Pioneer Water Tanks America is back at the Rainwater Revival on April 4, 2020.

We’re building a Pioneer Water Tank inside the arena and exhibiting the many advantages of clean water storage solutions. There will also be many local accredited suppliers and water experts on hand, ready to expand knowledge on everything rainwater harvesting. 

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This FREE family fun event has something for everyone including kid’s activities, sustainable system exhibits, and local wine tastings that pair well with the tasty food trucks onsite. 

Here’s a sampling of what you’ll find in 2020:

– 100+ vendors, exhibitors, and demonstration sites

– Hill Country Marketplace for artists, artisans, and pop-up shops

– Native plant sale from Hays County Master Gardeners

– Citizen Science Circle – where science and citizens connect

– Interactive Workshops Build Your Own Rain Barrel (registration required)

– Introduction to Bees and Beekeeping (registration required)

– Raindrop Stop for Kids – hands-on, nature-based activities

– Texas Night Sky Festival exhibits and demonstrations

– The Mobile River from Colorado River Alliance Acoustic music stage

– Hill Country wine tasting Tricked-out travel trailers

– The Chicken Farm — and more!

The FESTIVAL is held rain or shine


The Rainwater Revival event location is inside of the expansive Dripping Springs Ranch Park.


All vendor and Marketplace booths are inside with concrete floors. The arena is also inside, but with compact dirt floor – perfect for boot scootin’ and easy walking! Come for the FESTIVAL and stay for a weekend in Dripping Springs!

The Rebuild Green Expo brings together experts and resources to build sustainably with the goal of resilience. The Expo will take place at the Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building on February 22, 2019. Join us from 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM.


This FREE event will showcase:


Rainwater harvesting systems as a sustainable water source

How to build a healthy, low-carbon home

Affordable, accessible, practical resources for building

Professionals and green businesses


Pioneer Water Tanks America is exhibiting with our local dealer/ installation company, Grant Lane Construction. We provide water storage solutions for drinking water, irrigation, fire protection, winery and farm applications that are approved for use in California.


Go to the official event website:


Contact the Rebuild Green Coalition and Ecological Building Network directly:

Sarah King, Ecological Building Network

Learn more about the water solutions that we provide:





When: Thursday, September 27, 2018




Georgia World Congress Center
285 Andrew Young International Blvd NW
Atlanta, Georgia



Online registration is available untilĀ 9/27/2018


This class is a prerequisite program for the ASSE Series #21120 Rainwater Catchment Systems Designers Certifications. Link to Class


This two-day professional workshop is an in-depth rainwater harvesting course that qualifies for the 16 hours of rainwater catchment training required to sit for the certification exam.


About the Class:


This course provides attendees with knowledge for rainwater harvesting, both active and passive, design for both outdoor and in-home rainwater use, sanitation for potable uses, rules, and regulations, guidelines, business management, project planning, site planning and installation, safety, system construction, and maintenance. The course tuition includes the new ARCSA Rain Harvesting Manual, which has been expanded to include all of North America.

Workshop pricing: $395 Members $520 Non-members. ARCSA Members need to sign in to get the member pricing.

ARCSA Reserves the right to cancel the workshop two weeks prior to the event if there are insufficient registrations. Go to


ARCSA partner Pioneer Water Tanks

ARCSA partner Pioneer Water Tanks America




This year, ARCSA is co-locating its Annual Conference with the American Society of Plumbing Engineers’ (ASPE’s) 2018 Convention and Expo at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA. ARCSA’s conference will take place on September 29-30, 2018 and will feature an outstanding lineup of industry leaders and innovators.

Attendees will hear from experts on the intersection of rainwater harvesting with a number of critical issues, including disaster preparedness, water management infrastructure, sustainable communities, and climate change. This year’s conference will also feature opportunities to network with industry colleagues, including a special evening social event. All ARCSA Conference attendees receive free admission to ASPE’s Expo, scheduled for October 1-2.

Online registration will remainĀ open until the Conference begins. ARCSA members receive a discount compared to the non-member registration rate, so be sure to join ARCSA or renew your membership to be eligible for members-only pricing! Visit the conference webpage for more information and to register.

Link to Conference Page

ARCSA partner Pioneer Water Tanks

ARCSA partner Pioneer Water Tanks America

Pioneer Water Tanks America is sponsoring and exhibiting at the 9th annual Hill County Living + Rainwater Revival Festival! We will be installing a 16,392-Gallon Pioneer Water Tank within the rodeo arena of the show. Come on by to our booth and let’s talk about the water solutions we can provide for your project.

This family-friendly event is the 2nd year of expanded festivities including:


~Exhibitors from the rainwater harvesting, green building, native landscaping, wildlife management & sustainable home industries.


~A new Marketplace for artisans, natural products, and handmade goods.


~Raindrop Stop for kids with hands-on activities


~Food Trailer Court & Hill Country Wine Tour




~Raffle getaways and goodies


Check out the website for more details:

Join the Facebook Event: The Hill Country Rainwater Revival Facebook Event




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Hill Country Living + Rainwater Revival Festival is a Hill Country Alliance (HCA) event. HCA is a nonprofit organization that works to raise public awareness and builds the community to preserve the Central Texas Hill Country.