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Do's & Don't When Making A Rain Barrel For Rainwater Collection - The Fun Times Guide to Household Tips

Do's & Don't When Making A Rain Barrel For Rainwater Collection - The Fun Times Guide to Household Tips

VERY good info on rain barrels. Several examples and some crafty ones too

VERY good info on rain barrels. Several examples and some crafty ones too

This solar powered rain barrel pump system provides pressurized pumping through a garden hose with no electrical outlet required. High powered system pumps up to 100 gallons on a single charge. There’s no need to elevate your rain barrel to extract the water or install expensive electrical pumps. Solar energy pumps with enough force … Continue reading »

This solar powered rain barrel pump system provides pressurized pumping through a garden hose with no electrical outlet required. High powered system pumps up to 100 gallons on a single charge. There’s no need to elevate your rain barrel to extract the water or install expensive electrical pumps. Solar energy pumps with enough force … Continue reading »

Transform an old garbage can into a vessel for collecting rainwater.  Get the tutorial at Crafty Lane.

16 Garden Hacks You'd Never Think to Try

Transform an old garbage can into a vessel for collecting rainwater. Get the tutorial at Crafty Lane.

How to Build a Rain Barrel, Plus Care and Maintenance

How to Build a Rain Barrel, Plus Care and Maintenance

How to Build a Rain Barrel, Plus Care and Maintenance Common Sense Homesteading (adding a second barrel)

100-Year-Old Way to Filter Rainwater in a Barrel - If you want filtered water right from a rain barrel this is for you. For gardening, rainwater is, naturally, best unfiltered, But for household use, the vintage book says the following instructions yield a cheap and easy way to make a filter just as good as a patent filter costing 10 times as much.

100-Year-Old Way to Filter Rainwater in a Barrel - If you want filtered water right from a rain barrel this is for you. For gardening, rainwater is, naturally, best unfiltered, But for household use, the vintage book says the following instructions yield a cheap and easy way to make a filter just as good as a patent filter costing 10 times as much.

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