Trincheras Study

Trincheras Study

“The study below discusses the effectiveness of rock structures in starting to cure degraded desert arroyos and gullies.


While effective, these treatments are costly and in our experience MUST be continuously maintained. The more degraded the land, the harder it is to restore. These treatments are an add-on –  not a substitute  – for animal impact from wild and domestic animals.


NOTE: this paper was originally published to on December 19, 2022. It was written by Natalie R. Wilson and Laura M. Norman.


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