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Re: Snow Fence

>>From most of what you have said I would venture to say that a snow fence
>need only be on one side of the road to stop snow from a prevailing
>wind, though on both sides if wind is unpredictable.
>So folks, is it windward or leeward?

aerial view

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wind fence snow  road

side view

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wind fence snow  road

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Kay Cangemi
New York, USDA zone 5

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