Increasing land degradation in the world with degradation moving at a quicker speed in the developing countries has become a serious problem threatening soil and water resources (Bartarya 1991, Sidle 2000, Sadeghi et al. 2004). During the last few decades, natural resources worldwide have faced some serious degradation problems such as soil erosion, sedimentation, wind erosion, water scarcity and pollution, groundwater overexploitation, land use changes, overgrazing in the rangelands, soil salinity, forest fire, flooding and wetlands loss (Bartarya 1991, Sidle 2000). Finding scientifically appropriate, practically feasible, environmentally friendly, technically sound, economically efficient, developmentally sustainable and socially acceptable solutions are therefore vital for the successful and persistent management of diminishing resources.