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NamePublicStatusBank TypeBank AcresState ListDistrict ListField Office ListNOAA Fisheries Region ListCounty ListAvailable CreditsNumber Ledger Trans.Recent Ledger Activity DateHas Sub-ledgerNum Sub-ledger trans.Credit Classification ListCredit Type ListAssessment Method ListSingle ClientIs 404Is DOTIs Conservation BankIs ILFIs USACEIs FWSIs NOAAYear Est.Is NRDAIs UmbrellaInitiation FeetInitiation AcresBank Cowardin System ListBank Cowardin Subsystem ListBank Cowardin Class ListBank Cowardin Subclass ListInitiation CreditsReleased CreditsWithdrawn CreditsCurrent Status DateRegulatory Bank Manager ListBank Sponsor POC ListBank IRT ListJurisdictionCommentsDistrictField OfficeNOAA Fisheries RegionIs AmendedAmended DateBank Approved DateBank Suspended DateBank Sold-Out DateBank Pending DateBank Terminated DateBank Withdrawn DateHas FootprintHas Service AreaBank Centroid LatitudeBank Centroid LongitudeCredits Accepted in SettlementBank IdProgram IdUmbrella IdUSACE Permit NoFWS Permit NoNOAA Permit NoOther Permit NoPublic Lands TypeIs On Public Lands
Mud SloughYesApprovedPrivate Commercial180ORPortland Oregon West Coast Polk [OR]9.581424112/23/2021Yes1WetlandsWetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2000NoNo-278.3PalustrineN/A--159.125159.125149.543610/20/2000Mark Knaupp Caila Heintz, Andrea Seager, Grey Wolf- Shauna Everett, Sam Friedman, Maya Goklany, Caila Heintz, Caila Heintz, Tracie Nadeau, Melody Rudenko, Andrea Seager, Thomas Sentner, Haley Teach, Joy Vaughan, Kate Wells, Grey Wolf, Grey WolfFederalPolk CountyPortlandOregonWest CoastNo-10/20/2000-----YesYes44.9587899777703-123.20676016899017--NWP-1999-1585; NWP-2007-699-----
Muddy CreekYesApprovedPrivate Commercial108ORPortland Oregon West Coast Benton [OR].2754409/01/2021No-WetlandsWetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2007NoNo-109.87PalustrineN/A--59.0853.1652.88507/11/2007Muddy Creek Wetland Mitigation Bank Maya Goklany, Andrea Seager, Grey Wolf Chris Kiilsgaard, Jeff Reams Shauna Everett, Sam Friedman, Maya Goklany, Maya Goklany, Caila Heintz, Tracie Nadeau, Melody Rudenko, Andrea Seager, Thomas Sentner, Haley Teach, Joy Vaughan, Kate Wells, Grey Wolf, Grey WolfFederalBenton CountyPortlandOregonWest CoastNo-07/11/2007-----YesYes44.3686930549082-123.298349012714018--NWP-2005-714-----
One Horse SloughYesApprovedPrivate Commercial130.48ORPortland Oregon West Coast Linn [OR].1767110/28/2021No-WetlandsWetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2006NoNo-130.28PalustrineN/A--66.90568.1667.98412/12/2006Oregon Wetlands LLC Melody Rudenko, Andrea Seager, Thomas Sentner Ray Fiori, Marvin and Cindy Gilmour, Al Sullivan Shauna Everett, Sam Friedman, Maya Goklany, Caila Heintz, Tracie Nadeau, Melody Rudenko, Melody Rudenko, Andrea Seager, Thomas Sentner, Thomas Sentner, Haley Teach, Joy Vaughan, Kate Wells, Grey WolfFederalLinn CountyPortlandOregonWest CoastNo-12/12/2006-----YesYes44.5593277518575-122.869771752087019--NWP-2005-622-----
Mid-ValleyYesApprovedPrivate Commercial43.66ORPortland Oregon West Coast Benton [OR].00654705/07/2015No-WetlandsWetlandHGMNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2005NoNo-43.66PalustrineN/A--21.52721.0721.063509/29/2005- Andrea Seager, Grey Wolf Marvin and Cindy Gilmour Shauna Everett, Sam Friedman, Maya Goklany, Caila Heintz, Tracie Nadeau, Melody Rudenko, Andrea Seager, Thomas Sentner, Haley Teach, Joy Vaughan, Kate Wells, Grey Wolf, Grey WolfFederalPhases 1 and 2 - Benton CountyPortlandOregonWest CoastNo-09/29/2005-----YesYes44.697560401703-123.164599009227026--NWP-2004-726-----
Foster CreekYesApprovedPrivate Commercial71.7ORPortland Oregon West Coast Clackamas [OR].17809/30/2021No-WetlandsWetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2006NoNo-70.41PalustrineN/A--27.5726.1926.0910/02/2006Wetland Systems Restoration & Conservation LLC Andrea Seager, Grey Wolf David Gorman Shauna Everett, Sam Friedman, Maya Goklany, Caila Heintz, Tracie Nadeau, Melody Rudenko, Andrea Seager, Thomas Sentner, Haley Teach, Joy Vaughan, Kate Wells, Grey Wolf, Grey WolfFederalClackamas CountyPortlandOregonWest CoastNo-10/02/2006-----YesYes45.3571054732248-122.401141293953031--NWP-2005-621-----
MarionYesApprovedPrivate Commercial57.82ORPortland Oregon West Coast Marion [OR]2.0934707/30/2021No-WetlandsWetlandHGMNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2003NoNo-57.79PalustrineN/A--34.09232.0929.99704/01/2003Dick Novitzki Andrea Seager, Thomas Sentner, Grey Wolf C. Jonas Moiel Shauna Everett, Sam Friedman, Maya Goklany, Caila Heintz, Tracie Nadeau, Melody Rudenko, Andrea Seager, Thomas Sentner, Thomas Sentner, Haley Teach, Joy Vaughan, Kate Wells, Grey Wolf, Grey WolfFederalMarion CountyPortlandOregonWest CoastNo-04/01/2003-----YesYes44.761559157764-122.909285608083032--NWP-2007-701 & 1999-1586-----
Oak CreekYesApprovedPrivate Commercial88.2ORPortland Oregon West Coast Linn [OR].0054711/13/2013No-WetlandsWetlandHGMNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo1999NoNo-78.6PalustrineN/A--38.9822.5922.58508/04/1999- Melody Rudenko, Andrea Seager Richard Novitzki Shauna Everett, Sam Friedman, Maya Goklany, Caila Heintz, Tracie Nadeau, Melody Rudenko, Melody Rudenko, Andrea Seager, Thomas Sentner, Haley Teach, Joy Vaughan, Kate Wells, Grey WolfFederalLinn CountyPortlandOregonWest CoastNo-08/04/1999-----YesYes44.4989315595647-122.898056954694033--NWP-1997-1610-----
Wilbur IslandYesApprovedPrivate Commercial285ORPortland Oregon West Coast Lane [OR]30.10442408/12/2021No-WetlandsWetlandHGMNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo-137.67Estuarine---44.1233.092.985607/14/2008Don Wilbur Dana Field, Maya Goklany Megan Gerber Jane Bacchieri, Johnny Sundstrom, Derek Wilson, Robert WilsonFederalLane County; provides compensatory mitigation for unavoidable estuarine & non-estuarine wetland lossesPortlandOregonWest CoastNo-07/14/2008-----YesYes43.9784100768865-124.046710194421036--NWP-2007-711-----
EvergreenYesSold-OutPrivate Commercial174.52ORPortland Oregon West Coast Benton [OR]06805/27/2021No-WetlandsWetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2007NoNo-173.52Palustrine---84.5284.5284.5205/27/2021- Andrea Seager, Grey Wolf Ray Fiori, Marvin and Cindy Gilmour Shauna Everett, Sam Friedman, Maya Goklany, Caila Heintz, Tracie Nadeau, Melody Rudenko, Andrea Seager, Thomas Sentner, Haley Teach, Joy Vaughan, Kate Wells, Grey Wolf, Grey WolfFederalBenton CountyPortlandOregonWest CoastNo-02/27/2007-05/27/2021---YesYes44.5071704984007-123.341851442772037--NWP-2005-701-----
ODOT Lost RiverYesApprovedSingle-Client19ORPortland Oregon West Coast Klamath [OR]6.4261601/11/2019No-WetlandsWetlandRatioYesYesYesNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo-14.11----13.4410.7314.30503/20/2008Oregon Department of Transportation Dana Field, Maya Goklany Brad Livingston Brad LivingstonFederalKlamath CountyPortlandOregonWest CoastNo-03/20/2008-----YesYes42.177413074828-121.607558317774038--NWP-2007-497-----
Desmond Mitigation BankYesApprovedPrivate Commercial48.3CASan Francisco Sacramento West Coast Sonoma [CA]10.012502/19/2021Yes4Riparian Seasonal Wetland, Sebastopol Meadowfoam - Limnanthes vinculans (LIVI - Preservation)Species, WetlandRatio, SpeciesNoYesNoYesNoYesYesNo2005NoNo-19.43Riverine---24.721.3711.3609/14/2005- Sahrye Cohen, Elizabeth Demarse, Tami Schane Christopher & Annie Desmond Leah Butler, Sahrye Cohen, Melanie Day, Tara Kerss, Bryan Matsumoto, Tami Schane, Jennifer SiuFederal-San FranciscoSacramentoWest CoastNo-09/14/2005-----NoYes38.35885-122.76902058--SPN-2002-27645-----
Stillwater Plains Mitigation Bank - Phase IYesApprovedPrivate Commercial834CASacramento Sacramento West Coast Shasta [CA]98.6482713308/31/2020No-Boggs Lake hedge-hyssop Creation, Boggs Lake hedge-hyssop Preservation, Emergent Marsh, Emergent Marsh Creation, Group: Emergent Marsh/Boggs Lake hedge-hyssop Preservation, Oak Woodland Creation, Oak Woodland Preservation, Valley elderberry longhorn beetle (VELB), Vernal Pool (404), Vernal Pool Preservation (404), Vernal Swale, Vernal Swale CreationGroup, Species, WetlandRatio, SpeciesNoYesNoYesNoYesYesNo2000NoNo-51.97PalustrineN/AEmergent-266.23814259.27914160.6308704/04/2000- Amy Henderson, Dana Herman Glenn Hawes, DeANNE Parker Amy Henderson, Dana Herman, Leana Rosetti, Laura ShivelyFederal, Non FederalStillwater Plains Mitigation Bank - Phase I is located near Redding, CA and offers USACE 404 credits as well as USFWS ESA credits for the Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle and CDFW Oak Woodland and Boggs Lake hedge-hyssop credits.SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-04/04/2000-----YesYes40.5124225836662-122.272165927883059--SPK-1996-00064-----
Dolan Ranch Conservation BankYesApprovedPrivate Commercial252CASacramento Sacramento West Coast Colusa [CA]11.6195704/18/2006No-Giant garter snake (GGS), Group: Vernal Pool Preservation, Swainson's Hawk & Burrowing Owl, Vernal Pool Fairy Shrimp (VPFS) - preservation, Vernal Pool Tadpole Shrimp (VPTS) - preservation, Vernal pool tadpole shrimp (VPTS)Group, SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo1999NoNo-252.11----308.94308.94297.32101/12/1999Wildlands, Inc. c/o Domain Capital Group James Kwon, Toby McBride Peggy Lee Stephanie Buss, Toby McBrideFederal-SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-01/12/1999-----YesYes39.1753943908593-121.981966147474060--------
