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Bank

Bachelors Delight

State

North Carolina

Primary HUC

03030001 (excludes 040005, 040010 and 040020)

Primary Service Area

White Oak

Bachelors Delight is a stream and wetland mitigation bank in Onslow County and spans 363 acres. The overarching goals of the bank are to enhance water quality; to increase flood attenuation; and to improve aquatic, semi-aquatic and terrestrial habitat of streams and wetlands.

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Bank

Big Run

State

South Carolina

Primary HUC

03050201

Primary Service Area

Cooper

The Big Run Wetland is the first mitigation site for the Palmetto Umbrella Mitigation Bank. It is located in Berkeley County and comprises 2,367 acres. Mitigation efforts on the site will result in the restoration, enhancement and/or preservation of approximately 1,820 acres of wetlands and over 60,000 linear feet of streams.

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Bank

Brice Creek

State

North Carolina

Primary HUC

03020204

Primary Service Area

Lower Neuse

The Brice Creek Mitigation Bank is located in Craven County and is a bottomland hardwood bank comprised of 473 acres. The bank is enhancing 163 acres of intensively managed pine plantations to native non-riparian wet and swamp bottomland hardwood forest.

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Bank

Broxton Rocks

State

Georgia

Primary HUC

03070102

Primary Service Area

Lower Oconee

Primary HUC

03070105

Primary Service Area

Little Ocmulgee

Primary HUC

03070104

Primary Service Area

Lower Ocmulgee

Primary HUC

03070106

Primary Service Area

Altamaha

Primary HUC

03070203

Primary Service Area

Cumberland-St. Simons

 

The Broxton Rocks Mitigation Bank is located in Coffee and Jeff-Davis Counties comprising 1,591 acres. The bank is enhancing 116 acres of wetlands while preserving approximately 81 acres of existing wetland habitat within the floodplain of the Ocmulgee River. It will also restore approximately 2,880 linear feet of stream channel while restoring and preserving approximately 41,126 linear feet of riparian buffer.

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Bank

COTTON VALLEY

State

Louisiana

Primary HUC

11140203

Primary Service Area

Loggy Bayou

Primary HUC

11140209

Primary Service Area

Black Lake Bayou

The Cotton Valley Mitigation Bank is located in Webster Parish and is a bottomland hardwood and stream mitigation bank comprised of 678 acres. The bank is restoring 206 acres of wetland and 20 acres of upland buffer. It enhances 87 acres of wetland from intensively managed pine plantations to native bottomland hardwood, along with preserving 259 acres of bottomland hardwood. The bank will also enhance 68 acres, or 18,696 linear feet of stream, along Bayou Dorcheat.

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Bank

CROW BAY

State

South Carolina

Primary HUC

03040205

Primary Service Area

Black

The potential Crow Bay Mitigation Site is another mitigation site to be added to the Palmetto Umbrella Mitigation Bank. It is located in Clarendon County and comprises approximately 978 acres. Mitigation efforts on the site will result in the restoration, enhancement and/or preservation of approximately 520 acres of freshwater wetlands and over 13,000 linear feet of streams.


Bank

Denton Bottoms

State

Louisiana

Primary HUC

08040303

Primary Service Area

Dugdemona

Primary HUC

08040304

Primary Service Area

SA Little

The Denton Bottoms Mitigation Bank is located in Jackson and Bienville Parishes and is a bottomland hardwood and stream mitigation bank comprised of 252 acres. The bank is restoring 167 acres of intensively managed, bedded pine plantations to native bottomland hardwood forest. In addition, 34 acres of existing bottomland hardwood forest, 20 acres of upland buffer and 30.54 acres of riparian buffer along 8,971 linear feet of stream are being preserved.

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Bank

Dolly T

State

Louisiana

Primary HUC

03180004

Primary Service Area

Lower Pearl

Primary HUC

03180005

Primary Service Area

Bogue Chitto

The Dolly T Mitigation Bank is located in St. Tammany Parish and is comprised of eastern longleaf pine savannah and slash pine flatwoods that encompass 1,473 acres. In addition to restoring 1,159 acres of intensively managed pine, the bank also enhances or preserves 215 acres of existing bayhead swamp wetlands, 69 acres of cypress/ hardwood flat wetlands and 30 acres of uplands.

