Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond by Brad Lancaster

Mechanized Earthwork Creation/Excavation


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John Litzel of Little John Excavating
John is a master backhoe operator who understands water-harvesting earthworks, and does the best backhoe work I’ve seen yet.
(520) 730-9350

Goodwillie Earthworks
Aaron Goodwillie can utilize his bobcat and/or trackhoe (32-inch width) to access hard-to-reach areas. He has a 7-cubic-yard dump truck for material delivery or removal. He charges $200 for the first 2 hours each day, and $85 per hour for each hour thereafter.
(520) 490-6956


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This site is a comprehensive information center for efficiency, rainwater, graywater, stormwater and black water management, capture and reuse.  You can find Products and Services from around the state and country, links to Rebates and Incentives, a Calendar of statewide water events, Tips, Best Practices, Demonstration Projects, Films, Blogs, an Art Gallery, and much more.

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The Umbrella: Spring Equinox 2017

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from Brad Lancaster
Spring Equinox 2017
Around here we like to rhyme with the seasons whenever possible. In this case, that means welcoming the fast-approaching beginning of SPRING (the Vernal Equinox (in the northern hemisphere) is March 20 this year in Tucson, and marks one of only two […]

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