A Guide for backyard, neighborhood, and commerical gardens.
You can save money, conserve water, reduce flooding, and grow a happier tree with rainwater harvesting! Your tree prefers rainwater over municipal water – which is higher in minerals and salts.
Plants native to the Sonoran desert can survive on local rainfall. Following the establishment of your new tree in your yard, ~2-3 years, they do not need extra irrigation Creating a rain basin is a simple and inexpensive way to harvest rainwater, allow it to soak deeply into the soil, and provide ample water for your tree.
WMG was honored to have 20 students from Mexico and Guatemala participating in the Study of US Institute (SUSI) visit our Living Lab & Learning Center in July 2014. And we're so proud to share this amazing video they produced about their experience here.