This practice provides financial assistance for the proper design and construction of logging roads and stream crossings for timber harvest operations.
Woodland erosion is caused by the removal of soil or vegetation through livestock trampling or improper tree harvesting. These practices address concerns regarding soil erosion and water quality, by exclusion of livestock and by developing timber harvest plans.
The following state cost-share practices are designed to address this concern:
Details for each individual practice are available in the eligible practices chapter of the districts' Cost Share Handbook.