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Really weird and interesting elements in an urban permaculture system

 
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Michael - I'll bet you've seen a ton of interesting elements included in urban permaculture systems - could you tell us about some of your favorites?
 
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Here are some fun "plays" with rainwater harvesting systems.



Ferrocement urn cistern designed and constructed by Art Ludwig of OasisDesign.net



Show the Flow. Water flows down steel downspout to raingarden. Steelhead trout swim up to the roof source. Insurance office, Portland, Oregon. From Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond, Volume 2.



Seattle Drink Cistern (photographer unknown)


 
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I want the cup and straw one.
 
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