PHOTO BY JOHN FITZRANDOLPH / SPECIAL TO THE CAMBRIAN Cambria resident Jesse Arnold uses harvested rainwater to irrigate his winter squash, his grape vines and fruit trees; he stores up to 2,100 gallons of rainwater each winter season in five tanks on his Sunbury Avenue property’s highest elevation. Thanks to gravity, he keeps his garden well watered throughout the dry summer season.
PHOTO BY JOHN FITZRANDOLPH / SPECIAL TO THE CAMBRIAN Cambria resident Jesse Arnold uses harvested rainwater to irrigate his winter squash, his grape vines and fruit trees; he stores up to 2,100 gallons of rainwater each winter season in five tanks on his Sunbury Avenue property’s highest elevation. Thanks to gravity, he keeps his garden well watered throughout the dry summer season.
PHOTO BY JOHN FITZRANDOLPH / SPECIAL TO THE CAMBRIAN Cambria resident Jesse Arnold uses harvested rainwater to irrigate his winter squash, his grape vines and fruit trees; he stores up to 2,100 gallons of rainwater each winter season in five tanks on his Sunbury Avenue property’s highest elevation. Thanks to gravity, he keeps his garden well watered throughout the dry summer season.

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