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Learning About Erosion Prevention

Hello, my name is Sarah Brockland. I would like to talk about all of the different ways to prevent erosion. My favorite way to keep erosion at bay is by planting sturdy grasses and flowers. We apply the seeds to the hillside using hydroseeding equipment. The seeds quickly sprout and create roots that strengthen the hillside. The roots keep the dirt from running downstream, even during heavy rains. I will share more information about this practice and many others that keep erosion to a minimum. I hope you will visit my site again soon to learn more about this exciting subject. Thank you for visiting.


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