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DIY walkway. use a picture frame with multiple spaces, and a $4.00 bag of cement. Prettier and cheaper way to do a walk.....like!

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Rain Barrels, Chicken Coops, and Solar Panels

Rain Barrels, Chicken Coops & #Solar Panels: Projects To Get You Off The Grid. #eco #green #sustainability #permaculture #environment #energy #urbanagriculture #agriculture #water

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DIY Dry Creek Beds

DIY Dry Creek Beds • Wonderful Ideas and Tutorials!

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20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips and Ideas (with pictures!)

Rain barrel. Note spigot on bottom, overflow valve on top. 20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips And Ideas

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Make a Rain Barrel to Save Water

DIY Rain Barrel

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Affix wood to barrel - method 1

Stylish and Low Cost 55 Gallon Drum Planters | See more about rain barrels, barrel planter and water barrel.

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Make a Rain Barrel to Save Water

Rain barrels are a great way to save water and money -- and making a DIY rain barrel helps you save even more! Make your own today.

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Recycled Pallet Rain Barrel Stand

Pallet rain barrel stand for collecting rain water to use in your garden. Money saver!

Installing a rain barrel directly under a downspout is one of the more efficient methods to harvest rainwater. I love the brass spout on this one too! What do you think?

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DIY Sea Glass Personalized Candle Jars

clever idea: planters from pavers

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Top 50 Money-Saving Tips

Reuse rainwater with these barrels made from trash cans. Placed underneath your home's downspout, a rain barrel can help conserve water (and money) by capturing rain runoff from the roof. You can then use that water for the garden. You'll find a variety of barrels available online: Look for ones that have a spigot for a house attachment. Or make your own from large plastic trash containers. You can purchase a pump to help deliver the water through your hose,