Zuni bowl, one year on…

It’s a whole year since we made our first Zuni Bowl at Milkwood Farm to combat an erosive gully headcut, and time has proved the benefits of this simple yet powerful handmade technique nicely. One year on, the zuni bowl has 10cm of silt covering its paved floor, the vegetation around it is stable and thriving, and the headcut has halted.

Big thanks to Tamara Gadzia for leading us through this restoration process last year, and also to Craig Sponholtz for furthering our knowledge in it since…

One Comment

  1. Sharn
    Posted November 2, 2012 at 10:34 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Are they tracks in the silt?? Can identify them with Barbara Triggs’ book…

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