Up Close and Personal | Rainwater Harvesting in Los Angeles

Published on September 21, 2015

Mike Garcia gives a peek at his rainwater harvesting system at his home in Los Angeles, as recent rains have filled his underground system with about 2,500 gallons of rain in a couple of days. Mike provides a tour of how this rain water is used in his beautiful pastoral backyard, which includes a pond and many floral components.

Recent Feature Article >> Rainwater Harvesting: Conserving Earth’s most precious resource

Mike Garcia is the founder of Enviroscape LA, visit www.EnviroscapeLA.com for more information.

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