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    2,000 gallons of rainwater--WOW

    How to Create a Complete Rainwater Collection System

    Russian site about stylish clothing alterations and interior. Can be read in any language via Google translator. #diy #diy fashion #craft #refashion

    100-Year-Old Way to Filter Rainwater in a Barrel! Add a layer of diatomaceous earth, for extra filtered water!

    Thinking I might do this on top of the chicken coop!! What a great way to keep them cooler in the summer and warm in the winter!!!

    100-Year-Old Way to Filter Rainwater in a Barrel.

    660 Gallon Rain Barrel System

    Discreet Underground Rainwater Harvesting Cisterns

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

    Downspout diverter to fill your rain barrel. $29.95

    Gallon of water, 1 chopped onion add to gal of water. let it sit under the sun for 3days and spray it over your veg plants, n flowers to keep bugs from eating the leaves. I personally used it on the lawn and around the windows n doors to keep the bugs n mosquitoes away and it worked. I read this in magazine from old sturbridge village. Cant recall what year

    Front or back raised flowerbeds so when they overflow with rain water it drains! Let the water sing.

    Off the Grid Living - The best rainwater system I've seen yet!

    Another Fabulous Chicken Coup!

    Build a 3 drum rain collection system better by cajundood

    rain chain, fountain and glass surround. Design by Phyllis Warman.

    How to grow sweet potatoes in a bucket - "If grown correctly, you can hope for a yield of about 25 pounds for each 20 gallon bucket sweet potato garden."

    MCM chicken coop--with a rain barrel

    Live in an area where a hot bed would help with growing your vegetables? Try this clever, creative way to build a hot bed out of recycled glass bottles. It works!

    If I had a rain barrel, I'd want it to be something like this one: pretty, not to big, with plants growing on top. Maybe even incorporated into my deck.

    Small Backyard Landscape Update - The Seasoned Homemaker