We are proud to have been recently featured in the Durango Herald, in an article about our Passive Rainwater Harvesting Landscapes! In March, Eva and Colleen travelled to Tucson, Arizona for an intensive 7-day course about passive rainwater harvesting and how to maximize the ability to collect rainwater in a landscape. They are now both Certified Water Harvesting Practitioners.
After hardly a winter last year, I am feeling enthusiastic about it this time around. I had to laugh thinking about this the other day. I know some of you will understand and I hope it brings you a smile too.
In sharp contrast to my midwestern upbringing, being a Coloradan means: you just might shovel snow with sandals on, there's good reason to wear a wide brimmed hat in the winter time, you get giddy talking with friends and strangers alike about how great it is that's going to precipitate in the winter, and the sun is so intense you can feel hot when it’s only 20 degrees Fahrenheit outside.