One of Reflo's first completed projects, the small/medium-scale build at St. Francis Community Gardens at 1927 N Fourth St consists of two 275-gallon totes which collect rainwater from the roof. The collected rainwater is then harvested and used on the ground's community garden. The water captured supports these gardens throughout the growing season. Before Reflo built this system, St. Francis employees would carry buckets full of water to the garden because there is no hose attached to the church. This catchment system saves St. Francis Church time, energy, and money by doing the work for them.