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& New Nontraditional Programs
Feature Article: Helping
the Environment by Catching Water
Cathy Sabota, Horticulture Specialist, Ret.
The reduction in rainfall in the Southeast
since 2005 has created an increased awareness that water is not
an infinite resource, and if we do not manage it correctly, it
may not be there tomorrow. Rainwater harvesting is the collection
and storage of rainwater for irrigation, flushing toilets, or
Find out more about Helping the Environment
by Catching Water.
Increasingly social scientists, environmentalists,
and other professionals are studying how nature affects human
behavior. These pages provide vital information on the relationship
between plants and people in building happy & healthy communities.
Cooperative Extension Sysem
Urban Affairs & New Nontraditional Programs
Alabama A&M University
P.O. Box 967
Normal, AL 35762
Editor: Wendi Williams
Jean Hall Dwyer
May 22, 2013
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