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A critical area planting is a Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) standard practice that establishes permanent vegetation on highly erodible land, or on sites with special conditions that do not allow for vegetation to become established normally. The purpose of a critical area planting is to ensure that streams and waterways remain protected from erodible land. Farmers with erodible land on their property, such as near a gullied area, will often establish an NRCS-managed critical area planting by signing up for an EQIP or CSP contract.

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