100' of Diversion

Mid-July and midway through the construction of this new sculpture that will divert a large section of the runoff from the adjacent ranch. I worked again with the Marin Conservation Corps Regen Group as construction contractors.

The sculpture winds through a low swale feeding the John West Fork of Olema Creek.


Anonymous said…
In addition to to the work that you are doing, you should check out the research of Paul Stamets at fungiperfecti.com and his book "Mycelium Running". He has done work on minimizing siltation from logging roads using wood chips and mushroom mycelium. The mycelium also has the added benefit of consuming the nitrogen from farm runoff.