something low maintenance
Hi Ron, here's a great article with a few options you can try - https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/special/slope-hill/plants-that-grow-on-slopes.htm
Hi Ron. Cover crops like rye and clover are great for erosion control. They are easy to grow and they send out nets of root systems that fight erosion control naturally. Ornamental grasses and ground covers also work well for erosion problems. You could plant Blue Fescue, Yellow Foxtail, or Mondo for example. Hope this helps you. Good luck Ron.
For something that will work right now. Have you checked into rock cages? Here is a link that will explain this in more detail.
You might want to check with your local nursery to see what would perform best for your area. They can steer you the the best choice for your soil and location.
Here are a few ideas https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/plant-problems/environmental/plants-for-erosion-control.htm
I would ask your county agricultural agent or a local master gardener to come take a look. There are so many variables here (slope, soil composition, direction of sunlight, climate, erc) that you should get the best advice before investing in plants and time. They should help you for free.
Depends on where you live, the climate and amount of rainfall to pick the appropriate ground cover. I would check some of the hillsides where you live and pluck a piece of the ground cover and visit a nursery for identification.
If the hillside is very steep you may have to lay burlap on the hill and spray seed the hill with a grass that has a good root system to stabllze it.
I suggest you have a qualifed landscaper give you an estimate.
I put in English Ivy. Worked great! But check with your local nursery to see what would work best.