Tyler Ludens wrote:Thanks for that idea! In most parts of the creek it has eroded to rock, so there isn't anything to anchor t-posts into. I think the neighbor had their fence set into holes drilled into the rock.
We're going to try planting more Switchgrass, which is supposed to be nearly as stable as anchored rock.
wayne fajkus wrote:I just watched it. Its funny how the solution for one guy is the problem for another guy(trees). Take the guy in Johnson city. The short take on his video is remove cedars and plant grass. In this video the answer is planting willows trees. I wonder what the difference/reasoning is for both.
Casie Becker wrote:Tyler, since we just went through a period of near record flooding, it seems like a good time to ask if your driveway and road survived this time. As I remember it, less torrential periods of rain have taken both out in the past.
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