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Conservation Choices: Grassed Waterway
Grassed waterways are shaped constructed channels that are seeded to grass or other suitable vegetation to convey water to a stable outlet at a non-erosive velocity.
A structure is often installed at the base of the waterway to stabilize the waterway and prevent a new gully from forming.
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