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According to the EPA a typical U.S. household uses 260 gallons of water every day. Here's how—and where—to trim that number down.

states have laws restricting collection of rainwater, making it difficult for the average homeowner to set up a rainwater harvesting system.

Harvesting rainwater - such a lovely set-up  (I wonder if these stacked would be better than the larger ones I've seen?)

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Welcome to living Green & Frugally. We aim to provide all your natural and frugal needs with lots of great tips and advice, Harvesting Rainwater - In Times Of Emergency

Colorado residents will now be able to collect rainwater on their property after a new bill was signed by Governor John Hickenlooper.

Colorado Governor Signs Law Allowing Residents To Collect Rainwater On Their Property - Survival Tips - Offgrid Outpost

Brilliant water cisterns catch rain water to use for irrigation

A water tank is a simple energy saving idea. Water tanks save rain water that can be used to water gardens and cars. It saves using clean water as that costs money.

firepit, backyard patio, water application, firepit, lighting, Back Yards, Patio, Water, Lighting, Fire Pits / Fireplaces, Walls & Courtyard

Retaining wall photos, patio wall photos, fence photos and more for great ideas on your next landscape project

Rain Garden- ideas for redirecting rain water into the garden

For your garden to thrive, the soil also needs to be well-drained. A vegetable garden does not need to be an unattractive manufacturing plot. Though gardening in a little space might have some limi…

How to build a small garden pond that will attract beneficial wildlife

How to build a small garden pond that will attract beneficial wildlife. Having a pond in the garden means frogs, and less slugs to eat your plants and crops

How I provide… | The Wildlife Gardener Butterflies, bees can drink and are encouraged to visit your garden.

Use a plant pot saucer is a water source for bees and butterflies. The flat stones are for butterflies to spread their wings and warm themselves while they drink while the gravel and sand are a place for bees to land and drink (from Wildlife Gardener)

overhead view of Herb Tower container garden - creative edible container garden using an arrangement of three pots (one 24-inch, one 18-inch, and one 14-inch)

overhead view of Herb Tower container garden - creative edible container garden using an arrangement of three pots (one one and one - Herb Gardening Today

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