r ranson wrote: The cedar plank drains come out of the land into the open ditches like this.
Dillon Nichols wrote:I find it really interesting that people were striving to convert lagoons to farmland around Victoria at that time, despite the much lower population. Presumably it speaks to the much greater relative cost of transporting food at the time.
William Bronson wrote:
What if we did this with cardboard...
Andrea Locke wrote:Travis, did you mean that the collapsed logging drains/culverts were based on aboiteaux technology with a flap or barrel-staved wooden culverts? Or are they just underground boxes built as culverts with cheap wood?
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