11 comments on “Sacramento River Still Altering Landscape

  1. Bubba, thanks for the timely and detailed update on the impacts of the Sacramento River on the Lake Siskiyou Trail. FYI, those wire baskets full of rocks are known as gabions (from the Italian word for “big cage).

    • Thanks for cluing me into the proper term. I always like to know what something is called. If the MSTA has plans to build/rebuild the trail, I would love to help out!

  2. We have just completed putting together Gabion Cages in our back yard as a retaining wall. They are both efficient and attractive. I suspect that are there forever. (Grin) –Curt

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