I've just finshed reading a piece on PA. Yeoman's pioneering work on Land Care
that features his use of the Key Line System to manage, and abet water
retention and utilization on the farm.
It sounds like just the thing I'd like to integrate into an holistic farm plan
for the farm I'm purchasing. The farms contains a private valley ringed by
forest on three sides running down to the bottoms and a wide shallow creek.
There's over 300 acre sof such woods so there's a lot of water on the farm.
I'd like to use that resource wisely.
Anyone familiar with this system, using it .? I'd like to hear coments,details
o the system. Is it expensive to install the dams/ponds /locking systems
How does one determine Keyline Point? How does one figure out best placement
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