Scott McBride wrote:Most of what I read about water management was written about areas with little rainfall and where water conservation is of utmost importance. The west slopes of the northern Cascades where I live is not such an area. Different sources put this area at around 50 inches of rain annually. So, I am wondering what systems or strategies other Cascadians are using to manage excess water. We have plans for rainwater catchment and grey water irrigation systems to help in the dry months. What else is going on out there? What do you do with all of this water? Is it something that you manage or do you let it run downhill? Interested in any an all discussion. Thanks!
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