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I would like to build a fence with latillas, 8-12 ft. I'm wondering what environmental impact is of this practise. I'm in SW US, a mixture of forest and vast sage. The fence type is a coyote fence. I also like the Swedish fence but I don't want to be too destructive.
We do have coyote and dog packs that need slowed down or misdirected by fence.
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Hi, Brad   Welcome to permies!

Is this the kind of fence you are talking about?

Here are some threads regarding this kind of fence:



This fence is a little different though the thread might be of value:


If you have ocotillo, this plant is useful for fencing:



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I wanted to come back and say thanks for the information. Building the house foundation so I decided to come back to fences later. I like what I saw, it's what I had in mind.
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