Tyler Ludens wrote:Dan, do you think the ravine developed during a period of especially low beaver populations?
Our erosion developed because of decades of overgrazing and Cedar proliferation.
Tyler Ludens wrote:I'm hoping with the increased moisture held by the brush dams and trapped organic material, we can get some trees growing down there that are more diverse than the nearly solid stand of Ashe Juniper which blocks off almost all sunlight. Solid "Cedar" stands like this tend to turn an area to desert, which then erodes to bedrock with our flash floods. We threw some Osage Orange fruits down in the first brushpile, and we'll keep throwing things in there as we work.
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