ValleyCrest is teaming up with Hunter to give away 100 Hunter® Wireless Rain-Clik™ rain sensors, one a day for 100 days. Part of the “100 days, 100 ways” campaign, the drawing is designed to call attention to the national water crisis and the strategies and technologies that could help avert it. (Like, say, 100 fewer people running their sprinklers in the rain.) Winners will be announced here starting August 1st. But check back every day for more new ways of saving — and thinking about — water.

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Richard Restuccia

Richard Restuccia is a water management evangelist. He believes passionately in water efficiency and sees the financial and social benefits far too often to keep a secret. As the Director for Water Management Solutions at ValleyCrest, Richard is our spokesperson at industry events and on the Hill to provide direction and insight on landscape water management best practices. Richard puts his words into action through service on various boards and committees including the Government and Regulatory Affairs Committee for the Irrigation Association, the San Diego Water Conservation Action Committee and was a founding member of the Central Control Users’ Group in the Central Valley of California.



  1. Thursday, 1:02 Ben Slick


    This is a fantastic way to scale knowledge and raise the professionalism of our industry. Well done!


  2. Wednesday, 8:38 William Reifsteck

    just wanted you to remember to feature the Pierce College project that we are doing with you and how we are conserving storm water and car wash water to be reused as crop irrigation water.

    gkkkworks and Valleycrest teaming to go beyond LEED.


  3. Wednesday, 10:04 Chuck Sleeper

    Great cause my friend! Thanks for info.

  4. Wednesday, 3:19 Richard Restuccia

    Bill, thanks for the comments about Pierce College. I really enjoyed the video. We are going to do an article on the project and post it in the next few weeks. We are not finished yet, and want to capture some of the construction as well as the finished product. This has been a great team effort and a model for other schools to save water.

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