Irrigation Land Leveling
Irrigation land leveling is the reshaping of irrigated land to improve irrigation efficiency by ensuring irrigation water is evenly applied across the landscape.
A stream crossing is a stabilized area, or a structure constructed across a stream to provide a travel way for people, livestock, equipment, or vehicles.
The windbreak renovation conservation practice is the replacement, or removal of selected trees, shrubs, or rows within an existing windbreak.
Restoration and Management
This practice reestablishes and/or renovates unique or diminishing native terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.
Range planting is the establishment of grass and legumes to reduce soil erosion and improve production.
Conservation cover establishes permanent protective cover on land that that will not be used for forage production.
The mulching conservation practice applies plant residues or other suitable materials to the land surface to achieve one or a combination of purposes.
Riparian Forest Buffer
A riparian forest buffer is an area of trees or shrubs located adjacent to a body of water, providing a level of protection or enhancement.
Field borders are strips of permanent vegetation, such as grasses, legumes, forbs, or shrubs, that are established on one or more sides of a field.