Rain Barrels (San Juan Capistrano) — February 23

Rain Barrels Demonstration (San Juan Capistrano) — February 23, 2014  1:00 PM

The following is from http://www.meetup.com/InlandValleybacktobasics/events/165898622/?a=ea1_grp&rv=ea1:

The Ecology Center
32701 Alipaz St., San Juan Capistrano, CA

Sorry again that this is not closer. If anyone seeing this has anything knowledge of collecting rain water and would be open for a future demonstration, please contact me so we can get a date on the calendar. For now, I’m sharing this one from the San Diego Homesteader’s meetup page.  THIS WILL BE A NO HOST EVENT.

Explore the basics of rainwater harvesting, different types of barrels, features, and installation methods. Take home a barrel and installation instructions.

Join us to inside Tools for Change, our general store, for an exclusive talk and demonstration on rainwater harvesting and rain barrels. Explore different types of rain barrels and understand the tools, materials, and methods of installation.

Take home hands-on experience, and installation instructions start harvesting the rain for a healthy watershed today!

A rain barrels allows you to capture and use the rain that falls on your roof, rather than letting it runoff to pollute our watershed and ocean. Use it to irrigate your garden for healthier plants at no cost! Just grab a barrel, attach it to your downspout, and you can save over 1600 gallons with just 1 inch of rain (Southern California receives an average of 10-15 inches)! So, what are you waiting for?

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