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It’s Raining! It’s Pouring!


Rain in May? On average, Los Angeles gets only a quarter of an inch of rainfall in May. And yet… This year—a very dry one at that—we got a full inch of rain with the last storm. And while we're still on record with the 7th driest winter in history, that mere inch of rainfall equals roughly 6 inches in TreePeople's cistern—approximately 13,500 gallons captured.

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