Long Term Benefits
Long Term Benefits
  • Build resiliency into permanent landscapes
  • Improve infiltration of precipitation
  • Increase moisture retention
  • Support habitat by increasing diversity
  • Improve perimeters
  • Break up hard pan and compaction
  • Improve root zone and capillary activity
  • Encourage soil building and reduce loss through wind and water erosion
  • Reduce salinity problems
  • Increase soil productivity by increasing soil biology. Biologically fertile soil has better structure and reduces runoff
  • Stabilize soils and perimeters


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    Soraya Romero creates “one rock dams” along arroyos (drainage ditches) in an effort to slow and spread precipitation into the landscape.

    Photos by Esha Chiocchio