Residential Rainwater Harvesting: Community Action to Protect the Rio Grande
Virtual webinar June 14-16, 5:30-7p.m.
On-site info-session June 19, 9a.m.-noon
Residential Rainwater Harvesting: Community Action to Protect the Rio Grande, a webinar and instructional video series, offers expert advice about low-tech, low-cost, low-maintenance rainwater harvesting techniques and an opportunity to join a community effort to reduce pollution in the Rio Grande. We are offering a variety of ways for you to learn how to create your own residential rainwater harvesting features, or Green Stormwater Infrastructure. Join us for a webinar series, explore our instructive videos on your own, or drop by an info-session to speak with our team of experts and take a look at the Gutiérrez Hubbell House rainwater harvesting basin in person. The training will encourage you to become a rainwater harvesting ambassador who can help develop a network of small, simple rainwater capture installations in the Middle Rio Grande watershed.
Monday, June 14-Wednesday, June 16
5:30-7 p.m. via Zoom
Join us for a 3-part webinar series featuring the premiere of our instructional videos followed by your chance to ask our team questions. If you cannot make all three sessions, we will post videos at a later date so you can review them or catch up on content you missed. The three-part series addresses:
- Mon June 14: Designing Rainwater Harvesting Features
- Tues June 15: Installation of Rainwater Harvesting Features
- Wed June 16: Care & Maintenance of Rainwater Harvesting Features
Instructional Video Series
If you can’t make it to our webinar series, you can still learn about installing residential e rainwater harvesting features through our series of instructional videos. The videos will be available at URL for view starting in early June.
Saturday, June 19, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – noon
On-Site Info-Session with our team of experts at Gutiérrez Hubbell House
Registration for June 19: https://cerv.is/m?0097gaGwzBD
Description: Visit the new rainwater harvesting installation at Gutiérrez Hubbell House to get an idea of what you might do at your own home. Interact in person with our team of experts. We recommend that you enroll in the webinar (https://cerv.is/m?0097gYXdzMV) or watch our installation video series before the info-session. This session is drop-in so you may come at any time over the morning. Please register at https://cerv.is/m?0097gaGwzBD in advance for this free program.
Gutiérrez Hubbell House is a NM-Safe Certified cultural institution. At this time, all Bernalillo County Open Space properties continue to follow covid-safe practice for public events, including wearing a mask and social distancing. A mask will be provided if you do not have one.