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Ben, are you asking if logs can be used as water harvesting berms?  That's how I use them.  Even though I have a lot of rocks, there are some places where it's easier to use logs or piles of brush, so I do.  Eventually they will rot away, but before then they will have helped stabilize slopes so plants can grow.
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