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EL-5518: Making a Rain Barrel
210550, 15; 227550, 85;
2014 July Reprint
Free electronic download. Rainwater harvesting is an easy way to capture rainwater in a storage container for later use. The water can be used for watering plants and pets or filling bird baths or landscape water features. Capturing rainwater reduces the amount of municipal or well water you need to use and reduces runoff and erosion. With the simple steps described in this publication, you can make a rain barrel for your home. Go to:
to order printed copies in English. Go to:
to order a free electronic download in Spanish. (6 pp., 20 photographs, 2 diagrams) By: Dotty Woodson, Billy Kniffen, Brent Clayton
E-176: What's In My Water?
E-106: Rangeland Watershed Management for Texans: Are Your Streams Healthy?
SC-018: TWON: Managing Hazardous Materials to Protect Groundwater
ESP-391: Upper Texas Gulf Coast Pothole Wetlands: New Research Shows Significant and Profound Hydrologic Connections to Galveston Bay and Other Area Waters
E-105: Rangeland Watershed Management for Texans: Know Your Plants to Protect Your Watershed
ESC-021: Don't Drug Your Drain: Dispose of Medicines and Personal Care Products Properly
L-5532: Improving Water Quality with Grassed Waterways
B-6233: What is the Fate of Your Rainfall? Fact Sheet
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