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Storing and utilizing moisture that has fallen from the sky is an ancient tradition gaining renewed respect during this millennium in various locations around the globe. Collection systems dating back four thousand years have been found in the Negev Desert of Israel. Rainwater harvesting entails the capture, diversion, and/or storage of rain for irrigation or personal uses such as cleaning, or a possible source of potable water. The projects I create redirect water from the roof through gravity-fed methods for xeriscape (low-water-use) gardens.

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