ARCSA is excited to share the winners of our first photo contest! Many of these terrific images will be used in an upcoming fundraising brochure that will highlight the importance of rainwater harvesting and our collective accomplishments. Thank you for the more than 150 entries we received!
If you are as inspired as we were, you may be interested in joining our Fundraising Committee. Contact John Hammerstrom for details at email@example.com or 305.852.8722.
Check Out the Winning Photos:
Carpenter Hill Elementary School, Buda, TX.; 106,000 gallons rainwater storage; Submitted by HarveyJack, wh2o
Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science, University of California, Davis; 180,000 gallons rainwater storage; waterstoragetanksinc.com, Submitted by HarveyJack, wh2o
Vortex pre-filter; Career and Technology Academy, Charleston (SC) County Schools; rainwaterresources.com; Submitted by Denis Rochat
50-gallon rain barrel, US made, recycled plastic, screened, opaque, locking lid, linkable; RainWaterSolutions.com; Submitted by Mike Ruck
This elegant fence also serves as aqueduct, carrying rainwater overhead to cistern. Loop Design; loop-d.net; Submitted by Christy Seals
School, Makali, Sierra Leone; 20,000 liters of rainwater storage; 90 inches annual rainfall; RainBank.info; Submitted by Ken Blair
LEED platinum home built by Devon Johnson; rainwater provides 100% landscaping needs by gravity alone (synthetic turf);urbanfarmerstore.com;
Submitted by Jeff Parker
Residential garden, Atlanta, GA; 3,150 gallons of rainwater with battery powered pump supplies 1,800-sq ft garden; therainsaver.com; Submitted by Steve Williams
New Orleans, 1000-gallon pillow installed under home in horizontal, wasted space; rainwaterpillow.com; Submitted by Jim Harrington