Dove Ridge Conservation BankYesApprovedPrivate Commercial2400CASacramento Sacramento West Coast Butte [CA]278.9064501/08/2021Yes2Butte County meadowfoam (Preservation), Group: VPFS +/- VPTS Preservation, Vernal Pool Fairy Shrimp (VPFS) - preservation, Vernal Pool Preservation (ESA), Vernal Pool Tadpole Shrimp (VPTS) - preservationGroup, SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo2003NoNo-2331.2----451.67451.67172.76412/01/2003Loafer Creek, c/o Wildlands Jerry Bielfeldt Julie Maddox, Claire Sharif-FederalCredits from this bank may be authorized to compensate for impacts to vernal pool tadpole shrimp, vernal pool fairy shrimp and Butte County meadowfoam. SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-12/01/2003-----NoYes39.583333-121.666667061---81420-2003-B-0001----
Kimball Island Mitigation BankYesSold-OutPrivate Commercial109CASacramentoSF Bay-Delta West CoastSacramento [CA]-.011514705/21/2007No-Palustrine Emergent Marsh (PEM), Riparian (creation), Riverine Aquatic Bed, Shaded Riverine Aquatic RestoredStream, WetlandRatio, STREAMNoYesNoYesNoYesYesYes1998NoNo35706103.01Palustrine, RiverineN/A, Upper PerennialAquatic Bed, Emergent-34993.07234993.07234993.083505/21/2007Wildlands, Inc. John Henderson Julie Maddox, Claire Sharif John Henderson, Chandra Jenkins, Tara KerssFederal-SacramentoSF Bay-DeltaWest CoastNo-03/31/1998-05/21/2007---YesYes38.0268567480851-121.81639961687062--199600131-----
Bryte Ranch Conservation BankYesApprovedPrivate Commercial573CASacramento Sacramento West Coast Sacramento [CA]53.39727108/22/2019No-Burrowing Owl (BUOW), Group: SWHA and BUOW Credits, Group: VP Preservation w/ Mulitplier, Group: VP preservation w/o Multiplier, Swainson's hawk (SWHA), Vernal Pool Fairy Shrimp (VPFS) - preservation, Vernal Pool Tadpole Shrimp (VPTS) - preservationGroup, SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo2002NoNo-248.24----264.268198.166144.768806/24/2002- Jerry Bielfeldt Marcus Bole, Taraneh Emam, Richard Thurn Stephanie BussFederal, Non FederalThis bank is authorized to offer preservation credits for vernal pool fairy shrimp and vernal pool tadpole shrimp habitat. This bank is located within the Mather Core area of the Southeast Sacramento Valley Vernal Pool Region.SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-06/24/2002-----NoYes38.459571-121.272075063---81420-2006-B-0003----
Wikiup Mitigation BankYesSold-OutPrivate Commercial12CASan Francisco Sacramento West Coast Sonoma [CA]10206/28/1995No-Seasonal WetlandWetlandHEPNoYesNoYesNoYesYesNo1995NoNo-6PalustrineN/A--6010006/11/1997- Elizabeth Demarse- Melanie DayFederalSold Out - This bank was approved to sell vernal pool creation credits (Sebastopol meadowfoam) and Burke's goldfields: also approved to sell Corps of Engineers wetland mitigation credits San FranciscoSacramentoWest CoastNo-07/28/199506/29/199506/11/1997---YesYes38.5176149904151-122.777280982374064--------
Orchard Creek Conservation BankYesSold-OutPrivate Commercial632CASacramentoSacramento West CoastPlacer [CA].00549710/15/2003No-Vernal pool fairy shrimp (VPFS)SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo1997NoNo-813.84----74.55774.55774.551610/15/2003- Dana Herman Julie Maddox, Claire Sharif Angela Calderaro, Dana HermanFederalSold OutSacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-01/22/199701/02/200310/15/2003---YesYes38.8485438775362-121.317315685964066--------
Kern Water Bank (Conservation Bank)YesApprovedCombination Public/Private3267CASacramentoSacramento West CoastKern [CA]---No-Blunt-nosed leopard lizard, San Joaquin Kit Fox (SJKF), Tipton kangaroo ratSpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo1997NoNo---------07/14/2008Kern Water Board Authority Tim Ludwick Cheryl Harding Lori Bono, Justin SloanFederalThis bank is approved to sell upland species credits for San Joaquin kit fox, Tipton kangaroo rat, blunt-nosed leopard lizard. Contact Kern Water Board for information on credit sales for other species. SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-07/14/2008-----YesYes35.2776146580161-119.23359336922-67--------
Ohlone Preserve Conservation BankYesSold-OutPrivate Commercial640CASan Francisco Sacramento West Coast Alameda [CA]-.0410401/05/2017No-Alameda whipsnake (AWS), California Tiger Salamander - Central DPS - aquatic (CTS Central aquatic), California Tiger Salamander - Central DPS - upland (CTS Cental upland), California red-legged frog (CRF), Group: Multi-species (CRLF & AWS), Group: Multi-species (CRLF & CTS aquatic), Group: Multi-species (CRLF & CTS upland), Group: Multi-species (CRLF, AWS, CTS upland)Group, SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo2005NoNo-638.57----638.574638.574638.61412/04/2018Fletcher Conservation Lands Jerry Bielfeldt Joseph DiDonato, Betsy Fletcher Kelly Jerry Bielfeldt, Marcia Grefsrud, Tara KerssFederalOther special status species, such as the callippe silverspot butterfly (<i>Speyeria callippe callippe</i>), northwestern pond turtle (<i>Clemmys marmorata marmorata</i>), and burrowing owl (<i>Athene cunicularia</i>), or habitat for these species, may also occur on the Conservation Bank site.San FranciscoSacramentoWest CoastNo-06/23/2005-12/04/2018---YesYes37.5569121622125-121.744138922873068---81420-2006-B-0018 ---No
Agua Fria Conservation BankYesSold-OutPrivate Commercial3233.5CASacramento Sacramento West Coast Merced [CA]136405/12/2002No-Burrowing Owl (BUOW), San Joaquin Kit Fox (SJKF)SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo2002NoNo-3220----3220136011/12/2010- Jerry Bielfeldt Donn Campion David HackerFederalSold OutSacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-09/29/200205/13/200211/12/2010---YesYes37.0193337091257-121.00366953364069---81420-2006-B-0023----
Haera Wildlife Conservation BankYesSold-OutPrivate Commercial299CASacramentoSacramento West CoastAlameda [CA]03106/05/2015No-Burrowing Owl (BUOW), Group: SJKF/Burrowing Owl, San Joaquin Kit Fox (SJKF)Group, SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo2001NoNo-299----29929929907/10/2015Wildlands, Inc. Jerry Bielfeldt Julie Maddox, Claire Sharif Jerry Bielfeldt, Marcia Grefsrud, Tara KerssFederal, Non FederalThis Bank is authorized to sell conservation credits as either Burrowing Owl credits, San Joaquin kit fox credits, or as dual species credits.SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-03/06/2002-07/10/201508/14/2000--YesYes37.7185753236833-121.577337161912070--------
Pleasanton Ridge Conservation BankYesSuspendedPrivate Commercial654CASan Francisco Sacramento West Coast Alameda [CA]892.355601/20/1999No-Alameda whipsnake (AWS), California red-legged frog (CRF), Multi-Species (CRLF & AWS) Habitat OverlapSpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo2003NoNo-654.1----892.355892.355007/12/2012East Bay Regional Park Dist. James Kwon- Marcia GrefsrudFederalPleasanton Ridge is not currently approved to sell credits. San FranciscoSacramentoWest CoastNo-06/30/200307/12/2012----YesYes37.670992044098-121.965440377333071--------
French Camp Conservation BankYesApprovedPrivate Commercial84CASacramento Sacramento West Coast San Joaquin [CA]627503/23/2020No-Valley elderberry longhorn beetle (VELB)SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo2006NoNo-72.15----19641624156202/21/2006Delta Habitat, LLC Jerry Bielfeldt Darryl Foreman Jerry BielfeldtFederalThis bank is approved to sell valley elderberry longhorn beetle credits. SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-02/21/2006-----NoYes37.9-121.3072--------
Pope Ranch Conservation BankYesSold-OutPrivate Commercial391CASacramento SF Bay-Delta West Coast Yolo [CA]-.00061902/01/2006No-Giant garter snake (GGS)SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo2001NoNo-391----387387387.000604/30/2005Wildlands, Inc. John Henderson Julie Maddox, Claire Sharif John Henderson, Tara Kerss, Kim SquiresFederalSold OutSacramentoSF Bay-DeltaWest CoastNo-04/27/200104/28/200104/30/2005---NoYes38.416142-121.655891073--------
Kennedy Table Conservation BankYesApprovedPrivate Commercial600CASacramentoSacramento West CoastMadera [CA]46.544806/16/2016No-Group: VPFS + Owls Clover, Succulent Owl's-clover, Vernal pool fairy shrimp (VPFS)Group, SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo2004NoNo-33.94----57.6957.6911.14606/18/2004- Jerry Bielfeldt Lydia Miller, Bart & Cynthia Topping-FederalThis bank is approved to sell vernal pool preservation credits (succulent owl's clover and vernal pool fairy shrimp) Other sensitive species present: Lake hedge hyssop SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-06/18/2004-----NoYes37.069923-119.690521075--------
Arroyo Seco Conservation BankYesSold-OutPrivate Commercial246.32CASacramento Sacramento West Coast Sacramento [CA].014308/19/2002No-Sacramento Orcutt Grass (ORVI), Slender Orcutt Grass, Vernal Pool Preservation (ESA), Vernal pool fairy shrimp (VPFS), Vernal pool tadpole shrimp (VPTS)SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo1998NoNo-47.08----47.0847.0847.0708/19/2002Conservation Resources, LLC Elizabeth Demarse George Vrame Stephanie BussFederalSold Out - This bank was approved to sell vernal pool preservation credits (vernal pool tadpole shrimp, vernal pool fairy shrimp, Sacramento Orcutt grass and Slender Orcutt grass). The bank was sold-out on 08/19/2002. SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-05/27/1998-08/19/2002---YesYes38.502715007826-121.28867171308076---81420-2006-B-0024----
