Depending on the steepness of a slope a wide variety of options are available to stabilize an eroding slope. Stone, either in walls or groupings can be used to keep the soil from shifting. Terracing the hill into several flatter flowerbeds or installing a wall at the base and leveling the slope can also be very effective. Plantings can also be incorporated to stabilize the shifting soil. Groundcovers like ivy, pachysandra, and periwinkle, or juniper plants can mass together and along with mulch control the surface of the soil. Jeff and Sean can look at your terrain and determine what types of slope stabilization you will require.