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Cost Share Programs - Agricultural Cost Share Program (ACSP)


Stream Restoration


A Stream Restoration system means the use of bioengineering practices, native material revetments, channel stability structures, and/or the restoration or management of riparian corridors in order to protect upland BMPs, restore the natural function of the stream corridor and improve water quality by reducing sedimentation to streams from streambank.


Maintenance Period 10 years
BMP Units Lin Ft
Required Effects
  • Acres affected - (treated area and buffer)
  • Soil saved
JAA/NRCS Standards
  • ENG – 580 – Streambank and Shoreline Protection
  • ENG – 584 – Channel Stabilization
  • ECS – 612 – Tree/Shrub Establishment - (supporting practice)
  • ECS – 382 – Fence - (supporting practice)
  • ECS – 342 – Critical Area Planting - (supporting practice)
  • ECS – 472 – Use Exclusion - (supporting practice)
  • ECS – 393 – Filter Strip - (supporting practice)
  • ECS – 391 – Riparian Forest Buffer - (supporting practice)
  • ENG – 578 – Stream Crossing - (supporting practice)
  • NRCS Engineering Field Handbook Chapter 16
Cost Information
  • Actual cost based on receipts
CS2 Reference Materials
  • NC-ACSP 11 Signature Page
  • Map with BMP location, fields and roads
  • Receipts for actual cost items
Additional Spot-check Requirements None

ACSP Policy Summary

Design Standards


NCDA&CS Division of Soil & Water Conservation, Vernon Cox, Director
Mailing Address: 1614 Mail Service Center, Raleigh NC 27699-1614
Physical Address: 216 West Jones Street, Raleigh North Carolina 27603
Phone: 919.707.3770

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