Catching rain water in 5 gallon buckets and then carrying each bucket to fill all these trashcans, warrior Sue will be retired of this heroic task. By installing a new rain catchment system water will be stored and used to water an orchard of citrus, stone fruit and fig along with a small vineyard on her wholstically integrated two acre site.
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Where I live, San Diego, our community imports 85% of its water. This blog is a place for Water Warriors to post their strategies, systems, new ideas for conserving water. If we all work to conserve water, we can create a more sustainable future for our children and all life in our beautiful bio region.