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SmartDitch is a maintenance free and ideal solution for slope stabilization, drainage, and erosion / sediment control. www.smartditch.com

Replace failed riprap, concrete and earthen lined ditches with SmartDitch, our long-lasting & cost effecitve HDPE ditch liner.

Willow spiling is the most common and best known green solution for bank revetment. The technique uses woven living willow to form flexible, live, growing structures which resist and deflect water flows, enabling the bank and vegetation to naturally re-generate and stabilize to prevent further erosion.  >  Wonder if this would work on our mountains of heavily weathered granite...

Willow spiling for bank revetment. The technique uses woven living willow to form flexible, live, growing structures that resist and deflect water flows, enabling the bank and vegetation to naturally re-generate and stabilise to prevent further erosion.

As if I needed a reason to want willow trees.  More on permaculture -- each element performs multiple functions.

As if I needed a reason to want willow trees. More on permaculture -- each element performs multiple functions. NOTE from Cindy Barg: Willows drink a lot of water so be sure you don't plant it if there's danger of it draining your pond, for instance.

Detroit Riprap: Abandoned Cars as Erosion Control appreciated by Motorheads Performance www.classiccarssanantonio.com

"Erosion Control" -- [Decay of Antique Cars as seen along the bank of the *Big Horn River in Montana*]~[Photograph by - June 17

A Zuni bowl is a riparian restoration technique involving rocks, water, biology and time. It’s a great way of dealing with a small headcut (or erosion which is about to become a headcut) in order to prevent that headcut continuing up your catchment.

Making a Zuni Bowl: Let the Water do the Work - Milkwood: permaculture courses, skills + stories

Erosion Control Plants – Preventing Erosion With Native Plants & Grasses

Erosion Control Plants – Preventing Erosion With Native Plants & Grasses

Reducing soil erosion is important to preserve the nutrient rich soils and natural or unnatural topography. Using plants for erosion control is an excellent method. This article will provide more info.

You can use this erosion control netting on the slope. It's a biodegradable coir that will keep soil and mulch where you want it. Secure with landscape pins.

You can use this erosion control netting on the slope. Its a biodegradable coir that will keep soil and mulch where you want it. Secure with landscape pins. - My Sunny Gardens

Hillside erosion - Systems for Erosion Protection - Our two-component erosion control system is easy to apply, cost effective, very reliable and the most important environmental friendly.

Hillside erosion - Systems for Erosion Protection - Our two-component erosion control system is easy to apply, cost effective, very reliable and the most important environmental friendly.

Good Plants and Erosion Controls for Slopes and Hillsides informative list

Best Plants and Erosion Controls for Slopes and Hillsides

Caring for a Rock Garden - Caring for a rock garden is easy because they do a lot of the work by themselves. Learn about rock garden maintenance at HowStuffWorks.

Burlap mesh erosion control cloth s a coarse biodegradable jute fabric and is used to prevent land erosion and for slope stabilization. Geo jute offers a high degree of soil retention, before biodegra

Geo Burlap Mesh Erosion Control Cloth, 40-Inch, 5 Yards