H2O Woes. . .


“We should be trying to conserve as much as possible,” said Vice Mayor Jo-Ann Golden, who plans to buy a rain barrel to water her new garden.

Click here to read Palm Beach Post Article; Lake Worth launches latest green program: $25 rebates for water-conserving rain barrels.

Click here to download rain barrel rebate form at city website.

Click here to go to RainLife Rain Barrels, a local Lake Worth rain barrel dealer.

RainLife donated a rain barrel to the recent Shade Tree Giveaway.  Tom’s Page spoke with Jason Andreotta who operates RainLife along with his wife Holly on K St..  Jason said that he’s working hard to get the word out about the rebates.  He added, “With the drought, rain barrels are a great way for people with gardens to beat the water restrictions”.  Jason said RainLife offers plain and custom painted barrels and they even have ones that don’t need gutters on the house.

As the Chamber of Commerce says;  Shop Locally / Shop Lake Worth!

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