About the Cold Climate Housing Research Center
Best Management Practices for Rainwater Catchment Systems in Alaska
Setting up a water catchment system
Swales and Berms
Infiltration and Flow-Through Planters
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Rainwater Catchment Systems
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Capturing, filtering, and redirecting rainwater can serve as a powerful resource for your domestic water needs, particularly in cold, rural climates. Raingardens, bioswales, berms, and tree pits are easy to construct and have the potential to transform your home’s natural landscape. In this course, you will learn the benefits of such rainwater catchment systems, how they function, and how to install your own.
- Learn how to properly filter rainwater for domestic use.
- Discover the pros and cons of several rainwater catchment methods.
- Identify which method for rainwater catchment is best suited to your needs.
- Learn how to install and maintain your own cold climate rainwater catchment system(s).
Continuing Education Credit:
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Course Title: Rainwater Catchment Systems
Course Number: PC-277
Delivery Name: Procore Technologies
Curriculum Group Name: AIA Providers
Credit: 1.5 AIA LU
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