How do you stop erosion?

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You can prevent soil erosion by planting some plants and trees, you can also create some windbreaks and runoff barriers, like some kind of bricks or edging.
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How to Stop Erosion
Erosion is a natural force caused by wind and water in which rock or soil is moved from one location to another. This can cause problems, such as removing the nutrient-rich topsoil needed for growing food and destabilizing the ground beneath roads and... More »
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Erosion tends to continue to expand if it is not stopped. Common methods are building a retaining wall or reinforcing the surrounding barriers to prevent any more damage.
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