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I perused the kraters last night and got a few pics of one. The kraters in this pic were dug and never planted with anything. Everything there blew in. Except the tree, which is the only plum tree that survived above ground.

More pics to come of other kraters.
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What are the 'ladder' style structures in the background?
 
Permaculture isn't that hard to understand. Sometimes a little bump helps: richsoil.com/cards
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