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Brad Lancaster: Building a Bunyip Water Level

June 12, 2011

Rainwater Harvesting guru Brad Lancaster spent the day with Sustainable World Media at the South Coast Watershed Resource Center.  Brad wanted to show our viewers how to build a bunyip.  A bunyip is a water level.  (We didn’t know either.)  It’s useful for building earthworks, such as berms.  Such earthworks can catch and keep the rainwater that falls on your site, helping  the water to “slow, spread, and sink” into your soil.   This saves you money on water bills and improves water quality.  In the video Brad demonstrates how to easily construct a bunyip out of materials that you have at home or can  get at a hardware store.

Brad Lancaster: How To Make A Bunyip Water Level

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