Re-greening a Dryland Watershed

Really impressive: The installation of thousands of rock detention structures in the Turkey Pen Watershed, of the Chiricahua Mountains in SE Arizona, provided a 30-year case study to consider low tech and low-cost Natural Infrastructure in dryland watersheds. The USGS systematic study, through observation and experiment, offers verifiable data that documents their efficacy as a Nature-based Solution, that can provide climate adaptation and mitigation benefits here in the Chiricahua Mountains and beyond.


Valer Clark

Is it possible to get that image of the mountains with gabions in a larger size If it is I would like to give one to the new owner of Coronado so he can realize the work that has been done and may I have a copy for myself

Hi. This is only a screenshot from the video. I don’t have more…

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