Model Erosion Control Letter

Model Erosion Control Letter - November 10th, 2009 Dear...

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November 10 th , 2009 Dear Concerned Citizens of the Poudre River Valley, After receiving your letter we immediately began investigating erosion problems on the Lincoln School Grounds and have identified specific erosion problem sites. This letter will outline one specific erosion problem site as well as a proposed solution to solve this erosion issue. The erosion site that our team identified is located on the southwest side of Lincoln’s School Grounds close to the softball diamonds. The site sits along the banks of an irrigation ditch and has many “bare” spots along the slope of the ditch. In addition to the absence of plants, there are also many invasive weeds and plants that are growing here. Invasive plants and weeds do not typically anchor soil as well as native plants. After making observations, collecting data, and researching other erosion case studies, we have concluded that the primary cause of erosion at this site is slope. Because there is a steep “slope” leading down to the ditch the area is more prone to soil erosion. Our team
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Model Erosion Control Letter - November 10th, 2009 Dear...

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