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    • Christy

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

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      The Family Handyman directions for DIY Rain Barrel

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

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

    • Robert Gardner

      Rain water collection and storage. Great idea and economical.

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