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Slope Restoration Project Interpretive Sign
Photographer: Duane Hall
Taken: August 4, 2015
Caption: Slope Restoration Project Interpretive Sign
Additional Description: The slope ahead of you is composed of loess (lo'es) soil, a type of wind-blown soil deposited here many thousands of years ago. Being very fine grained, this soil erodes easily, both from natural and man-made causes. The National Park Service is trying to preserve the trees with a vegetative restoration project. You can help by not climbing the slope.
Submitted: October 20, 2015, by Duane Hall of Abilene, Texas.
Database Locator Identification Number: p334492
File Size: 0.831 Megabytes

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