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Bank

Edisto River

State

South Carolina

Primary HUC

03050206

Primary Service Area

Edisto River

The pending Edisto River Mitigation Site is another mitigation site to be added to the Palmetto Umbrella Mitigation Bank. It is located in Dorchester County and comprises approximately 1,291 acres. Mitigation efforts on the site will result in the restoration, enhancement and/or preservation of approximately 790 acres of freshwater wetlands and over 12,000 linear feet of streams.


Bank

Great Bear

State

Arkansas

Primary HUC

08040202

Primary Service Area

Lower Quachita-Bayou De Loutre

Primary HUC

08040201

Primary Service Area

Lower Quachita-Smackover

The Great Bear Mitigation Bank is a bottomland hardwood bank located in Ashley County and comprised of 514 acres. The bank is restoring 439 acres of bedded pine plantations to native bottomland hardwoods, along with 51 acres of upland buffer, to a mixed pine and hardwood forest. In addition, 17 acres of existing bottomland hardwood forest are being preserved.

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Bank

Great Swamp

State

South Carolina

Primary HUC

03050207

Primary Service Area

Salkehatchie River

The pending Great Swamp Mitigation Site is another site in the Palmetto Umbrella Mitigation Bank. It is located in Colleton County and comprises approximately 3,067 acres. The site is located within the headwaters of the Ashepoo River, which is in a sub-basin of the Salkehatchie River Basin. This 91,357-acre watershed includes Jones Swamp Creek and Doctors Creek, which form the Great Swamp. Great Swamp joins Ireland Creek to form the Ashepoo River. The site is unique in that it contains many historical rice fields. Mitigation efforts will result in the restoration, enhancement and/or preservation of approximately 1,411 acres of freshwater wetlands and 50,000 linear feet of streams.


Bank

Gregorys Creek

State

South Carolina

Primary HUC

03050106

Primary Service Area

Lower Broad

The pending Gregorys Creek Mitigation Site is the second mitigation site for the Palmetto Umbrella Mitigation Bank. It is located in Union County and comprises approximately 537 acres. Mitigation efforts on the site will result in the restoration, enhancement and/or preservation of approximately 171 acres of freshwater wetlands and over 53,371 linear feet of streams.


Bank

GRIFFINS CREEK

State

South Carolina

Primary HUC

03050110

Primary Service Area

Congaree

The potential Griffins Creek Mitigation Bank is part of the Palmetto Umbrella Mitigation Bank in Richland County. Spanning approximately 1,341 acres, the bank will serve as restoration, enhancement and/or preservation of approximately 1,323 acres of freshwater wetlands.


Bank

Gum Swamp

State

Louisiana

Primary HUC

08070202

Primary Service Area

Amite

PRIMARY HUC

08070203

Primary Service Area

Tickfaw

PRIMARY HUC

08070204

Primary Service Area

Lake Maurepas

PRIMARY HUC

08070205

Primary Service Area

Tangipahoa

PRIMARY HUC

08090201

Primary Service Area

Liberty Bayou-Tchefuncta

PRIMARY HUC

08090202

Primary Service Area

Lake Pontchartrain

PRIMARY HUC

08090203

Primary Service Area

Eastern Louisiana Coastal

The Gum Swamp Mitigation Bank is located in Livingston Parish and is a bottomland hardwood mitigation bank encompassing 1,125 acres. The bank is restoring 1,035 acres of intensively managed, bedded pine plantations to native bottomland hardwood forest. In addition, 62 acres of existing bottomland hardwood forest and 18 acres of uplands are being preserved. 

