Explore Rainwater Cistern, Rainwater Tank, and more!

Conserve Water with a rainwater cistern tank and gravity watering system. Read about it in the Homesteading and Livestock Blog from MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

Conserving Water with a Rainwater Cistern Tank and Gravity Watering System - Homesteading and Livestock Blog

A gravity watering system can consist of a cistern to save roof top rain water and elevated tanks to gravity feed this water to your garden. As climate change makes rain less predictable, you can both water your garden and help save ground water.

RainSaucers - Photos

Customer in Arkansas first to put an 84 RainSaucer on a 270 gallon IBC Tote. This setup is uphill from the home. She plans on feeding it to a small water tower near the garden for easy irrigation. - Gardening Go

rainwater bladder under deck | ... to a below ground rainwater cistern the rainwater pillow which was

If you're looking for a cost effective alternative to a below ground rainwater cistern, the Rainwater Pillow, which was on display at Greenbuild NEXT, may be your answer. Easy to locate under a deck or in a crawl

Bold and Bright Flower Garden  Add sizzle to your summer with the bold red, orange, and yellow tones found in this 5-by-6-foot garden. Featuring tough plants such as yarrow, sedum, daylilies, and more, you can count on this border to look good no matter how hot it gets.

Small-Garden Plans and Ideas

DIY Garden Utility Cart - Get an illustrated, do it yourself building guide at Lowe's Creative Ideas

Tubtrug Colander - rinse off vegetables and then use that to water plants ...

Garden Idea: Rinse veggies right in the garden and then re-use the water on the plants. Plastic bucket and small laundry basket/colander from Dollar Tree would do nicely.

The best RAIN BARREL for less than $15, and where to find a barrel   :   Instructables

The Best RAIN BARREL for Less Than $15, and Where to Find a Barrel

Using a rain barrel can save you a significant amount of money in a season. For each inch of rain that falls on 500 square feet of roof, you can collect 300 gallons of water to use in your garden, or your lawn. If we ever got rain.

DIY Rain Barrel from a 275 Gallon IBC Water Tote | Gentleman Homestead Consulting

We’ve previously talked about Why You Want Rain Catchment and how to easily build a DIY 55 Gallon Rain Barrel. Well, a couple weeks ago I decided my puny little guys needed a little something…

Modern Cisterns & Rain Harvest Technology, hidden under the back deck.  I love this solution.

Modern Cisterns & Rain Harvest Technology, hidden under the back deck. Maybe dug in at the edge of the patio off studio. So accessible for maintenance, but more hidden!

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