Offering consultations on water reuse and storage opportunities, H2OME provides a complete solution from consultation to installation, including passive and active rainwater harvesting and greywater use in conjunction with appropriate plantings and landscaping.
H2OME's vision is to be a resource for the San Diego community and beyond. We want every individual to feel empowered to contribute to creating local water. Whether you are a homeowner, a renter, or a conscientious citizen, knowledge is the key to change!
Brook started H2OME in 2008 with the mission to be a resource to the San Diego Community for water harvesting. She was determined to create change form the ground up by showing homeowners, educators, and policy makers how simple and effective rainwater harvesting and greywater recycling can be. Her continued mantra has been that individual contributions create tremendous impact toward a larger water conservation strategy.
Since H2OME’s inception Brook has directly installed, or facilitated hundreds of thousands of gallons of conservation between rainwater tanks, greywater systems, and landscape design changes. Her engineering background perfectly complements the permaculture design framework she uses to approach design problems. After getting her Permaculture Design Certificate in 2008 from ECOSA institute, she found a deep love and connection for social and community applications of permaculture which she has emphasized over the years through a vast number of workshops, speaking venues, school curriculums, and helping run the San Diego Sustainable Living Institute’s biannual PDC course. For her on the ground work in water conservation, she received The Water Warrior Award from The Surf Rider Foundation in 2012.
For more conservation and rainwater harvesting solutions, check out Brook's smart water savings blog!