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Learn How to Collect Rainwater at Rain Barrel Workshop

Post Date:10/07/2022

image of two large blue barrels with spigots at bottomWith water becoming an even more scarce commodity in Colorado, Arapahoe County is hosting two workshops this month for citizens interested in capturing rainwater in a barrel.

The county, in cooperation with numerous partners, is hosting rain barrel workshops October 21 and 28. Space is limited, so register now to attend. The workshop fee is $20 and includes a rain barrel and water collection kit. There also are a limited number of scholarships available for the workshops. For those interested in a scholarship, contact Lisa Knerr, Arapahoe County environmental program manager, at 720-874-6525.

Rain collection is legal in Colorado for residents who can install two 55-gallon rain barrels per property. Colorado gets an average of 16 inches of rain per year, and a 1,000-square-foot-roof can yield more than 600 gallons of water, which is plenty of rain to fill two 55-gallon barrels.

When: 2 to 4 p.m., Friday, October 21
10 a.m. to noon, Friday, October 28
Where: City of Greenwood Village offices, 10001 East Costilla Avenue

Click here for more information about the Rain Barrel Workshop

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