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Rain barrell system - Google Search

Rain barrell system - Google Search

DIY system to recycle gray water from the washing machine. Detailed instructions. 6.5

DIY system to recycle gray water from the washing machine. Detailed instructions. 6.5

Wizard Answers - rain barrel design

Wizard Answers - rain barrel design

Do's & Don't When Making A Rain Barrel For Rainwater Collection - The Fun Times Guide to Household Tips

Do's & Don'ts When Making A Rain Barrel For Rainwater Collection

Do's & Don't When Making A Rain Barrel For Rainwater Collection - The Fun Times Guide to Household Tips

How to make your own rain barrel watering system-- easy and inexpensive!

Rain Barrel How To {Harvesting Rainwater}

Using a rain barrel can save you a significant amount of money in a season. For each inch of rain that falls on 500 square feet of roof, you can collect 300 gallons of water to use in your garden, or your lawn.

How to make a rain barrel

Using a rain barrel can save you a significant amount of money in a season. For each inch of rain that falls on 500 square feet of roof, you can collect 300 gallons of water to use in your garden, or your lawn.

Rainbarrels can be a work of art.  Even your kids could decorate them.  Cape St. Claire Garden Club is selling them to help raise money for Goshen Farm.  Here is the link:  http://severnapark.patch.com/announcements/rain-barrels-for-sale-95-fundraiser-30c95e47

LOOK! Rain Barrels on Parade

Rainbarrels can be a work of art. Even your kids could decorate them. Cape St. Claire Garden Club is selling them to help raise money for Goshen Farm. Here is the link: http://severnapark.patch.com/announcements/rain-barrels-for-sale-95-fundraiser-30c95e47

How to catch, store, and use rainwater - Sunset.com. Rainwater from a nearby roof fills these tanks, then travels through a gravity-fed drip system to irrigate crops. (Photo: Rob D. Brodman)

How to catch, store, and use rainwater

How to catch, store, and use rainwater - Sunset.com. Rainwater from a nearby roof fills these tanks, then travels through a gravity-fed drip system to irrigate crops. (Photo: Rob D. Brodman)

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