392K, About PDF) for a complete description of the design challenge including a definition of MAIs.
Low Water Landscaping
Team composition and size is at the discretion of the team submitting an entry. However, interdisciplinary teams are strongly encouraged. Relevant disciplines include but are not limited to: landscape architecture, architecture, planning, engineering, conservation biology, landscape ecology, hydrology, soil science, economics, and business administration.
All team members must be enrolled in a degree program (undergraduate or graduate) at a college or university eligible to participate in EPA's Campus RainWorks Challenge (participating institution) as of August 31, 2013.
Download the competition brief (PDF) (15 pp, 392K, About PDF) for a complete description of submission format and content requirements.
See the Judges for last year's Challenge.
To sign up for email updates or ask a question about the Campus RainWorks Challenge, please email RainWorks@epa.gov (RainWorks@epa.gov)