How to build a ditch
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Bringing water to your ponds. Contents - Previous - Next. Raising the level of your water supply Digging a supply ditch Digging a return ditch Building a sluice to control the water flow. Raising the level of your water supply. You can also use loose stones or rocks or logs set into the stream bottom. Depending on how it is built, some of the water will be held back and some of the water will flow through or over the barrage. Digging a supply ditch.