Co-authored by Martin Winiecki and Leila Dregger http://firstname.lastname@example.org
[fb_vid id=”1897201583905829″]This concrete can absorb water to minimize the risk of a flooding on the streets 🌧
Collecting rain water helps the garden during dry spells and saves money 💵
This article is about how we partnered with my mother in law and transformed her property into a permaculture oasis.
Check out the link below for a free download of the new greywater handbook I collaborated on with Art Ludwig of Oasis Design.
Cape Town is close to becoming the first major city in the world to run out of water. As the South African city confronts its water crisis, scientists in Canada warn that a similar situation is possible here.
We think of Canada as a water-rich country, but we are not immune to water shortages or disasters. With some advance planning, Canada can avoid a water catastrophe.
The day that Cape Town South Africa runs out of water could be this year.
South Africa will use the country’s military to protect Cape Town’s water supply in the event the city of about four million is forced to shut off its taps on “Day Zero,” the day supplies dry up.