The Hill Country Alliance 2014 Rainwater Revival
October 25, 2014 • Dripping Springs Ranch Park • 10am to 4pm
From the seven hills of ancient Rome to today’s Texas Hill Country, rainwater collection has spanned the globe and the ages. To celebrate this timeless conservation practice, rainwater collection professionals and enthusiasts converge in Dripping Springs, Texas on Saturday, October 25, 2014 for Hill Country Alliance's 5th annual Rainwater Revival! Open to the public and free to attend, thanks to our wonderful sponsors!
The festive day will be filled with informative and entertaining presentations by professionals and users of rainwater, water conservation-related business vendor booths, rainwater system displays, and plenty of experts to provide guidance and services; as well as food booths, shopping, live music, plus much more!
Rainwater Revival supports the mission to spread the good word about rainwater harvesting and water conservation, the importance of which grows with our ever increasing population.
In addition to a roster of speakers providing an experienced cross-section of rainwater collection knowledge, the Rainwater Revival will feature a collection of 55-gallon recycled rain barrels transformed into works of art by Hill Country artists. The barrels will be displayed around Kendall County during the weeks leading up to the Rainwater Revival and then auctioned off at the event.
Who should attend the Rainwater Revival?
• Hill Country Residents & Urban Dwellers who care about water availability for the future and want to be responsible stewards of a finite resource
• People Looking for Alternatives to Groundwater and High Water Bills
• Residential Builders & Home Buyers
• Developers looking for a most cost-efficient and environmentally responsible way to provide housing in the Hill Country
• Eco-Aware Families
About the Hill Country Alliance
The Hill Country Alliance is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to raise public awareness and build community support around the need to preserve the natural resources and heritage of the Central Texas Hill Country.