Why Harvest Rainwater?

Rainwater harvesting may sound like something from a quaint, simple gardening age gone by. But there’s never been a more important time to collect the rain.

Captured rain provides valuable benefits to landscapes, communities and the planet — not to mention your wallet. Collecting rainwater reduces municipal and well-water demand, helps control run-off and keeps plants healthy. From small-scale home systems to institutional total hydrology planning, Skywater’s rainwater collection strategies are a proven way to protect and sustain our precious environment.

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Frequently asked questions — and answers — about the pros and cons of rainwater collection.

See Who Else is Harvesting the Rain

Revitalizing a Desert Metropolis

Commercial-scale rainwater collection for affordable 55+ housing. Phoenix, Ariz.

Natural History, Sustainably

Nature, art and education meet in this sustainably designed nature center. Walker, Ariz.

Regenerative Urban Bio-Basin System

Bio-basins and regenerative design transform an eyesore into a thriving part of the ecosystem. Prescott, Ariz.

River as Heart

Total hydrology planning, permaculture and regenerative design meet in this master-plan update for a resort on the Colorado River. Moab, Utah

Teaching by Example

Rainwater harvesting lets sustainable student housing double as an outdoor classroom. Prescott, Ariz.

Community Center Bio-Remediation

Bio-basin networks capture rain and filter pollutants at this city community center. Prescott, Ariz.

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