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GSBN:Rainwater harvest

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Although there has been little rain to harvest this year -- in
most years rainwater harvesting would be very beneficial for water
supply and water course/stormwater management.
The state of Texas has done a very good job of promoting
rainwater harvesting and even have a 66 page guide on line
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Tucson also has done a good job, with their Casa del Agua.
Many California cities have made rainwater harvesting nearly
impossible or discouraged homeowners and businesses that wanted to
install systems.
San Diego could be a California leader by preparing a manual and
developing a Casa del Agua for our situation. This could be near
Balboa Park, Tecolote Canyon or Bay Ho.

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David Bainbridge 
Environmental Studies Coordinator 
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10455 Pomerado Road 
San Diego, CA 92131 
Fax (858) 635-4730 
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