Use of brush packs to restore landscape function


The brush stems were placed on the soil surface and oriented carefully
on the contour to intercept overland flow, sediment and plant litter.

Kangaroos don’t like the “springs twigs” and so they leave 15 cm of the
grass which provides wind resistance to capture wind-blown litter.

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