Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond by Brad Lancaster

Curb-Core / Curb-Cut Maintenance Agreement

We’ve found it is essential people have a clear understanding of what is expected of them, and their responsibilities when they install a street runoff-harvesting earthwork in the public right-of-way adjoining their property.

So we use the maintenance agreement linked below, and submit it with the permit we file with the City.

Curb-Core / Curb-Cut Maintenance Agreement

The Neighborhood Foresters is an example of a neighborhood entity/program that can educate and support people in that maintenance.


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The Umbrella: Summer 2020

THE UMBRELLA: A catch-all of resources, events, media, and more from Brad Lancaster In this time of Covid-19 and spending more time at home to be safe, I’ve been grateful for the solace, inspiration, and bountiful sustenance my water-harvesting gardens, landscape, and neighborhood forest has provided me, my family, friends, and neighbors. Record summer heat […]

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