Sustainable Living Shed in a Midwest Suburb - Fine Homebuilding
This shed was built with the intention of serving as many purposes as possible on as small a piece of land as possible. Because we live on a corner lot where it would be very visible, we also...
How to Keep Mosquitoes from Breeding in Your Rain Barrel — Greneaux Gardens
Greneaux Gardens: How to Keep Mosquitoes from Breeding in Your Rain Barrel
Making A Dry Creek Bed Drainage Canal for Downspouts - Growing The Home Garden
Gutter Drainage Path.......this is so much more attractive than our corrugated tubing. And you can keep a few pots watered too!
How To Make A Planter From Recycled Plastic Barrel http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/x799 Plastic barrels may be functional, but they aren’t particularly attractive. By recycling them into planters, you can keep them out of landfill and make something unique for your outdoor area.
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DIY this for the rain barrel. Especially like the platform on this one.
Why Everyone Should Care About Rainwater Harvesting
From landscape irrigation to washing your car—rainwater harvesting offers a number of economic and environmental benefits to homeowners.
19 Do It Yourself Garden Ideas (19 pics)
Painted Rain Barrel
100-Year-Old Way to Filter Rainwater in a Barrel
October 28, 2020 - ensure you have enough water in a survival situation is to collect it from your roof. We found an old method our grandparents used to filter rainwater
9 Tips On Collecting Rainwater - US Crisis Preppers
I still remember the feeling of utter joy I used to have every Saturday at around 2 PM when I would take my bath with rainwater that I warmed up myself with nothing but the sun. My grandpa and I … Continue reading →
Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District has painted rain barrel display and auction
The Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District is hosting its second Rain Barrel Art program, "It's Raining Art," running through Friday, Sept. 28. Twenty-one local artists participated this year.
Rain Barrels painted with stencil and exterior house paint