ReEnlivening, ReWilding, and ReHydrating Our Communities
Brad Lancaster is the author of Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond, Volumes 1 and 2. He thrives on the harvest of free, on-site waters, as he harvests 100,000 gallons annually on his family's oasis-like 1/8th-acre urban lot and surrounding public right-of-way in Tucson. He has helped tens of thousands of other people along with cities, water departments, and agricultural services to similarly "plant" the rain to give back more water than we take in a way that mitigates drought and flooding.
In this talk, Lancaster will show you how we can easily and inexpensively capture, use, recycle, and reinvest on-site waters such as rain, stormwater, graywater, dark graywater, air-conditioning condensate so that we take no water from others, while enhancing our local and global hydrology.
This event has reached capacity. Please arrive early to ensure your seat, we will be allowing un-registered guests into the event 5 minutes before it starts. Thank you.
A light lunch will be served.
12:00 - 1:15 p.m.