It’s fall. Have you hugged your hugel today?
In these years of drought, rainwater catchment makes more sense than ever. Rain costs nothing and is free of hard minerals and chlorine. Plants love it.
The 50-gallon rainwater barrels that were all the rage a few years ago now appear inadequate for many because they’re too small for when they’re really needed, holding barely enough for a few watering cycles. And in Southern California they may not get refilled for months.