Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond by Brad Lancaster

“Plant the Rain” Caps

$25 each

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These adjustable one-size-fits-most 100% organic-cotton baseball caps come in two colors:

Earth Brown and Pacific Blue (each of which has a slightly different logo):

The Earth Brown cap has an embroidered triptych logo on the front with three “panels” or steps: 1. Dig basin… 2. Plant seed & rain… 3. Abundance grows!

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The Pacific Blue cap has an embroidered logo on the front showing, in an all-in-one graphic, the components and resulting abundance that comes from planting the rain

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Both caps have the title of my book series, Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond, embroidered on the back to direct people to those great resources which will enable them to effectively Plant the Rain to grow abundance.

If you have read my books, and put any of their methods into practice, then you are a perfect person to wear these hats!

Why? Because people are drawn to these hats and intrigued by the idea of Planting the Rain, which typically leads to a compliment, and one of two things:

  • Folks asking the wearer of the hat what Planting the Rain and water harvesting is all about (and you can tell them!)


  • Fellow water harvesters, fellow planters of the rain, recognizing and greeting the wearer of the hat as one of their happy tribe (which you are!)

The hats are made of 100% organic cotton, and the logos were designed and embroidered in my home of Tucson, Arizona. Thanks to Kay Sather and Teri Bingham for teaming with me on the design!

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