Texas Rain Catcher Award Winners
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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2021 Winning Entries
Uses rainwater harvesting and recycled water to supply 100 percent of the building’s non-potable water needs.
Rainwater cistern used to educate residents on the benefits of rainwater collection.
Edwards Aquifer Authority Education Outreach Center Demonstration Garden at Morgan's Wonderland Camp
Uses rainwater harvesting and demonstration garden as a way of teaching STEM concepts to camp attendees.
Utilizes rainwater harvesting for residential outdoor needs to offset potable water use.
- Upper Trinity GCD & the Parker County Livestock Improvement Association
- Anodamine, Inc.
- Austin Central Library
- Texas Tech University's Home Utility Management System (HUMS)
- Wimberley's Independent School District's One Water School - Blue Hole Primary
- Duke Residence
- Honorable Mention:Cresote Collaborative