Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond by Brad Lancaster

Earthworks & Landscape Creation

Arizona

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Tucson

Dryland Design
Offers high-quality craftsmanship in water harvesting at the residential and commercial level.  Rainwater active and passive. Greywater active and passive. Full system design and build. Consultations. 
www.drylanddesign.com

Green Cloud Landscapes
Specializing in landscape design with site-specific water-harvesting techniques. Licensed, bonded, insured.
greencloudlandscapes.com

Native Roots Gardening
Omar Ore-Giron provides native-plant care and water-harvesting strategies, including implementation and maintenance of passive water-harvesting strategies. 
nativeroots.az@gmail.com

Realm
In addition to water harvesting, greywater systems, and indoor and outdoor design/installation/maintenance, Realm focuses on continuing education, involvement with local business associations and supporting causes that have a positive impact on our community.
www.RealmEnvironments.com

Water Harvesting International/Mark Ragel
A full-service, licensed, bonded, and insured water-harvesting contractor and consulting company, WHI offers a range of services from design and installation of passive water-harvesting earthworks to capture water on site for native desert landscaping (working with DIYers or landscape architects), to cistern design/engineering/installation, irrigation, greywater, swimming-pool conversion, pumping, and drinking-water filtration services – see those sections of this website, visit their website, or contact them for details. WHI works directly with homeowners, general contractors and architects.
www.waterharvestingint.com

markaragel@gmail.com

Watershed Management Group
Workshops on water harvesting (greywater and rainwater), Water Harvesting Co-op program to assist homeowners in implementing practices, free and public water harvesting demonstration sites around Tucson, collaboration with schools, homeowners, neighborhoods, organizations, and more to implement collaborative and sustainable solutions.
www.watershedmg.org

Wildworks Landscapes Inc.
Russ Buhrow & Dottie Motheral
(520) 743-1309


Phoenix

Watershed Management Group
Workshops on water harvesting (greywater and rainwater), Water Harvesting Co-op program to assist homeowners in implementing practices, free and public water harvesting demonstration sites around Phoenix, collaboration with schools, homeowners, neighborhoods, organizations, and more to implement collaborative and sustainable solutions.
www.watershedmg.org

California

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WhollyH2O
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.
www.whollyh2o.org

Central Sierra/Groveland
Watershed Progressive

Los Angeles & Orange County
Hey!TanksLA
Scott Mathers and crew’s practices and methods are derived from Brad’s and Art Ludwig’s books, as well as their own experiences installing water harvesting systems. They strive to introduce, incorporate, and promote integrated design into all their installations as appropriate. Hey!Tanks LA is committed to helping Southern California residents and businesses reduce their water usage to more sustainable levels. They strive to use resources that are already abundant and available onsite, and put them to beneficial use indoors or outdoors. Their aim is to design and build water harvesting systems that integrate your landscape, your dwelling, your lifestyle, and our planet. Services offered: Rainwater collection and storage, Greywater, Landscape Design: Water Harvesting Earthworks, and AC Condensate / Cooling Tower Blowdown.
www.heytanksla.com

Sacramento
Roberts Landscape
www.robertslandscape.com

San Diego

H2OME
brook@h2o-me.com

RainThanks
Specializing in greywater-fed edible landscapes.
www.rainthanks.com

Santa Barbara

Wilson Environmental Landscape Design
www.WELDesign.net

Sonoma County

AP Rainwater Harvesting & Greywater Harvesting Solutions
www.greenhousecollective.com/ap-rainwater-and-graywater-gardens.html

New Mexico

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Albuquerque
Soilutions, Inc./Jim Brooks

www.soilutions.net

Santa Fe

Ecoscapes Landscaping

www.ecoscapesnm.com

PermaDesign – Santa Fe Permaculture
www.sfpermaculture.com

The RainCatcher Incorporated
www.theraincatcher.com

San Isidro Permaculture
A sustainable landscaping consultancy firm with a strong focus on water systems such as rainwater catchment and greywater reuse.
www.sipermaculture.com
jeremiah@sipermaculture.com

Southwest Urban Hydrology
www.SouthwestUrbanHydrology.com

Watershed Artisans
www.WatershedArtisans.com

 

Silver City

Stream Dynamics, Inc.
www.StreamDynamics.us

 

 

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