River Ranch VELB Conservation BankYesApprovedPrivate Commercial87.22CASacramento Sacramento West Coast Yolo [CA]180.1453313012/01/2021Yes1Valley elderberry longhorn beetle (VELB)SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo2005NoNo-187.73----4542.14403.74223.5546706/08/2005Sacramento River Ranch, LLC Jerry Bielfeldt Julie Maddox, Claire Sharif, Cindy Tambini Jerry BielfeldtFederalThis bank is located in Yolo County, California, and is approved to sell Valley elderberry longhorn beetle ("VELB") credits SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-06/08/2005-----NoYes38.760605-121.626945077--------
Coles LeveeYesSold-OutSingle-Client6059CASacramentoSacramento West CoastKern [CA]---No-Bakersfield cactus, Blunt-nosed leopard lizard, Buena Vista Lake shrew, Burrowing Owl (BUOW), Giant kangaroo rat, San Joaquin Antelope Squirrel, San Joaquin Kit Fox (SJKF), San Joaquin LeConte's Thrasher, Short-nosed Kangaroo Rat, Southwestern Pond Turtle, Tipton kangaroo ratSpeciesSpeciesYesNoNoYesNoNoYesNo1992NoNo---------11/23/2012AERA Energy LLC Tim Ludwick- David Hacker, Justin SloanFederalSold Out<br>The ARCO Western Energy Habitat Conservation Plan (AWEHCP) addresses impacts of oil and gas operations on listed and candidate species in a large portion of western Kern County, CA. THe AWEHCP may ultimately impact up to 330 acres of habitat for listed species. This habitat loss will be compensated by designation of habitat on Coles Levee Exosystem Preserve. A total of up to 1,000 acres may be designated on Coles Levee Ecosystem Preserve for ARCO Western Energy projects described in the AWEHCPSacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-10/02/199207/14/200811/23/2012---YesYes35.2675578908177-119.303949968418-78--------
Kreyenhagen Hills Conservation BankYesApprovedPrivate Commercial1295CASacramento Sacramento West Coast Fresno [CA]117.323011/21/2017No-San Joaquin Kit Fox (SJKF)SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo2005NoNo-1295----129512951177.6812/23/2005Wildlands, Inc. c/o Domain Capital Group Jerry Bielfeldt Peggy Lee-FederalThis bank is approved to sell San Joaquin kit fox credits Other Sensitive Species: western spadefoot toad SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-12/23/2005-----YesYes36.0577388455679-120.390144027463079--------
Fitzgerald Ranch Conservation BankYesApprovedPrivate Commercial808CASacramentoSacramento West CoastSan Joaquin [CA]559.1514106/04/2010No-California Tiger Salamander, Vernal Pool Fairy Shrimp (VPFS) - preservationSpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo1999NoNo-808----834.05834.05274.89905/24/2012Chris Powell Jerry Bielfeldt Chris Powell-FederalCredits from this bank may be used to offset impacts to vernal pool fairy shrimp habitat or California tiger salamander habitat. SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-05/24/201209/20/2010----NoYes38.12849113717675-121.168212890625080--------
South West Santa Rosa Vernal Pool Preservation Bank (aka: Engel Preserve)YesSold-OutPrivate Commercial39.4CASan Francisco Sacramento West Coast Sonoma [CA]04507/11/2002No-California Tiger Salamander - Sonoma DPS (Sonoma CTS), Sebastopol Meadowfoam - Limnanthes vinculans (LIVI - Preservation), Sonoma Sunshine (Blennosperma bakeri)(BLBA - Preservation), WetlandsSpecies, WetlandRatio, SpeciesNoYesNoYesNoYesYesNo1997NoNo-17.36PalustrineN/A--251.5251.5251.507/22/2002- Elizabeth Demarse Ronald Engel Melanie DayFederalThis bank was approved in 1997 to sell preservation credits for: Sebastopol meadowfoam (Limnanthes vinculans), Sonoma sunshine (Blennosperma bakeri), and California tiger salamander (Ambystoma californiense). A MOA adding wetland restoration credits was approved on June 15, 1999. San FranciscoSacramentoWest CoastNo-06/02/1997-07/22/2002---YesYes38.3890619874749-122.757398424991081---81420-2006-B-0029- --
Campbell Ranch Conservation BankYesApprovedPrivate Commercial160CASacramentoSacramento West CoastSolano [CA]12.587511/09/2005No-Group: Vernal Pool Preservation, Vernal Pool Fairy Shrimp (VPFS) - preservation, Vernal Pool Tadpole Shrimp (VPTS) - preservationGroup, SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo2005NoNo-18.67----18.66718.6676.0804/14/2005- Jerry Bielfeldt Buel Campbell Jerry BielfeldtFederalThe Campbell Ranch Conservation Bank is a 160 acre ranch in Solano County, CA. This bank is authorized to sell preservation credits for vernal pool fairy shrimp and vernal pool tadpole shrimp.SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-04/14/2005-----NoYes38.41325-121.720505082--------
Drayer Ranch Conservation BankYesApprovedPrivate Commercial254.4CASacramento Sacramento West Coast Merced [CA]17.0942309/20/2018No-California Tiger Salamander, Group: SJKF/CTS, San Joaquin Kit Fox (SJKF), Succulent Owl's-clover, Vernal Pool Fairy Shrimp (VPFS) - preservation, Vernal Pool Preservation (ESA), Vernal Pool Tadpole Shrimp (VPTS) - preservationGroup, SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo2005NoNo-353----375.54375.54358.44609/08/2005Drayer Trust Jerry Bielfeldt Frederick & Carla Drayer, David Hartesveldt, Lydia Miller-FederalThis conservation bank is authorized to provide credits to compensate for impacts to California tiger salamander, San Joaquin kit fox, and vernal pool preservation within the banks service area.SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-09/08/2005-----NoYes37.187458-120.142929086--------
Baileys' MeadowYesTerminatedPrivate Commercial96UTSacramentoUtah West CoastSalt Lake [UT].744702/26/2016No-Emergent Marsh, Freshwater Marsh Complex (creation), Freshwater Wet MeadowWetlandHEP, RatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo1999NoNo-60Lacustrine, PalustrineLittoral, N/AEmergentPersistent606059.2606/12/2017Diversified Habitats, L.L.C. Jason Gipson Jim Paraskeva Jason GipsonFederal-SacramentoUtahWest CoastNo-09/30/1999---06/12/2017-YesYes40.8035694830933-112.060366196528087--199750054-----
Sunrise Douglas Mitigation BankYesApprovedPrivate Commercial482CASacramento Sacramento West Coast El Dorado [CA]15.0851210/04/2006No-Group: Vernal Pool Preservation, Sacramento Orcutt Grass (ORVI), Slender Orcutt Grass, Vernal Pool Preservation (ESA), Vernal pool fairy shrimp (VPFS), Vernal pool tadpole shrimp (VPTS)Group, SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo2008NoNo-50----505034.91507/14/2008The Sunridge Conservancy James Kwon Niki Doan Stephanie BussFederalSacramento Orcutt Grass, Slender Orcutt Grass, Vernal Pool Fairy Shrimp, Vernal Pool Tadpole Shrimp preservation bank located in Sacramento, CA.SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-07/14/2008-----NoYes38.744728-120.890884088--------
Laguna Creek Mitigation BankYesApprovedPrivate Commercial747CASacramentoSacramento West CoastSacramento [CA]337.32318111/02/2007No-Seasonal Wetlands, Swainson's hawk (SWHA), Valley elderberry longhorn beetle (VELB), Vernal Pool (404), Vernal Pool Preservation (404)Species, WetlandRatio, SpeciesNoYesNoYesNoYesYesNo2008NoNo-728.36PalustrineN/AEmergent-1755.871755.871418.54707/14/2008Conservation Resources, LLC Jerry Bielfeldt, Chandra Jenkins George Vrame Jerry Bielfeldt, Chandra Jenkins, Amy Kennedy, Tara Kerss, Joseph MorganFederalOpen only for Valley Elderberry Longhorn BeetleSacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-07/14/2008-----YesYes38.4186165277909-121.059336863986097--199700678-----
Vieira-Sandy Mush Road Conservation BankYesApprovedPrivate Commercial333CASacramentoSacramento West CoastMerced [CA]37.131910/29/2018No-California Tiger Salamander - Central DPS - upland (CTS Cental upland), Group: CTS + SJKF Preservation, Group: VPFS + VPTS Preservation, San Joaquin Kit Fox (SJKF), Vernal Pool Fairy Shrimp (VPFS) - preservation, Vernal Pool Preservation (ESA), Vernal Pool Tadpole Shrimp (VPTS) - preservationGroup, SpeciesSpeciesNoNoNoYesNoNoYesNo2006NoNo-333----359.406359.406322.27601/09/2006- Jerry Bielfeldt Lydia Miller, Manuel Vieira-FederalThe Vieira-Sandy Mush Conservation Bank is located in northern Merced county. Federally listed species occurring on the Bank include VP Fairy Shrimp, VP Tadpole Shrimp and California Tiger Salamander.SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-01/09/2006-----NoYes37.107624-120.663155098--------
Longleaf MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial3021FLJacksonvilleJacksonville SoutheastNassau [FL]485.5315612/30/2021No-Palustrine Emergent, Palustrine ForestedWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2005NoNo-1794.81PalustrineN/AEmergent, Forested-1026.671026.67541.1405/03/2005Longleaf Mitigation Development Company, LLC Vivian Gerena Stacy McKinney, William (Bill) Schroeder Erin Gawera, Vivian Gerena, Cecelia HarperFederalThis bank will have 3 sites: South, Northwest, and East and be implemented in 5 Phases. The initial Phase 1 is the South Bank site. The functional assessment method used is WRAP.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-05/03/2005-----YesYes30.4683557019998-81.94447706546380107--SAJ-2003-00640-----
Loblolly MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial6240.03FLJacksonvilleJacksonville SoutheastDuval [FL]1475.3516910/27/2021No-Palustrine ForestedWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2003NoNo-6253.81PalustrineN/AForested-2507.472014.82539.4712/03/2003Loblolly Mitigation Preserve, LLC Vivian Gerena Ernest Hale Erin Gawera, Vivian Gerena, Cecelia HarperFederalThis bank consists of two parcels: Parcel A, owned by Loblolly Mitigation Preserve, LLC, consists of 2,048 acres; and Parcel B, owned by the City of Jacksonville, consists of 4,199 acres. Functional assessment methodology used is WRAP. Credits sales are to the hundredths (0.01) level. JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-12/03/2003-----YesYes30.2381091350118-81.97574912199580109--SAJ-2002-07493-----
