Urban Swales Part 2: Construction, Spillways & Catchbasins

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This second video in the urban swales series looks at permaculture design with water as the primary consideration. Here I work on redirecting water passively from roofs and topsoil overflow areas into our property’s gardens:

Stay tuned for Part 3 to our urban swale videos

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