Make the Most of Rainfall

Free water: how to store rainfall in your soil!

As gardeners, water is one of our most precious resources, and for some of us, an increasingly scarce one. These clever and simple techniques will help you go beyond merely good design to masterful eco-planning.

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We all get free water as rainfall, so it makes sense to design your land to store this valuable resource where it lands.

This course includes two clever techniques that will help you understand water planning at a high level, as well as practical step-by-step instructions for how to put it into action. You'll know how to use these eco-innovations to improve the health of your soil and make your garden more drought resistant.

What's included in this course:

  • Unit 1: Use swales to keep rainfall where it belongs (article)
  • Unit 2: How does water flow on your property (activity)
  • Unit 3: Understanding keyline (article)

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