In addition to the types of water control structures and methods listed previously, there are several other acceptable and sometimes less costly alternatives. The use of slash or brush from the site to stabilize a temporary road is often very effective and also inexpensive. Slash should be well incorporated into the ground to prevent washing from beneath. Other methods may include but are not limited to: spreading hay or seeding a road to establish vegetation if natural revegetation may take too long.
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