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Rainwater Harvesting Maps and Resources



 Presentations and Meeting Info

  • See links below to Videos and Speaker Series details as presented at PAG's Sustainability and Energy Expo, which was held March 6-7, 2009. A Desert Rainwater Harvest Forum included discussions led by local experts.
  • PAG's Rainwater Harvesting Resolutionwas adopted by the Regional Council on Oct. 9, 2008. The resolution identifies rainwater harvesting as a practice that is beneficial to the proper management of water in a desert environment and encourages member jurisdictions to take action to increase the use of water harvesting.
  • Watershed Planning Subcommittee Minutes including presentation from James MacAdam, Watershed Management Group, regarding a grassroots model for empowering demographics in water sustainability efforts through accessible RWH techniques.
  • Environmental Planning Advisory Committee minutes, including a presentation from Brad Lancaster, local author of Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands, discussing RWH incorporation into water resource management.  Ann Audrey, City of Tucson's Office of Conservation and Sustainable Development, provided information on the city's current RWH policies.

 RWH Events in the Community:

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What is RWH?


Rainwater harvesting (RWH) is gathering and keeping rainwater close to where it falls for beneficial use, such as watering your trees.


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