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water for gardens


I am working with a garden that is developing in Garfield Heights, a suburb of Cleveland.  They have no access to water and the fire department will not allow them to access the fire hydrants (as they do in Cleveland).  The site is not in between houses but near a park.  Long term they may get more help from the city - but in the short term, they have no water.

Any ideas on getting water to their site??? 

If you know of any large water tanks, where can you get them and how much do they cost?  We have a plan for rain barrels but there is no downspout nearby to collect from could be problematic because West Nile Virus from mosquitoes is a big concern around here.

Any suggestions you have would be very helpful and much appreciated.

Thanks for your time!

Lynn Gregor
Program Coordinator
Community Gardening
Ohio State University Extension, Cuyahoga Co.

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