Corkscrew Regional MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial632.5FLJacksonvilleSouth Florida SoutheastLee [FL]23.899409/23/2021No-Palustrine Emergent, Palustrine ForestedWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo-538.3PalustrineN/AEmergent, Forested-372.22216.16192.2707/14/2008- Steve Currie Desmond Duke Constance Cassler, Steve CurrieFederalThe objective of this wetland mitigation bank is to create and restore a mosaic of upland and wetland, forested and non-forested habitats. Functional assessment method used is WRAP.JacksonvilleSouth FloridaSoutheastNo-07/14/2008-----YesYes26.4579074142643-81.63558181149350110--SAJ-1998-04673-----
Tupelo MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial1525.06FLJacksonvilleJacksonville SoutheastSt. Johns [FL]263.6613302/24/2020No-Palustrine ForestedWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo-1525PalustrineN/AForested-623.62623.62359.95907/14/2008Tupelo Mitigation Company, LLC Daniel Irick BJ Ambrose Teresa Frame, Erin GaweraFederalThis bank is wholly owned by Tupelo Mitigation Company, LLC and consists of four phases: the oldest on-site timber is generally represented within the boundary of Phase 1, and the youngest within Phase 4. Functional assessment methodology used is WRAP.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-07/14/2008-----YesYes29.8928237359409-81.46616848605320116--SAJ- 2002-07494-----
Big Cypress MB, Phase VIYesApprovedPrivate Commercial885FLJacksonville South Florida Southeast Hendry [FL].828403/08/2019No-PalustrineWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo-885Palustrine---506.03237.35236.5301/30/2017EarthMark Southwest Florida Mitigation, LLC Steve Currie Kasey Carrere, Lynn Zenczak Steve CurrieFederalThe objective of this wetland mitigation bank is to restore the grove land to wetlands and to enhance all of the existing on-site wetlands. The functional assessment method used is M-WRAP. JacksonvilleSouth FloridaSoutheastNo-01/30/201707/28/2016----YesYes26.2741338582146-81.16356755088640125--SAJ-2010-02183----No
Bluefield Ranch MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial2692.98FLJacksonville South Florida Southeast Martin [FL], St. Lucie [FL]1207.52813701/04/2022No-Palustrine, Palustrine Emergent, Palustrine ForestedWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2002NoNo-2675PalustrineN/AEmergent, Forested-1522.391522.34314.81206/20/2002MitBank USA, Inc. Tom Mings David McIntosh, Chuck Olson Constance Cassler, Tom MingsFederalThe bank site will provide a broad range of wetland functions and values, including habitat restoration and enhancement, groundwater recharge, water quality improvement and increased flood storage capacity. The functional assessment method used is WRAP. JacksonvilleSouth FloridaSoutheastNo-06/20/2002-----YesYes27.2270445475603-80.63865645238950126--SAJ-2000-02935-----
Tampa Bay MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial161.23FLJacksonvilleJacksonville SoutheastHillsborough [FL]33.31914111/16/2021No-Estuarine Intertidal, Emergent, Estuarine Intertidal, Forested, Palustrine Emergent, Palustrine Forested, Palustrine Open WaterWetlandE-WRAP, WRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo-0Estuarine, PalustrineIntertidal, N/AEmergent, Forested, Open Water-103.0798.78865.46907/14/2008Tampa Bay Mitigation, L.L.C. Teresa Frame Beverly Birkitt Teresa Frame, Erin Gawera, Mark SramekFederalDedicated to the creation of new estuarine wetlands and the creation/restoration of historic freshwater wetlands. There are two functional assessment methods used - WRAP for Palustrine credits and EWRAP for Estuarine credits.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-07/14/2008-----YesYes27.6839379224569-82.48524686205080127--SAJ-1998-00796-----
Sundew MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial2104.6FLJacksonville Jacksonville Southeast Clay [FL]87.7485410/12/2021No-Palustrine Emergent, Palustrine ForestedWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo-1219.3PalustrineN/AEmergent, Forested-931.4250.49162.74207/14/2008TGC Sundew/Nochaway, LLC Ryan Hendren John Browning, Ernest Hale, Jason Milton Erin Gawera, Ryan Hendren, Lee KissickFederalSundew will be implemented in five distinct, but interrelated phases. The goal of the mitigation plan is to provide creation, restoration, enhancement, and preservation of wetlands and uplands within the five bank phases. Functional assessment methodology used is WRAP.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-07/14/2008-----YesYes29.8537938697645-81.6803045335590128--SAJ-2000-04530----No
Peach Drive MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial57.3FLJacksonvilleJacksonville SoutheastDuval [FL]27.651001/13/2015No-Palustrine ForestedWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo-57.3PalustrineN/AForested-47.6347.6319.9807/14/2008National Road Safety Foundation Vivian Gerena Stephen Florey Vivian GerenaFederalGoals of this bank include restoring approximately 38 acres of wetlands and enhancing approximately 19 acres of wetlands. Functional assessment method used is WRAP.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-07/14/2008-----YesYes30.2912470995106-81.55216946439480129--SAJ-1998-04704-----
Loxahatchee MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial1256.08FLJacksonvilleSouth Florida SoutheastPalm Beach [FL]74.6424409/09/2021No-Palustrine Emergent, Palustrine ForestedWetlandM-WRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo-1197.08PalustrineN/AEmergent, Forested-641.6641.6566.9607/14/2008Tetra Tech EC, Inc. Vivian Gerena Kristin Bennett Constance Cassler, Vivian Gerena, Cecelia HarperFederalThe restoration and enhancement efforts proposed for the bank include hydrologic improvements and vegetation management activities. The combination of these activities will promote re-establishment of the historic Everglades wet prairie/slough/sawgrass/tree island mosaic. Functional assessment method used is M-WRAP.JacksonvilleSouth FloridaSoutheastNo-07/14/2008-----YesYes26.4213245541-80.22783107763990130--SAJ-1997-07816-----
Northeast Florida Wetland MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial386FLJacksonville Jacksonville Southeast Duval [FL]243.228812/23/2021No-PalustrineWetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo-386Palustrine---643643399.7807/14/2008Mitigation Solutions, Inc Tom Mings Jack Allen Tom MingsFederalThe functional assessment methodology used is Ratios.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-07/14/2008-----YesYes30.4756876176612-81.8030007657220131--SAJ-1994-04469-----
Farmton MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial24323FLJacksonville Jacksonville Southeast Brevard [FL], Volusia [FL]4525.79620801/12/2022No-PalustrineWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo-15500.29Palustrine---5465.715076.57550.77407/14/2008Mr. David C. Fuechtman Ryan Hendren Victoria Colangelo, Penny Cople, Helen Hutchens, Alex Pressier Erin Gawera, Ryan HendrenFederalThe Farmton Mitigation Bank is segmented into three sites: The North Site, the West Site, and the South Site. Specific objectives for this bank include re-establishing the natural surface water flows and hydroperiod of the watershed, conservation, enhancement and preservation of habitat, forestry stewardship management, implementing hunting restrictions, and preservation of rare ecosystems. The functional assessment method used is WRAP.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-07/14/2008-----YesYes28.8511540366351-80.98163610476210132--SAJ-1998-01836----No
CGW MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial151FLJacksonville South Florida Southeast Indian River [FL]22.822009/15/2021No-EstuarineWetlandM-WRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo-151Estuarine---54.6145.1122.2907/14/2008Craig Chown Tom Mings Victoria Colangelo Constance Cassler, Tom Mings, Pace WilberFederalThe objectives of this bank include hydrologic enhancement, salt marsh restoration, and exotic vegetation eradication. Functional assessment method used is M-WRAP. Modification (change of sponsor) approved August 2014JacksonvilleSouth FloridaSoutheastNo-07/14/2008-----YesYes27.668488415333-80.38621799035980133--SAJ-1996-05563----No
ODOT Crooked RiverYesApprovedSingle-Client10.01ORPortland Oregon West Coast Crook [OR]2.921811/29/2017No-WetlandsWetlandRatioYesYesYesNoNoYesNoNo2007NoNo-10.01PalustrineN/A--5.524.791.8707/14/2008Oregon Dept of Transportation Dana Field, Maya Goklany Brad Livingston Brad LivingstonFederalCrook CountyPortlandOregonWest CoastNo-07/14/2008-----YesYes44.3205456477565-120.8899412450390135--NWP-2006-859-----
Crosby Island Marsh MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial713.7FLJacksonvilleJacksonville SoutheastOrange [FL]126.353109/21/2020No-Palustrine Emergent, Palustrine ForestedWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo-668.35PalustrineN/AEmergent, Forested-196.2196.269.8507/14/2008- Vivian Gerena Penny Cople, Herb Von Kluge Erin Gawera, Vivian Gerena, Duncan PowellFederalThe objectives of this bank include the enhancement/restoration of the marsh ecosystem present on-site, as well as the restoration of the adjacent upland areas. Functional assessment method used is WRAP.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-07/14/2008-----YesYes28.4020731580393-81.19289381580230136--SAJ-1996-05444-----
