June 5, 2012 by Zee
There are two respectives of tools for the environment service community.
Organic and Inorganic
This post discusses the organic needs of the community that could be redistributed or gathered amongst members.
The need for rainwater surplus can be unforeseen and daunting to new gardeners.
Many community gardens have contracts for water delivery when sources nearby cannot be located.
Nevertheless, water surplus and storage is a necessary part of sustainable planning.
Transportation and delivery problems, infrastructure emergencies, drought, water diversion and many other things can prevent access to water for community gardens.
Novice gardeners may also underestimate the amount of water necessary to sustain crops.
I propose an action group I’ll call
This group could/would
Secure space and containers for water storage
Evaluate possible transportation and delivery options of water to scheduled/requested sites
Have time available at water storage site for water donations
Coordinate water fundraisers (money or water); individual donations of bottles or jugs
Evaluate and install rainwater, storm runoff systems in garden sites
Gray water collection
*raise money for global access clean drinking water and agriculture