Three rain harvesters funded by Navajo Santa through an American Express grant have been completed this past summer. The rain harvesters are an essential tool to capture rainwater that is stored in a water tank. Rain harvesters provide Navajos living in remote, rural areas to become more self-sufficient by increasing water supply through storage which helps garden production, livestock operations and reduces the costs of transporting water in pickup trucks one barrel at a time. The rain harvesters are located within the Navajo Mountain Chapter, headquartered in San Juan County, Utah, east of Page, Arizona.
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