Wildlands Mitigation BankYesSold-OutPrivate Commercial623CASacramento Sacramento West Coast Placer [CA], Sutter [CA]027012/27/2000No-Burrowing Owl (BUOW), Freshwater Marsh Complex (creation), Riparian (creation), Seasonal Marsh, Seasonal Wetlands, Valley elderberry longhorn beetle (VELB), Vernal Pool Preservation (404)Species, WetlandRatioNoYesNoYesNoYesYesNo1995NoNo-466.35Palustrine, RiverineN/AEmergent, Open WaterNon-persistent466.348466.348466.34812/27/2000Wildlands, Inc. Nancy Haley, Marissa O'Donnell Julie Maddox, Claire Sharif Stephanie Buss, Marissa O'Donnell, Denielle WiseFederal-SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-02/27/1995-12/27/2000---YesYes38.984155893574-121.4053396004520140--199300362-----
Beach Lake Mitigation BankYesApprovedSingle-Client142CASacramento Sacramento West Coast Sacramento [CA].026804/30/2015No-Palustrine Emergent Marsh (PEM), Riparian (creation), Seasonal WetlandsWetlandRatioYesYesYesNoNoYesYesNo1994NoNo-92Palustrine, RiverineN/AEmergent-9286.486.3804/13/1994California Department of Transportation - District 3 Marc Fugler, Marissa O'Donnell Jeff Swindle Stephanie Buss, Marc Fugler, Tara Kerss, Marissa O'DonnellFederal-SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-04/13/1994-----NoYes38.37524-121.4947390144--19920015281420-1995-B-0001----
Honey Lake Wetland Mitigation BankYesSuspendedSingle-Client300CASacramentoSacramento West CoastLassen [CA]-11.048503/30/2015No-Seasonal WetlandsWetlandRatioYesYesYesNoNoYesYesNo2000NoNo-75Palustrine---755566.04812/01/2010California Department of Transportation - District 3 Marc Fugler Robert Meade Lara Enders, Marc Fugler, Russell Huddleston, Elizabeth van DiepenFederal**NOTE** Negative credit balance due to debit of credits to resolve an enforcement action for SPK-1998-00427 (SR44 Bogard Pass).SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-05/01/200012/01/2010----YesNo40.3065345785832-120.4127820277910146--199600569-----
Cottonwood Creek Mitigation BankYesSold-OutPublic Commercial40CASacramento Sacramento West Coast Shasta [CA]20.241308/20/2001No-WetlandsWetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo1994NoNo-40.14Palustrine---40.1440.1419.904/29/2014California Department of Fish and Game Matthew Kelley, Matthew Roberts- Jerry Bielfeldt, Jason Brush, Amy Henderson, Matthew KelleyFederal-SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-02/24/1994-04/29/2014---NoNo40.393305-122.2207440147--199300599-----
SMUD Nature Preserve Mitigation BankYesApprovedSingle-Client1132CASacramento Sacramento West Coast Sacramento [CA]338.1612411/03/2021No-Annual Grassland, Bogg's Lake hedge hyssop (GRHE), California Tiger Salamander - Central DPS - aquatic (CTS Central aquatic), California Tiger Salamander - Central DPS - upland (CTS Cental upland), Dwarf Downingia (DOPU), Group: Preserved (OW, TCBB), Group: Preserved (OW, VPFS, VPTS, CTS), Group: Preserved (SW, VPFS, VPTS), Group: Preserved (SW, VPFS, VPTS, LELI), Group: Preserved (SW, VPFS, VPTS, LELI, TCBB), Group: Preserved (VP, VPFS, VPTS), Group: Preserved (VP, VPFS, VPTS, CTS), Group: Preserved (VP, VPFS, VPTS, CTS, LELI, GRHE, ORVI), Group: Preserved (VP, VPFS, VPTS, CTS, LELI, ORVI), Group: Preserved (VP, VPFS, VPTS, DOPU), Group: Preserved (VP, VPFS, VPTS, DOPU, GRHE), Group: Preserved (VP, VPFS, VPTS, LELI), Group: Preserved (VP, VPFS, VPTS, LELI, TCBB), Group: Preserved (VP, VPFS, VPTS, RALO), Group: Preserved (VS, VPFS, VPTS), Group: Previously Restored/Established (VS, VPFS, VPTS), Group: Previously Restored/Established (VP, VPFS, VPTS), Group: Previously Restored/Established (VP, VPFS, VPTS, CTS), Group: Restore/Establish (VP, SW, VPFS, VPTS), Group: Restore/Establish (VS, VPFS, VPTS), Legenera limosa (LELI), Lobb's Aquatic Buttercup (RALO), Open Water (Preservation), Riparian (Preservation), Sacramento Orcutt Grass (ORVI), Seasonal Wetlands (Preservation), Tricolored Blackbird (TRBL), Vernal Pool (404), Vernal Pool Fairy Shrimp (VPFS) - establishment , Vernal Pool Fairy Shrimp (VPFS) - preservation, Vernal Pool Preservation (404), Vernal Pool Tadpole Shrimp (VPTS) - establishment, Vernal Pool Tadpole Shrimp (VPTS) - preservation, Vernal Swale, Vernal Swale CreationGroup, Species, Stream, WetlandRatio, SpeciesYesYesNoYesNoYesYesNo2014NoNo-1132.87Palustrine, RiverineIntermittent, N/AEmergent, StreambedOrganic1132.691115.34777.1801/27/2014Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) Stephanie Buss, Kathy Norton, Mary Pakenham-Walsh Emily Bacchini, Amy Spitzer Stephanie Buss, Elizabeth Demarse, Kathy Norton, Leana RosettiFederal, Non FederalAs of Oct. 2019, IRT has approved second credit release for 404-only and 404/special-status species grouped credits. Ledger is updated. 5-year monitoring report has also been approved by the IRT, thus the bank has transitioned to long-term management per the BEI's LTMP.SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-01/27/2014--08/14/2000--NoNo38.34-121.0960149--SPK-2007-02104-----
River Ranch Wetland Mitigation BankYesApprovedPrivate Commercial110CASacramentoSacramento West CoastYolo [CA]8.2079409/16/2021No-Freshwater Marsh Complex (creation), Riparian (creation)WetlandHGMNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2010NoNo-101.67Lacustrine, Riverine---101.66672.60164.39411/15/2010Wildlands, Inc. Will Ness Julie Maddox Stephanie Buss, Joseph Morgan, Will NessFederalThis 110-acre wetland bank will be developed in two phases. Phase I consists of 21.2 acres of wetlands and Phase II will consist of 88.8 acres of wetlands.SacramentoSacramentoWest CoastNo-11/15/2010--08/14/2000--YesYes38.7334499283523-121.6173245043160154--SPK-2007-00418-----
Inland Sea Shorebird Reserve BankYesApprovedPrivate Commercial3879UTSacramentoUtah West CoastSalt Lake [UT]731.17323307/12/2017No-Emergent Marsh, Mudflat Playa/Shallow Water, Saline Wet MeadowWetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2014NoNo-762.3PalustrineN/AEmergent-762.3762.331.126811/25/2014Rio Tinto Kennecott Utah Copper Jason Gipson, Matthew Wilson Ann Neville Robert Freeman, Jason Gipson, Reed Harris, John Kimball, Pam Kramer, Robert Mairley, William YellowtailFederalThis bank is not currently selling credits to the public.SacramentoUtahWest CoastNo-11/25/201401/01/2003----NoNo40.793035-112.1557330156--199750095-----
Finger Rock PreserveYesApprovedPrivate Commercial255COAlbuquerque Western Colorado West Coast Routt [CO]47.79487108/12/2020No-WetlandsWetlandHGMNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2003NoNo-255PalustrineN/A--25576.528.705207/14/2008Finger Rock Preserve LLC Tyler Adams Ren Martyn Tyler Adams, Billy Bunch, Ellen MayoFederal-AlbuquerqueWestern ColoradoWest CoastNo-07/14/2008-----YesNo40.1099435281489-106.8951752413820159--200375248-----
Big Sag 2YesApprovedPrivate Nonprofit126.6ILChicagoChicago NortheastLake [IL]8.2991707/19/2019No-WetlandsWetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2001NoNo-40.62Palustrine---29.6613.625.32109/27/2001Big Sag Wetland Conservancy Andrew Blackburn, Kathy Chernich Steve Torres Ron Abrant, Kathy Chernich, Marco Finocchiaro, Marco Finocchiaro, Jeffrey MenglerFederalwas Northbrook Sports Club (RAMS number 200100106). Fox River Watershed. Credit reservations and pending transactions are NOT reflected in the Available Credits total. Potential purchasers MUST contact the Sponsor to verify credit availability.ChicagoChicagoNortheastNo-09/27/2001-----NoYes42.339-88.0740170--LRC-2001-21098-----
Bank 4 - Neal MarshYesApprovedPrivate Nonprofit59.5ILChicagoChicago NortheastLake [IL]1.1993608/28/2019No-WetlandsWetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo-54.08Palustrine---29.9729.6728.47104/14/2008Wetland Research Inc Andrew Blackburn, Kathy Chernich Kathy Paap Ron Abrant, Kathy Chernich, Marco Finocchiaro, Marco Finocchiaro, Jeffrey MenglerFederalRAMS # 200400001, located SE of Rt 41 and Wadsworth Road, Wadsworth. DesPlaines River Watershed. Credit reservations and pending transactions are NOT reflected in the Available Credits total. Potential purchasers MUST contact the Sponsor to verify credit availability.ChicagoChicagoNortheastNo-04/14/2008-----NoYes42.398558-87.9287060171--LRC-2004-22453-----
Bear Point MB (St. Lucie Co-Mosquito Control District)YesApprovedPrivate Commercial317FLJacksonville South Florida Southeast St. Lucie [FL]37.0662006/29/2021No-EstuarineWetlandE-WRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2004NoNo-317Estuarine---43.343.36.23406/17/2004St. Lucie County Mosquito Control District Shannon White Roger Jacobsen Shannon WhiteFederalMain objective is to enhance and preserve the wetlands as a two-phase project. Phase I will restore and enhance the western area by adding culverts through the perimeter dike and reinstating RIM. Phase II will include wetland creation and exotic removal. The functional assessment method used is E-WRAP. JacksonvilleSouth FloridaSoutheastNo-06/17/2004-----YesYes27.4380782156359-80.29321187666750177--SAJ-1997-07812-----
Cedar Creek A1YesApprovedPrivate Commercial325ILChicagoChicago NortheastWill [IL]1.3168608/31/2020Yes12Buffer, Intermittent (R4), WetlandsStream, WetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2006NoNo-77.85Palustrine, Riverine, UplandIntermittent, N/AEmergentPersistent67.6767.0365.71404/21/2006Wetlands Mitigation of Illinois Andrew Blackburn, Kathy Chernich John Ryan, Steve Weller Ron Abrant, Kathy Chernich, Marco Finocchiaro, Marco Finocchiaro, Jeffrey MenglerFederalLocated at Millsdale and Brandon Roads in Jackson Township, Joliet, Mill County, IL (RAMS number 200500804) DesPlaines River Watershed. Includes wet prairie, sedge meadow, enhancement of riparian wetlands through reconnection of channel to floodplain, and mesic prairie. Credit reservations and pending transactions are NOT reflected in the Available Credits total. Potential purchasers MUST contact the Sponsor to verify credit availability.ChicagoChicagoNortheastNo-04/21/2006-----NoYes41.450486-88.0989280182--LRC-2005-23195-----
