Innovative Stormwater Highlights NC Arboretum Innovations for Stormwater Management Willow Pond, a stormwater basin on the grounds of the North Carolina Arboretum in Buncombe County, will be converted into a constructed wetland that will address on-site stormwater challenges while enhancing habitat of the rare mole salamander. Educational activities at this facility will also serve to educate landscape professionals, adult students and youth. Piver's Island Innovative Stormwater Pivers Island, a 24-acre island off the coast of Morehead City, is home to The North Carolina Coastal Reserve, National Estuarine Research Reserve, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Lab, and Duke University’s Marine Laboratory. Craven Street Watershed Restoration and Innovative Stormwater In 2012, CWMTF funded a small stream restoration effort and a unique storwmwater BMPs along Craven Street adjacent to Asheville’s River Arts District. RiverLink and the City of Asheville installed Bay Separators and Low Impact Development parking features and also restored a section of Nasty Branch. More project highlights are coming soon - stay tuned!