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May 22 2018

Rat snake seen in pond among reeds, probably hunting frogs.

  • Made adjustments to dirt speed bumps to divert rain water into fields along the side of the road. Arranged cedar branches on contour to slow erosion.

Posted in Census, Erosion, 2018 Journal

December 04 2017

The Draw holding water after a rain.

Posted in Erosion, 2017 Journal

October 04 2016

Building berms layed on contour for erosion control, using dead juniper branches.

Posted in Habitat, Erosion, 2016 Journal

March 13 2016

  • Finished planting third flat of 18 x 4 inch pots of sedges along river edge
  • Removed invasive Bastard Cabbage on river bottom and planted some "Riparian Recovery" mix

Posted in Habitat, Erosion, 2016 Journal

March 06 2016

  • Saw Great Blue Heron in its nest in tall tree at river
  • Saw 4 Ducks
  • Saw some Geese
  • Planted 2 flats of Sedges, 18 x 4 inch pots in each flat, along edge of river shore for erosion protection
  • Planted Elderberry near river shore


The small green sprigs that look like grass blades is one of the sedges planted along the river edge for erosion protection.

Posted in Census, Habitat, Erosion, 2016 Journal

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