Jelkes Creek 1BYesApprovedPrivate Commercial41.92ILChicagoChicago NortheastKane [IL].213110/11/2017Yes1WetlandsWetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2003NoNo-41.92PalustrineN/AEmergentPersistent27.6130.0629.8509/16/2003Land and Water Resources, Inc Andrew Blackburn, Kathy Chernich John Ryan Ron Abrant, Kathy Chernich, Marco Finocchiaro, Marco Finocchiaro, Jeffrey MenglerFederalLocated in and adjacent to Jelkes Creek at Sleepy Hollow Rd and Timber Drive, Dundee Township and the Village of Sleepy Hollow, Kane County, IL. (RAMS Project number 200300216) Fox River Watershed. Credit reservations and pending transactions are NOT reflected in the Available Credits total. Potential purchasers MUST contact the Sponsor to verify credit availability.ChicagoChicagoNortheastNo-09/16/2003-----NoYes42.08439-88.31750184--LRC-2003-11933-----
Garcon Peninsula MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial337FLJacksonvillePanama City SoutheastSanta Rosa [FL]52.30616010/28/2020No-Palustrine, Palustrine Emergent, Palustrine ForestedWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2000NoNo-327.68PalustrineN/AEmergent, Forested-172.3994.7642.45405/22/2000Garcon Peninsula Mitigation Bank, LLC Tom Mings Keith Johnson, Scott Kaufmann Tom MingsFederalRecognized as a unique geographical area containing large areas of rare and functionally significant wet prairie ecosystem. Main objective is to restore and perpetually protect the acres of wet-prairie habitat. The functional assessment method used is WRAP.JacksonvillePanama CitySoutheastNo-05/22/2000-----YesYes30.5597632467816-87.02593386608170188--SAJ-2000-03792-----
Panther Island MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial2778FLJacksonvilleSouth Florida SoutheastCollier [FL], Lee [FL]39.68417806/24/2021No-PalustrineWetlandM-WRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo1999NoNo-2778Palustrine---934.67948.32908.63604/27/1999Southwest Florida Wetlands Joint Venture Steve Currie Desmond Duke Constance Cassler, Steve Currie, Mark SramekFederalPurpose is to provide mitigation for impacts primarily in freshwater wetland systems in the Estero, East Collier and West Collier Basins that comprise the service area. Site chosen based on its regional significance to the Corkscrew Regional Ecosystem Watershed (CREW). Functional assessment method used is M-WRAP.JacksonvilleSouth FloridaSoutheastNo-04/27/1999-----YesYes26.4010211805929-81.64737443147650189--SAJ-1997-05332-----
LRH MarengoYesSuspendedPrivate Commercial120ILChicagoChicago NortheastMcHenry [IL]29.3071908/22/2009No-WetlandsWetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo1997NoNo-80.1PalustrineN/AEmergentPersistent64.845.3616.05311/02/2009LRH Partnership Andrew Blackburn, Kathy Chernich Doug Ehorn, David Hanson Ron Abrant, Kathy Chernich, Marco Finocchiaro, Marco Finocchiaro, Jeffrey MenglerFederalLocated west of Thorne Road and north of Route 20, near Marengo in McHenry County, IL (RAMS project number 199600139) Kishwaukee River WatershedChicagoChicagoNortheastNo-05/15/200911/02/2009----NoYes42.258513-88.6708490217--LRC-1996-7079-----
Prairie GreenYesApprovedPublic Commercial105ILChicagoChicago NortheastKane [IL].53672907/06/2021No-WetlandsWetlandHGMNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo-83.29Palustrine---83.2954.1453.603310/25/2016City of Geneva Andrew Blackburn, Kathy Chernich John Ryan Ron Abrant, Kathy Chernich, Marco Finocchiaro, Marco Finocchiaro, Jeffrey MenglerFederalNW of Keslinger and Peck Roads, Geneva, IL (RAMS number 200500258). Fox River Watershed. Credit reservations and pending transactions are NOT reflected in the Available Credits total. Potential purchasers MUST contact the Sponsor to verify credit availability.ChicagoChicagoNortheastNo-10/25/201609/03/2014----NoYes41.886-88.3720219--LRC-2005-13346-----
Slough CreekYesApprovedPrivate Commercial85ILChicagoChicago NortheastMcHenry [IL]-.000549510/20/2021Yes9WetlandsWetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo1997NoNo-75.87PalustrineN/AEmergentPersistent71.9381.1381.1305407/09/1997- Andrew Blackburn, Kathy Chernich Steve Weller Ron Abrant, Kathy Chernich, Marco Finocchiaro, Marco Finocchiaro, Jeffrey MenglerFederal, Non FederalLocated north of Jankowski Road, 1 mile west of Rt. 47 in Woodstock, McHenry County, IL. (RAMS project number 199700208). Fox River Watershed. Credit reservations and pending transactions are NOT reflected in the Available Credits total. Potential purchasers MUST contact the Sponsor to verify credit availability.ChicagoChicagoNortheastNo-07/09/1997-----NoYes42.386423-88.4577650226--LRC-1997-7693-----
Colbert/Cameron MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial2625FLJacksonville Jacksonville Southeast Brevard [FL], Volusia [FL]260.0120811/08/2021No-PalustrineWetlandM-WRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo1998NoNo-2705.4Palustrine---633.99633.92373.9103/19/1998Colbert-Cameron Trust No. 1 Tom Mings Jeff Baker, John Miklos Tom MingsFederalThe overall purpose of the bank is to enhance, operate, manage, and maintain a habitat for wildlife, corridors for wildlife movement, food chain support, groundwater recharge, water storage and flow attenuation, and water quality enhancement. Wetland habitats include Freshwater Marshes, Cypress, Wetland Forested Mixed, Cypress-Pine-Cabbage Palm, Wet Praries, Saltwater Marshes, Gum Swamp, and Wet Pine Flatwoods. Functional assessment method used is M-WRAP. Credits are sold to the hundredths (0.0X).JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-03/19/1998-----YesYes28.7245982204521-80.99424797384130229--SAJ-1996-02586----No
Lake Monroe MBYesApprovedSingle-Client989.8FLJacksonville Jacksonville Southeast Volusia [FL]12.9544612/02/2021No-Palustrine Emergent, Palustrine ForestedWetlandM-WRAPYesYesYesNoNoYesNoNo1997NoNo-274.7PalustrineN/AEmergent, Forested-157.215159.164146.2109/22/1997- Ryan Hendren Casey Lyon Ryan HendrenFederalPreviously this site was developed for agricultural use as a cattle ranch and for silviculture. As a consequence, lands were cleared, cypress and pine were cut, and drainage 'improvements' were constructed that caused historic wetlands to disappear or diminish. The bank's main goal will be to restore the site to a condition similar to its pre-development state and to protect it as a wildlife habitat preserve. The functional assessment method used is M-WRAP. JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-09/22/1997-----YesYes28.8189698638456-81.16171305340270230--SAJ-1995-01994----No
Breakfast Point MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial5031FLJacksonville Panama City Southeast Bay [FL]150.8958612/02/2021No-PalustrineWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2004NoNo-4636.7Palustrine---998.03359.96209.06507/19/2004The St. Joe Company Tom Mings Catherine McCloy, AICP Jeffrey Ackley, Scott Casey, Tom Mings, Bryan Phillips, David Rydene, Cynthia Van Der WieleFederalThe main objective of this plan is to compensate for the loss of wetland functions within the West Bay watershed basin associated with the RGP/EMA Project. Refer to the Cyber Repository link for an ammended service area effective November 23, 2009. Functional assessment method is WRAP.JacksonvillePanama CitySoutheastNo-07/19/2004-----YesYes30.2226063620862-85.7921281836640231--SAJ-2004-01865-----
Sand Hill Lakes MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial2155.3FLJacksonville Panama City Southeast Washington [FL]91.614611/19/2021No-Palustrine Emergent, Palustrine ForestedWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2006NoNo-867.8PalustrineN/AEmergent, Forested-284.03213.03121.4205/17/2002- Tom Mings Paul Thorpe Jeffrey Ackley, Tom Mings, Larry Olney, Bryan Phillips, David Rydene, Cynthia Van Der WieleFederalThe bank's main objective is to preserve, enhance, and restore acres of wetlands, natural lakes and associated upland buffers. This bank was assessed using both WRAP and UMAM. Either assessment methodology may be used, however, the ledger tracks credits under the WRAP methodology. JacksonvillePanama CitySoutheastNo-05/17/2002-----YesYes30.5144125800168-85.68346615492760232--SAJ-2002-05061---StateYes
Boran Ranch MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial403.52FLJacksonville South Florida Southeast DeSoto [FL]97.4528411/02/2021No-Palustrine Emergent, Palustrine ForestedWetlandM-WRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo1996NoNo-316.9PalustrineN/AEmergent, Forested-210.92207.57110.11811/28/1996EIP III Credit Co., LLC Steve Currie Wade Waltimyer Steve CurrieFederalDesigned to restore wetlands within the Peace River Basin by reestablishing historic hydroperiods of herbaceous and mixed hardwood wetlands. Functional assessment method used is M-WRAP.JacksonvilleSouth FloridaSoutheastNo-11/28/1996-----YesYes27.1390592047574-82.033101072380233--SAJ-1996-01134-----
