Not only is rainwater harvesting an excellent alternative source for emergency water but it is also high octane for your landscaping.  When you’re not using this as an emergency water source your plants will love it.  You’ll see greener foliage and more vibrant colored flowers.

You’ll need to go to the Texas A&M Rainwater Harvesting site to complete this challenge.  Remember do not use “www” when typing in the below web address.

Challenge Resources:

  1. Rainwater Harvesting Videos: http://rainwaterharvesting.tamu.edu/
  1. Do not use “www” when entering the above URL.
  1. ARCSA www.arcsa.org (Certified Rainwater System Installers)

Here’s your challenge:

  1. Go to the Texas A & M Rainwater Harvesting site.

Click on Images & Video tab in the menu bar and scroll down to the bottom of the page.

  1. View the Rainwater Capture Introduction video.  Use the small version if you have a slow connection.
  1. View the Rain Barn video.
  1. View the Rainwater Capture on the Freeman Ranch video.
  1. View the Rainwater Capture on a Greenhouse video.
  1. View the Rainwater Capture on the Menard Showbarn video.
  1. View the Rainwater Capture with a Rainbarrel video.

Don’t forget to go to our Blog and download this challenge and reflection to score your progress.  The link can be found at the bottom of the challenge.

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