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Guides and Instructions

Guides and Instructions

After the Fire - Hand Raking

Hand raking is a treatment performed by a crew of laborers using hand tools such as rakes, hoes, Pulaskis or McLeods to scarify or loosen the upper part of the soil profile.

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After the Fire - Hydromulching

Hydromulching is spraying a mixture of water, fiber mulch, and tackifier on burned slopes to prevent soil erosion or foster revegetation. Seed, fertilizer, or soil stabilizing polymers may also be applied with the hydromulch.

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After the Fire - Log Erosion Barriers

Log Erosion Barriers (LEBs) are logs placed in a shallow trench on the contour to intercept water running downslope and trap sediment. This treatment may also be known as contour log felling, log terraces, or terracettes.

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AgACIS Climate Data Retrieval

There are three ways to retrieve Agricultural Applied Climate Information System (AgACIS) climate data and summary reports.
 

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