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  • Lindalee Stovall

    Reusing rain water for your yard, and other creative yard art and gardening ideas.

  • Rachel Barnum

    diy rain barrel. save on your water bill by using rainwater for yard work!

  • Rosie Makes It Easy

    rain water collection with hose collection DIY rain barrel, trash can rain water collection,

  • John Willingham

    the Family Handyman DIY rain barrel

  • Kristin Schnegelberger

    Pretty clever and easy way to make your own rainwater collection and storage system. with as little rain as we are gonna be getting all the extra water we can save will be helpful with our new house and yard.

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This is a little bit misleading because there is no way you're gonna get that kind of spray pressure out of a rain barrel without it being extremely full and the hose dropping elevation a LOT. If you has a flat yard the lack of pressure is, unfortuately, disappointing. :( Still love my 3 rain barrels but...we are doing this come spring time!

rain water in a green effort to conserve water consumption. this one is homemade for about $40

DIY- Rain Barrel with spigot- also, attractive way to display it! This is a great idea for catching/storing rain water!

Make a rain barrel from a garbage can. I've been wanting more rainbarrels, but too much $. this sounds great!

DIY - Rain Barrel Want to do this when we get our own place.Germany has taught me the benifits of recycling somethign I will always do from now on!

DIY rain chain. I've loved rain chains from the first moment I saw them. This one looks so easy!

Rain Water Harvesting: Water Self Sufficient Home

Rain chains are a beautiful and functional alternative to traditional, closed gutter downspouts. Guiding rain water visibly down chains or cups from the roof to the ground, rain chains transform a plain gutter downspout into a pleasing water feature. From the soft tinkling of individual droplets to the soothing rush of white water, they are a treat to listen to. They are widely used in Japan.