This additional spread of water over greater acreage caused more bottom land to sub-irrigate and added much to our rich meadow acreage. And, in turn, most of the water springs up in our lower fields and communities and is reclaimed through natural...
Watersheds--Dixie National Forest (Utah); Bear Valley (Iron County, Utah)
Bear Valley project. General view of active erosion taking place in East-Lower Bear Valley. Active gullies cutting through reseeding area. Originate in visible watershed on Buckskin-Sandy s & g allotment.
Range management--Dixie National Forest (Utah); Grazing; Haycock Creek (Garfield County, Utah)
Range studies of grazing areas, Haycock Creek. General view of reseeding showing excellent production on Haycock Creek allotment. Area includes about 4,000 acres which was railed and revegetated in fall of 1953.