Desert rain gardens do more than just harvest rain - they are living, ecological systems that improve the health of our environment. Rain gardening can help reduce flooding, water native plants and trees, grow food plants, sink rain into our aquifer and keep pollution out of our groundwater, create habitat, shade and cool streets and buildings, and beautify our homes and neighborhoods.
Happy National Arbor Day! In recognition of Arbor Day, we want to celebrate everyone who helped dig basins and plant trees this spring.
This BYOB (Build Your Own Bain) video with Joaquin was created as part of the Recharge the Rain program with AZ Project Wet and some students.
What's a basin, anyhow? How do I build one? Take a less-than-three-minute break and find out!
WMG’s Cultural Ecologist Joaquin and WMG Docent Christian love to watch the rain “do its thing” on their site as it slowly spreads and infiltrates into their rain gardens.
Living Lab Program Manager Malissa Hubbard walks us through what and how to seed save!
Learn from Sky Jacobs, Administrator and IT Manager, how to support people and the environment by pruning trees in your neighborhood!
Learn how to Build Your Own Basin in WMG's first-ever zine!
¡Cuencamelo todo! Aprende a construir tu propia cuenca con el primer zine de WMG.
WMG and Esperero Canyon Middle School working together to create rainwater harvesting features at the school through the NOAA "Recharge the Rain" grant, in collaboration with Arizona Project WET.