Rainwater harvesting is the collection and storage of precipitation (rain) runoff for use as a water source. It is one component of integrated water management. Traditional rainwater harvesting methods in villages include building stone and rubble check dams and these have been made more sustainable since the 1980s by using local non-structural materials not limited to clay soils such as sand, gravel and percolated cow dung: A blog tells about simple hacks for rainwater harvest
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