Path covers?

Path covers?

I'm really taking a shot at the moon here... Well, this isn't gardening per se, but there's this organic farm I'm helping out that has an issue with muddy pathways, and I was wondering if there's a plant that might possibly tie the soil together. The issue being, these paths heavily in use most of the year, so the plant might need to be established next to the problem area before it can spread over. I don't know, does Dutch White Clover have an effect on this? We could lay down another fresh layer of woodchips, since they haven't been applied in forever, but I'd rather see if we can get Mother Nature to help us out on this front. Of course, there's a tool wash station that's right next to where it gets muddy, so I think moving where the water falls is would be a good part of the solution. There's mud all over, though, so it would be great if some plant would make all that less muddy. Maybe there's a season the farm is less in use.
A while back I promised roses and peonies.

A while back I promised roses and peonies.

* tulips *

* tulips *

My room!

My room!

Room Spam!

Room Spam!

bird nest fern

bird nest fern

oops!

oops!