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Clearing hillside of Invasive Species
Geotextile for Soil Wrap
Soil on top of Geotextile
Ensuring flat surface clear of debris and cobbles
Excavator compacts face of soil flap
Compacting soil to secure geotextile
McCullah can’t stop smiling when there’s Willow involved!!
Preparing another Soil Wrap
Tara showing us the finger!
First Soil Flap…Soil is laid on top of Willow branches and Geotextile is secured on top
Soil Wrapping was still necessary on the corners to tie securely into existing slope
Geotextile is flapped over willow and soil layers
Ran out of Hammers! Securing geotextile “old- school”
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