Creek restoration work on an eroded gully Part 1 of 3


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Charlie Maslin explains the slow changes being seen on a deeply eroded gully when the water pathway is slowed down. Nearly 2 metres of silt has built up which in turn will mean more retained moisture and cleaner run off.

Charlie has recently been awarded the Carbon Cocky of the Year Award NSW 2010 for his farming practices. He has also been recognised by Dr Christine Jones who gave him one of the three GAIA awards in 2012. He is also one of the case studies for Outcomes Australia and their Soils for Life program: www.soilsforlife.org.au

Creek restoration work on an eroded gully Part 1 of 3
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