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Water Catchment

Rain Harvesting Into The Soil Instead Of Your Tiny Rainwater Barrel - how'd you like this in your backyard?

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Rain Water Catchment: All 4 tanks in position, levelled, and connected via a 40mm pipe running along the bottom

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No excuse to not set up a rain water catchment system when it's this inexpensive and this simple.

This innovative gutter kit easily clamps on to your shed roof without the need for specialist tools or equipment allowing you to easily collect rainwater for use in your garden. Ideal for use with a water butt for a simple rainwater harvesting solution. #gardensheds

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It is time to start thinking about rain and rain catchment systems. You can save a lot of money by installing one or two rain barrels. Once you get two in tandem going it is not too long before the idea of gravity feed can come into play. Rain barrels can be stacked to create more water pressure. I would probably use this to water the garden. For local rain barrels check out got rain?

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from Instructables.com

Glass Jar Greenhouse

Greenhouse made out of glass jars - includes water catchment system.

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Using rainwater for toilets, washing machines, and gardening is a great way to cut down on water bills!

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How to save water on a rainy day

Water cistern system....we should all be doing this more - particularly folks who live in drought prone regions like Texas and the Western US

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#Survival (prepping) Now there's a rain Barrel system - http://dunway.us/kindle/html/frugal1.html

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Customer in Arkansas first to put an 84" RainSaucer on a 270 gallon IBC Tote. This setup is uphill from the home. She plans on feeding it to a small water tower near the garden for easy irrigation.

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