Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond by Brad Lancaster

Guided Tour of Tucson, Arizona Water-Harvesting Sites

December 1, 2007
8:00 amto4:30 pm

Saturday, December 1, 2007
8am to 4:30pm
Sponsored by the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and the Tucson Botanical Gardens
This tour will be kicked off with an inspiring presentation on the potential of rainwater harvesting, then proceed to tour neighborhood-based traffic calming/water-harvesting systems; a home harvesting rainwater,greywater, street runoff, and more; a water-harvesting community garden; and the Milagro co-housing site where permeable pavement is used throughout the parking lot, the common landscape is irrigated by harvested rainwater and recycled “wastewater”, and more. Contact the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum (Sonya Norman at snorman@desertmuseum.org or 883-3030) or Tucson Botanical Gardens to register. $42 members; $46 non-members.

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