This project work is on Effect of gully erosion on the environment, a case study of Ipokia LGA. Gully Erosion is an obvious and clear form of soil degradation consisting of an open incised and unstable channel generally more than 30 centimeters deep. It occurs where surface water flow has become trapped in a small concentrated stream and begins to erode channels in the ground surface, making it wider and deeper. Soil is an important natural resource on the earth because it hosts both animate and inanimate beings and over three-quarters of the world’s man-made developments are being carried out on land. In its evolution, the Earth has suffered and continues to suffer major changes due to the action and interaction between endogenous and exogenous factors. Crust movements, caused by endogenous factors, lead to the activation of exogenous factors such as gully erosion.