A Greener Indiana

Everybody can do something to make a greener Indiana

http://www.kibi.org/donate/index.htm#rainbarrel

Our own Jerome Delbridge engineered these rain barrels expertly. Proceeds for all rain barrels purchased will benefit tree planting in Indianapolis.

See link above for more info or to order!

Thanks for being green!!!

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these look really nice! i assume the black hose is long enough to carry excess water away from the house and that a hose can be connected to the faucet? is there a barrier to pevent mosquitoes from breeding. i was going to find a kit to make mine, but this is a good cause. right now i have other priority expenses and will have to live with my not so perfect makeshift garbage cans, but look forward to ordering when i can...oh, how many gallons each?

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