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Mississippi Update March 18, 2014 regarding Mississippi: I found on the Mississippi state government website specifically stating that setting up rain barrels or rain water harvesting is against state law.

I did find that the laws and regulations regarding water are extremely complex in Mississippi, as they are in every state government website I have checked so far. The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources recommends setting up rain barrels in this document and shows how to set them up.

Sadly, lots of the links we put here to state gov’t webpages on rain water harvesting have been moved, or perhaps simply removed.

This will mean another long process of research to update each state’s information.

If local authorities prohibit rain barrels, there may be a darn good reason.

Also note that in Texas, the right to harvest rain water is actually protected by law.

Update; June 1, 2015: Some new information on Nevada.

Update; April 10, 2015: Its been over a year since the last post on this topic.

Consider those states whose links have not changed to be the most reliable.

When I get time, I will try to update each state’s info.

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