Conservation wasn’t something Americans thought about much back in 1954. But Roy Feightner thought about it a lot.
A building maintenance foreman in Cleveland, Feightner—the “rainmaker”—couldn’t stand the thought of hundreds of gallons of surplus water from air conditioners going down the drain every hour.
So he did something about it.
Read what he did and how he did it in an article from the September – October 1954 issue of The East Ohio News.
The grass was brown, then it was green