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Conservation Choices: Grade Stabilization Structure
An earthen embankment built across a watercourse with a drop spillway made of metal pipe, wood, concrete, or other materials.
These structures provide controlled passage of storm flow through a sudden drop in elevation from one stable grade to another.
There are several different types of grade stabilization structures:
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