Types of Practices
Critical Area Stabilization
Critical Area Stabilization promotes land shaping and planting of permanent vegetation on eroded areas to stabilize soils.
Grassed waterways are natural or constructed waterways shaped to establish vegetation, to safely convey water across areas of concentrated flow.
Diversions are a shaped channel constructed across the general land slope with the purpose of directing nutrients and sediment laden water to sites where it can be used or disposed of safely.
Roof Runoff Control
Roof Runoff Control is designed to collect, control, and convey precipitation runoff from a roof to an appropriate discharge area away from contaminated and/or sensitive areas in a way that will protect water quality.