Rodger Sargent of GrowWater.org harvested 15,000 gallons of rainwater in one winter in this Carmichael rain garden, planted with California native flowers. Rain gardens have become a useful alternative during the state's drought. Debbie Arrington darrington@sacbee.com
Rodger Sargent of GrowWater.org harvested 15,000 gallons of rainwater in one winter in this Carmichael rain garden, planted with California native flowers. Rain gardens have become a useful alternative during the state's drought. Debbie Arrington darrington@sacbee.com

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Carmichael ‘rain garden’ overflows with native flowers

April 08, 2016 7:00 AM

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