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Brock Gulley: A Journey to RESTORE

| Staff Reporters
A major storm event in April 2014 resulted in 24 inches of rain in an eight-hour time frame, causing widespread flooding and many erosion problems on private lands in Santa Rosa County. A major problem that occurred during this storm was the formation of a large gully on the property owned by Jimmy Andajaur and Kari Brock in north-central Santa Rosa County. Overnight, a gully approximately 30 feet deep, 50 feet wide, and over a quarter mile long formed.
A 60 inch corrugated pipe was installed as part of the RESTORE project at Brock Gulley.


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