Lake Louisa/Green Swamp MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial1007FLJacksonville Jacksonville Southeast Lake [FL]103.466012/20/2021No-PalustrineWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo1995NoNo-1007Palustrine---326.08298.37194.9102/27/1995- Ryan Hendren John Lesman, Alex Preisser Ryan HendrenFederalThe main goal of the project is to restore the property to native upland and wetland communities to protect the surface water and groundwater resources. Also it will provide a corridor for wildlife movement between Lake Louisa State Park and the Green Swamp interior, protect the property in the 'Core Area' of the Green Swamp of critical state concern, and provide a habitat for threatened and endangered species. Functional assessment method used is WRAP.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-02/27/1995-----YesYes28.4271251998652-81.77158956741230235--SAJ-1995-02208----No
Devil's Swamp MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial3049FLJacksonville Panama City Southeast Bay [FL], Walton [FL]112.967012/13/2021No-PalustrineWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2004NoNo-2450Palustrine---526.8208.295.2408/04/2004The St. Joe Company Tom Mings Catherine McCloy, AICP Jeffrey Ackley, Tom Mings, Larry Olney, Bryan Phillips, Cynthia Van Der WieleFederalFirst goal involves the restoration of wetlands by removing a large portion of planted slash pine canopy. Second goal involves restoration of the historic plant communities to their appropriate species composition and structure. Third goal is to realistically return the natural hydrologic patterns and fire regime to historic conditions, circa 1940's. Refer to the Cyber Repository link for an ammended service area effective November 19, 2009. Functional assessment method used is WRAP.JacksonvillePanama CitySoutheastNo-08/04/2004-----YesYes30.3476676075207-85.99762111162840237--SAJ-2004-01864-----
Florida Wetlandsbank at Pembroke Pines MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial445.05FLJacksonville South Florida Southeast Broward [FL]67.999702/03/2000No-PalustrineWetlandIntegrated Functional IndexNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo1993NoNo-0Palustrine---847.5431.44363.4507/29/1993The Wetlandsbank Company, LLC Tom Mings Charles Dodge, Desmond Duke Tom MingsFederalThis is the first entrepreneurial mitigation bank in US history to transfer credits in a Corps permitted bank. This site was previously a non-functioning wetland dominated by melaleuca trees, ditched and farmed for years, and then abandoned. The main goal is to correct past failures of mitigation. The functional assessment method used is Integrated Functional Index.JacksonvilleSouth FloridaSoutheastNo-07/29/1993-----YesYes26.0236133629131-80.41826971296670238--SAJ-1993-00370---Local GovernmentYes
SybaquayYesApprovedPrivate Commercial60ILChicagoChicago NortheastMcHenry [IL]35.9171009/30/2021No-WetlandsWetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2001NoNo-58PalustrineN/AEmergentPersistent37.2539.934.01311/20/2001Girl Scouts - Sybaquay Council, Inc. Andrew Blackburn, Kathy Chernich Jason Jones Ron Abrant, Kathy Chernich, Marco Finocchiaro, Marco Finocchiaro, Jeffrey MenglerFederalLocated south of Streit Rd, east of Paulson Rd, and west of Woodstock in McHenry County, IL. (RAMS Project Number 199900612). Kishwaukee River Watershed. Credit reservations and pending transactions are NOT reflected in the Available Credits total. Potential purchasers MUST contact the Sponsor to verify credit availability.ChicagoChicagoNortheastNo-11/20/2001-----NoYes42.376321-88.5376330239-- LRC-1999-9271-----
San Pedro Bay MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial6745FLJacksonville Jacksonville Southeast Madison [FL], Taylor [FL]369.7263611/09/2021No-Palustrine Forested, Palustrine Scrub/shrubWetlandFlorida's Uniform Mitigation Assessment MethodNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2002NoNo-6607PalustrineN/AForested, Scrub-Shrub-1136.93398.3728.64410/23/2002- Tom Mings Chet Thompson, PE Erin Gawera, Tom Mings, Larry Olney, Bryan Phillips, Mark Sramek, Cynthia Van Der WieleFederalThe purpose of the San Pedro Bay Mitigation Bank is to restore an environmentally significant ecosystem and provide mitigation for impacts to freshwater wetland systems within the established mitigation service area. Functional assessment method used is UMAM.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-10/23/2002-----YesYes30.2220358234195-83.49009652616030242--SAJ-2000-04830-----
Reedy Creek MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial3520FLJacksonvilleSouth Florida SoutheastOsceola [FL], Polk [FL]71.7416701/03/2022No-PalustrineWetlandM-WRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo1995NoNo-3520Palustrine---1094.75799.05727.3104/19/1995TCP II Reedy Creek, LLC Vivian Gerena Victoria Colangelo, Tom Odom Constance Cassler, Vivian Gerena, Duncan Powell, Cynthia Van Der WieleFederalThe functional assessment methodology used is M-WRAP. This bank may be used to compensate for impacts to both freshwater wetland herbaceous and forested systems within the approved service area. JacksonvilleSouth FloridaSoutheastNo-04/19/1995-----YesYes28.2050019966071-81.53641886167430247--SAJ-1995-07852-----
Big Cypress MB, Phase I-VYesApprovedPrivate Commercial1277.71FLJacksonville South Florida Southeast Hendry [FL]9.06231405/04/2021No-PalustrineWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2000NoNo-1250.78Palustrine---1006.4493.19484.12801/30/2017EarthMark Southwest Florida Mitigation, LLC Steve Currie Kasey Carrere, Lynn Zenczak Steve CurrieFederalMain purpose is to develop a freshwater wetland. It will restore herbaceous marsh, hydric pine flatwood and mixed forested wetland, enhance wetland hydrology, eradicate exotic vegetation, reintroduce a fire habitat mgmt regiment, and control access to the site while terminating existing agricultural activities. The functional assessment method used is M-WRAP. JacksonvilleSouth FloridaSoutheastNo-01/30/201707/28/2016----YesYes26.2689287543109-81.19640641723840248--SAJ-1997-06400----No
Little Pine Island MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial1598FLJacksonvilleSouth Florida SoutheastLee [FL]242.4653512/30/2021No-Estuarine, PalustrineWetlandLPI Functional Assessment Methodology (Little Pine Island)NoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo1996NoNo-0Estuarine, Palustrine---682.4579.4336.9410/31/1996Mariner Properties Development, Inc. Steve Currie Desmond Duke, Sheila O'Connor Constance Cassler, Steve Currie, Pace WilberFederalThe primary goal of this bank is to restore those portions of Little Pine Island that are presently disturbed by invasive exotic vegetation and man-made ditches to a more natural upland and wetland habitat, reminiscent of pre-1960's condition. Functional assessment methodology used is LPI (Little Pine Island).JacksonvilleSouth FloridaSoutheastNo-10/31/1996-----YesYes26.6148116548982-82.09028074146810249--SAJ-1994-00037 -----
Star 4 MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial935.59FLJacksonvilleJacksonville SoutheastSt. Johns [FL]113.751606/30/2020No-Palustrine ForestedWetlandFlorida's Uniform Mitigation Assessment MethodNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2012NoNo-935.39PalustrineN/AForested-182.07127.1813.4311/15/2012Star 4 Mitigation, LLC Vivian Gerena Ronald Foster, Nicole Padgett Erin Gawera, Vivian Gerena, Cecelia Harper, Christine WentzelFederalThe applicant proposes to restore both wetlands and upland communities that have been impaired due to past silvicultural management activities. Functional assessment methodology determined by UMAM.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-11/15/2012--09/08/201105/14/2010-YesYes29.9257679128418-81.45542367400050252--SAJ-2008-04121-----
Bullfrog Bay MBYesWithdrawnPrivate Commercial445FLJacksonvilleJacksonville SoutheastPolk [FL]---No-PalustrineWetlandFlorida's Uniform Mitigation Assessment MethodNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo-NoNo--Palustrine------02/12/2015Wetland Revival Mitigation Bank, LP Marie Huber Shane Johnson Constance Cassler, Marie Huber, Pace WilberFederalThe proposed bank contains approximately 288.6 acres of upland habitat and 157.2 acres of wetlands. The applicant proposes the elimination of manmade drainage to restore hydroperiod, establishment and restoration of wetlands, restoration and protection of upland buffers, control of nuisance and exotic plant and animal species , and elimination of ongoing cattle operation. Functional assessment methodology used is UMAM.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo----10/15/201405/14/201002/12/2015YesNo28.0590623369083-81.3781121559436-253--SAJ-2007-03707-----
Greens Creek MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial1353.09FLJacksonvilleJacksonville SoutheastClay [FL]34.573011/16/2021No-Palustrine ForestedWetlandFlorida's Uniform Mitigation Assessment MethodNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2011NoNo-2036.49PalustrineN/AForested-291.93107.7973.2203/18/2015Reinhold Corporation c/o Mr. George Egan Vivian Gerena William (Bill) Schroeder Erin Gawera, Vivian Gerena, Cecelia HarperFederalPhase I consists of 1,353.09 acres, of which 343.51 acres are uplands, 1,000.13 acres wetlands, and 9.45 acres are trailroads. Also included within this phase are 7,500 linear feet of Greens Creek. Activities proposed include hydrologic enhancement for approximately 723.53 acres and vegetative enhancement (including fire management) for all 1,353.09 acres. Functional assessment methodology used is UMAM.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-03/18/201502/21/2014----YesYes29.9289643450153-81.82878446091510254--SAJ-2008-04255-----
