Texas Rain Catcher Awards
The Texas Water Development Board's Texas Rain Catcher Award is a rainwater harvesting competition and recognition program established October 1, 2007, to promote technology, educate the public, and to recognize excellence in the application of rainwater harvesting systems in Texas.
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2015 Honorable Mentions
Soil science and water resources students at Abilene Christian University for transforming a Bermuda grass patch into a water harvesting, food producing garden that minimizes the need for supplemental water while keeping rainfall on site.
The People/Plant Connection, a nonprofit in San Angelo, for recognizing harvested rainwater as the most cost-effective water source for irrigation of the educational garden at the local recreation center.
The San Antonio River Authority, for utilizing rainwater harvesting, rain gardens, and native vegetation as part of their stormwater management and restoration project within the Mission Reach Operation Center.