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Bank

Long Lonesome

State

Louisiana

Primary HUC

08040202

Primary Service Area

Lower Quachita-Bayou De Loutre

Primary HUC

08040206

Primary Service Area

Bayou D'arbonne

The Long Lonesome Mitigation Bank is located in Morehouse Parish and is a bottomland hardwood bank comprised of 613 acres. The bank is restoring 552 acres of intensively managed, bedded pine plantations to native bottomland hardwood forest. In addition, 46 acres of existing bottomland hardwood forest and nine acres of uplands are being preserved.

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Bank

Middle Neuse

State

North Carolina

Primary HUC

03020202

Primary Service Area

Middle Neuse

The pending Middle Neuse Umbrella Mitigation Bank is located in both Beaufort and Craven counties, comprising approximately 344 acres. Mitigation efforts will result in the restoration, enhancement and/or preservation of approximately 57 acres of freshwater wetlands and over 31,000 linear feet of streams.


Bank

PONTCHARTRAIN BASIN UMBRELLA MITIGATION BANK

State

Louisiana

Primary HUC

08070202

Primary Service Area

Amite

PRIMARY HUC

08070203

Primary Service Area

Tickfaw

PRIMARY HUC

08070204

Primary Service Area

Lake Maurepas

PRIMARY HUC

08070205

Primary Service Area

Tangipahoa

PRIMARY HUC

08090201

Primary Service Area

Liberty Bayou-Tchefuncta

PRIMARY HUC

08090202

Primary Service Area

Lake Pontchartrain

PRIMARY HUC

08090203

Primary Service Area

Eastern Louisiana Coastal

The pending Pontchartrain Basin Umbrella Mitigation Bank is located in Livingston Parish, spanning approximately 7,385 acres. Mitigation efforts will result in the rehabilitation, enhancement and preservation of hardwood and flatwood forested wetland ecosystems as described by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Natural Heritage Program (LNHP 2009).


Bank

SAVANNAH BRANCH

State

South Carolina

Primary HUC

03060110

Primary Service Area

Calibogue Sound-Wright River

The potential Savannah Branch Mitigation Bank is part of the Palmetto Umbrella Mitigation Bank in Jasper County. With approximately 767 acres, the bank’s purpose is to restore, enhance and/or preserve approximately 462 acres of freshwater wetlands and over 16,000 linear feet of streams.


Bank

St. Johns

State

Florida

Primary HUC

30801031601

Primary Service Area

Broward River

Primary HUC

308010315

Primary Service Area

Trout Creek-St. Johns River

Primary HUC

308010314

Primary Service Area

Ortega River-St. Johns River

Primary HUC

30801031602

Primary Service Area

Big Island Swamp

Primary HUC

30801031604

Primary Service Area

Upper Pablo Creek

Primary HUC

308010310

Primary Service Area

North Fork of Black Creek

Primary HUC

308010309

Primary Service Area

South Fork of Black Creek

Primary HUC

308010311

Primary Service Area

Black Creek-St. Johns River

Primary HUC

308010313

Primary Service Area

Doctors Lake-St. Johns River

Primary HUC

308010312

Primary Service Area

Palmo Cove-St. Johns River

Primary HUC

308010308

Primary Service Area

Clarks Creek-St. Johns River

The St. Johns Mitigation Bank is a 3,580-acre site located in St. Johns County. Mitigation efforts used to restore the historic conditions of the bank focus on the enhancement of approximately 3,110 acres of mesic flatwoods, wet flatwoods, basin swamp, bottomland hardwoods and approximately 430 acres of uplands.

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Bank

Turkey Creek

State

Mississippi

Primary HUC

Six coastal counties of Mississippi located in Mobile District

Primary Service Area

Pearl River, Stone, George, Jackson, Harrison and Hancock counties

The Turkey Creek Mitigation Bank services the six coastal counties and is comprised of wet pine savannah and bottomland hardwood wetlands encompassing approximately 238 acres. In addition to restoring 158 acres of intensively managed pine plantation back to wet pine savannah, 20 acres of existing bottomland hardwoods and 50 acres of upland pine savannah are also being enhanced or preserved.

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