is a natural resource that tends to be in shorty supply and a matter of dispute
in some regions of the United States. In situations where water sources are
limited, the ability to establish and to utilize a rainwater catchment system
for various garden, landscape, farm, and non-potable household uses has
significant potential. Capturing rainwater from the roofs of buildings is a
fairly simple process, and 1 inch of rainfall on a 25’x60’ roof can provide as
much as 900 gallons of water.
public is invited to attend the Farm and Home Rainwater Harvesting Workshop on
September 27 to learn how to effectively install a rainwater catchment system.
Although admission is free, participants are asked to register by contacting
Urban Regional Extension Specialist Robert Spencer at 256-766-6223 or email@example.com.
wear comfortable footwear and clothing since this event involves a passenger
trailer ride from site-to-site and light walking.
www.aces.edu/urban for updated information.
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