Rush Creek Lodge is a 143 room new hotel build set on 20 acres, one mile from the Big Oak Flat entrance to Yosemite National Park. Rush Creek Lodge opened in June 2016 and is the first new development in the area in over 25 years. Sierra Watershed Progressive has been involved from the beginning of the project, designing and implementing a greywater reuse system, subsurface blackwater dispersal system and integrated native low water use landscaping. The gravity fed greywater system reuses approximately 3.8 million gallons annually from showers, sinks laundry to supply 95% of the water needed for outdoor irrigation.
Evergreen Lodge at Yosemite
Evergreen Lodge is a historic resort located just outside the western boundary of Yosemite National Park. In 2010, Sierra Watershed Progressive designed and installed a comprehensive greywater system for the lodge to recycle roughly 1.8 million gallons of water annually from 55 guest cabins, staff housing and commercial laundry. At the time of installation, the Evergreen Lodge was the largest permitted greywater installation in Tuolumne County and is widely referenced case study for the potential of larger, commercial greywater systems and operation of greywater systems in colder four season environments.
The Thacher School
Rancho El Chorro Outdoor School
Sierra Waldorf School
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