Rainwater Revival 2016

Join IWS at the 2016 Rainwater Revival being held on November 5, 2016, at the Dripping Springs Ranch Park from 10 am to 4 pm in Dripping Springs for a full day of fun, education, and celebration!

We will have an educational booth set up and we may even have a chance to win a 1,000-gallon Raincache System.

The Rainwater Revival is an annual event organized by the Hill Country Alliance. Now in its 7th year, the Rainwater Revival brings together homeowners, builders, vendors and conservation experts to connect, share and celebrate the ancient tradition of harvesting rainwater.

In addition to the wonderful information and educational talks, you will have a chance to win some great prizes in the Rainwater Revival Raffle. The Raffle raises funds for the Rainwater Revival School Grant Program which gives grants to Hill Country Schools to be used toward implementing/maintaining rainwater collection systems or water conservation education programs on their campuses.

You can buy tickets for the raffle online.

At 1:45 pm, Chris Maxwell-Gaines, PE, will be presenting a session entitled “The Future Value of Water: How it will Affect You and Our Communities”. See the rest of the speakers schedule.


7th Annual Rainwater Revival
November 5, 2016
10am to 4pm

Dripping Springs Ranch Park (map)
1043 Event Center Drive,
Dripping Springs, TX 78620

Categories: Events
Chris Maxwell-Gaines :I am a professional civil engineer and urban planner that focuses on creating impacting and sustainable projects by identifying all of the hidden water conservation opportunities available in a project. I am particularly interested in working within the realms of sustainable site planning, integrated water management and planning, and low impact development practices.