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  • All fields: Soil conservation
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    • Go to grass

    • Grasses ;Grazing ;Pastures ;Soil conservation
    • Program aid (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) ;no. 103. Reproduces drawings by Reg Manning as published in the Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona.
    • Gulley control

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Dams; Erosion; Soil conservation
    • From envelope with notation, "Negatives of soil erosion work done with CCC labor and College of Agriculture Forest Service (Ivan Wood) in Pawnee and Buffalo Counties in 1935. Chas F. Fowler, former work supt." "Brush and rock gulley erosion...
    • Gulley control

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Erosion; Soil conservation
    • From envelope with notation, "Negatives of soil erosion work done with CCC labor and College of Agriculture Forest Service (Ivan Wood) in Pawnee and Buffalo Counties in 1935. Chas F. Fowler, former work supt." "Brush and rock gulley erosion...
    • Gulley control

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Erosion; Soil conservation
    • From envelope with notation, "Negatives of soil erosion work done with CCC labor and College of Agriculture Forest Service (Ivan Wood) in Pawnee and Buffalo Counties in 1935. Chas F. Fowler, former work supt." "Brush and rock gulley erosion...
    • Drainage for terraced field

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Terracing; Soil conservation
    • "CCC at Ravenna, 1935. A concrete structure in a terraced field to drain the excess water into a natural drainage and prevent the excessive erosion." Near the image's center one man stands between two kneeling men on a step-shaped concrete...
    • Spillway

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Erosion; Soil conservation; Dams
    • "A carefully graded spillway at the end of field terraces with a brush dam structure at end to slow run-off and reduce gulley erosion." Stretching from foreground to background, a bare strip runs along the right edge of terraced cropland. Men are...
    • Building a terrace

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Erosion; Soil conservation; Terraces (Land use)
    • "Building a terrace for moisture control in Harlan County in 1934 with CCC labor." Midground shows a front view of a man driving a tractor while two others operate machinery behind the tractor. They are in a bare field in a flat rural setting...
    • Gulley control

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Erosion; Soil conservation
    • "Post and brush gulley control structures in Pawnee County in 1935." In a pasture two pairs of men stand on opposite sides of a deep, narrow gulley. On the right two men carry posts from a stack toward the gulley. Another man stands next to a...
    • Gulley control

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Erosion; Soil conservation
    • This photograph may be included in the five stages of a post and brush gulley control structure in Pawnee County in 1935. Birds-eye view of parallel rows of log posts erected across a broad gulley with brush piled between them. In the background...
    • Gulley control

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Erosion; Soil conservation
    • This photograph may be included in the five stages of a post and brush gulley control structure in Pawnee County in 1935. Birds-eye view showing four parallel rows of log posts erected across a broad gulley. Brush is stacked between the posts.
    • Gulley control

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Erosion; Soil conservation
    • "Five stages of a large post and brush gulley control structure in Pawnee County in 1935." Close-up view looking down two parallel rows of log posts erected across the bottom of a deep gulley. Brush is piled between the posts.
    • Gulley control

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Erosion; Soil conservation
    • Two men stand in a gulley. A barbed wire and mesh fence runs between them from the front left to the middle of the image, and brush is stacked in the gulley beside the fence.
    • Gulley control

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Erosion; Soil conservation
    • "Starting a post and brush gulley control structure at the head of a deep gulley in Pawnee County in 1935." In pastureland six men shovel dirt in gulley.
    • Gulley control

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Erosion; Soil conservation
    • "Gulley control with brush dam check Johnson County, 1935." Two men stand in a deep gulley in pastureland. A barbed wire and mesh fence runs between them, and brush is stacked in the gulley alongside the fence.
    • Building an earth dam

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); Erosion; Soil conservation
    • "Building an earth dam for a farm pond and gulley control in Pawnee County in 1935 with CCC labor." A deep gulley filled with water extends from the right foreground to the middle background. Just beyond the water pairs of men are working with...

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