Posts Tagged "water"

Rainwater

Posted by on Nov 7, 2013 in Uncategorized

Rainwater

Conscious people value water in the critical times we are experiencing. We are filling our buckets with roof harvested rainwater and adding earthworm leachate to drench and nourish recently planted trees. Using leachate harvested from a waste fed system and using captured rainwater raises the sustainability of trees planted in a parking lot. Future shade, wind breaks and bird sanctuaries will contribute to a balanced environment and will offset some of the carbon footprint....

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Fire and water

Posted by on Aug 19, 2013 in Worm Farm

Fire and water

Fire and water, elements in creation and destruction, all too evident in this picture. This large plastic water tank was superheated in a devastating fire on an adjacent farm. Two tanks, side by side both melted and malformed down to the level of the water within. After the fire had roared past and all danger abated we rescued these valuable sculptures and brought them to the worm farm to conserve water for our vegetable garden. Definitely a case of recycle, re-use, the...

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