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We’ve never been into massive disturbances on landscapes. Interestingly, I’ve had to spend a lot of consulting time convincing folks not to implement unnecessary strategies in the last few years. Swales are one of those things: totally inappropriate in our climate.
They may have some use in forestry systems in the humid tropics, summer dominant rainfall areas or arid drylands (above ground storage of water in dams is less effective due to evaporation). We cannot look for standardized solutions to complex problems. Period. If we approach landscapes and ecosystems with humility we’re likely to find lower risk, lower cost strategies for regeneration…
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