Peace River/Hardee Co MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial487FLJacksonvilleSouth Florida SoutheastHardee [FL]54.174805/25/2021No-Palustrine ForestedWetlandFlorida's Uniform Mitigation Assessment MethodNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2007NoNo-0PalustrineN/AForested-116.49116.4962.3206/01/2007EIP III Credit Co., LLC Vivian Gerena Wade Waltimyer Constance Cassler, Vivian Gerena, Cynthia Van Der WieleFederalThe specific goal of the bank is the restoration, preservation, and management of sustainable riverine habitat along the core of a targeted corridor. Functional assessment method used is UMAM.JacksonvilleSouth FloridaSoutheastNo-06/01/2007-----YesYes27.5177667745152-81.79538393082980256--SAJ-2006-04057 -----
Garret CreekYesApprovedPrivate Commercial29.82ORPortland Oregon West Coast Clackamas [OR]58.14554001/12/2022No-Open Water, WetlandsStream, WetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo119024.98Palustrine, RiverineN/A--235.485188.5130.354507/08/2008Garret Creek Mitigation Bank Andrea Seager, Thomas Sentner, Grey Wolf- Shauna Everett, Sam Friedman, Maya Goklany, Caila Heintz, Tracie Nadeau, Melody Rudenko, Andrea Seager, Thomas Sentner, Thomas Sentner, Haley Teach, Joy Vaughan, Kate Wells, Grey Wolf, Grey WolfFederalClackamas CountyPortlandOregonWest CoastNo-07/08/2008-----YesYes45.1190720949008-122.6545530620280257--NWP-2007-833-----
Florida MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial1582FLJacksonvilleSouth Florida SoutheastOsceola [FL]330.1417207/12/2021No-Palustrine, Palustrine Emergent, Palustrine ForestedWetlandM-WRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo1997NoNo-1484.5PalustrineN/AEmergent, Forested-847.5847.5517.3611/05/1997- Tom Mings Alex Preisser Constance Cassler, Tom Mings, Pace WilberFederalThe project proposes the establishment of a mitigation bank within a 1,582-acre parcel located in northern Osceola County. The bank proposes to improve the hydrology of the site through the construction of a berm and water control structures at the outflow point of an existing ditch. Functional assessment used is M-WRAP. JacksonvilleSouth FloridaSoutheastNo-11/05/1997-----YesYes28.3051848625172-81.51240299434190259--SAJ-1996-03573 -----
Tosohatchee State Reserve MBYesApprovedSingle-Client1309.47FLJacksonvilleJacksonville SoutheastOrange [FL]142.811412/04/2013No-PalustrineWetlandM-WRAPYesYesYesNoNoYesNoNo1995NoNo-1174.77Palustrine---292.67274.29131.4812/18/1995- Tom Mings Casey Lyon Erin Gawera, J. Reid Hilliard, Tom MingsFederalLocated within the Tosohatchee State Reserve, the goal of this bank is to restore the site to a more endemic state. An objective is to restore the hydrology of drained wetlands by reducing and controlling the artificial drainage of the Reserve. The functional assessment methodology used is M-WRAP.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-12/18/1995-----YesYes28.4587599469827-80.91702645902640260--SAJ-1995-05992 -----
Long TomYesApprovedPrivate Commercial125ORPortland Oregon West Coast Lane [OR]9.9865209/22/2021No-WetlandsWetlandRatioNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2008NoNo-125.63PalustrineN/A--61.1461.1451.15407/08/2008Timothy Acker Maya Goklany, Melody Rudenko, Andrea Seager- Shauna Everett, Sam Friedman, Maya Goklany, Maya Goklany, Caila Heintz, Tracie Nadeau, Melody Rudenko, Melody Rudenko, Andrea Seager, Thomas Sentner, Haley Teach, Joy Vaughan, Kate Wells, Grey WolfFederalLane CountyPortlandOregonWest CoastNo-07/08/2008-----YesYes44.2408730540635-123.2555821910840261--NWP-2007-719-----
Three Lakes Regional MB (FDOT)YesApprovedSingle-Client534.9FLJacksonvilleSouth Florida SoutheastOsceola [FL]119.432104/02/2018No-Palustrine EmergentWetlandRatioYesYesYesNoNoYesNoNo1995NoNo-534.9PalustrineN/AEmergent-534.9534.9415.4702/21/1995- Tom Mings Casey Lyon Tom MingsFederalThis project will restore and enhance two major wetland systems, once an integral part of Lake Jackson, a renowned fishing lake. The goal is to restore a natural hydrological regime and flows to historically severed and drained marshes, also to re-establish productive native plant communities within those marshes. Functional assessment methodology used is Ratio. Credits are debited as acreage values.JacksonvilleSouth FloridaSoutheastNo-02/21/1995-----YesYes27.8951976726498-81.17025311284740262--SAJ-1994-03415-----
St. Johns MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial3580FLJacksonvilleJacksonville SoutheastSt. Johns [FL]56.78812/01/2021No-Palustrine ForestedWetlandFlorida's Uniform Mitigation Assessment MethodNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2018NoNo--PalustrineN/AForested-487.9564.978.1911/08/2018Weyerhaeuser NR Company Tom Mings Greg Galpin, Doug Hughes, William (Bill) Schroeder, Ryan Taylor Laura DiGruttolo, Erin Gawera, J. Reid Hilliard, Tom Mings, Kacy Sable, Christine Wentzel, Pace WilberFederalThe proposed bank is located east and west of County Road 13A approximately 1.5 miles south of County Road 208 in St. Johns County, Florida. The bank is located primarily within SJRWMD Basin 5, Julington and Sixmile Creeks (nested) with a small portion of the site found within Basin 8, St. Johns River (Welaka to Bayard). Functional assessment method used is UMAM.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-11/08/2018--09/04/201405/14/201005/19/2014YesYes29.8721098431655-81.4835189221430263--SAJ-2008-04783-----
Highlands Ranch MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial1581FLJacksonvilleJacksonville SoutheastClay [FL]28.582109/06/2019No-Palustrine ForestedWetlandFlorida's Uniform Mitigation Assessment MethodNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2011NoNo-552PalustrineN/AForested-70.3735.196.6105/16/2011Mr. Marc Majed El Hassan Vivian Gerena Marc Majed El Hassan Erin Gawera, Vivian Gerena, Cecelia Harper, Christine WentzelFederalThe HRMB is located on 1,581-acre parcel, Clay County, Florida. The site is currently managed for silviculture. The vegetative community structures have been significantly altered by the routine management techniques, including harvesting and replanting, as well as the establishment of trail roads and silvicultural ditches. The functional assessment utilized is UMAM.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-05/16/2011-----YesYes30.0643433200026-82.0001520544840264--SAJ-2008-04782-----
TM Econ Orange County Phase IV MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial1334.62FLJacksonvilleJacksonville SoutheastOrange [FL]394.8762705/05/2020No-PalustrineWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2001NoNo-1299.73Palustrine---428.94428.9434.06401/25/2007Orange County Environmental Protection Division Vivian Gerena Environmental Program Supervisor Beth Jackson Erin Gawera, Vivian Gerena, Duncan PowellFederalThis site is phase IV of TM-Econ. It was purchased in 2003 by Orange County for future mitigation/conservation. The functional assessment methodology used is WRAP.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-01/25/2007-----YesYes28.3633627048042-81.1031686494770267--SAJ-2007-00401-----
TM Econ MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial3864.28FLJacksonvilleJacksonville SoutheastOrange [FL]434.99313201/12/2022No-PalustrineWetlandWRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2001NoNo-0Palustrine---1039.061039.06604.06701/25/2001- Vivian Gerena James Clark Erin Gawera, Vivian Gerena, Duncan PowellFederalThe site features unique land features, threatened and endangered species and is located in the headwaters of the Econlockhatchee River. Functional assessment method used is WRAP.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-01/25/2001-----YesYes28.3829444844089-81.1142553610440268--SAJ-2001-07089-----
East Central Florida - Eco Bank MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial3979FLJacksonville Jacksonville Southeast Orange [FL], Seminole [FL].275206/17/2019No-PalustrineWetlandM-WRAPNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo1995NoNo-952Palustrine---180.8180.8180.5306/21/1995Bill Gerber Tom Mings Tom Odom, Alex Preisser Laura DiGruttolo, Erin Gawera, Lee Kissick, Tom Mings, Kacy SableFederalProject goals: restoration of degraded hydrology and enhancement of forested and herbaceous wetland communities on the site and adjacent public lands. Functional assessment method: M-WRAP.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-06/21/1995-----YesYes28.599197720244-81.01855017273980270--SAJ-1995-06135-----
Sweetwater MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial850FLJacksonvillePanama City SoutheastBay [FL]88.7054505/26/2021No-Group: Mixed Credit, Palustrine Emergent, Palustrine ForestedGroup, WetlandFlorida's Uniform Mitigation Assessment MethodNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2009NoNo-638.02PalustrineN/AEmergent, Forested-188.04122.2233.51512/24/2009James Maulden Tom Mings Joseph Schuster Tom MingsFederalFunctional assessment methodology determined by UMAM.JacksonvillePanama CitySoutheastNo-12/24/2009-----YesYes30.2807325846841-85.463087590450272--SAJ-2007-02664-----
Upper Coastal/Citrus Co MBYesApprovedPrivate Commercial148.76FLJacksonvilleJacksonville SoutheastCitrus [FL]1.324007/30/2019No-Palustrine Emergent, Palustrine ForestedWetlandFlorida's Uniform Mitigation Assessment MethodNoYesNoNoNoYesNoNo2009NoNo-385.55PalustrineN/AEmergent, Forested-52.917.5616.2412/21/2009EIP III Credit Co., LLC Marie Huber Joe Williams Marie HuberFederalThe major goals and objectives of this bank are the enhancement and perpetual preservation and management of sustainable habitats which contribute to the creation of a terrestrial wildlife corridor that connects major wetland preserves north and south of the site, the protection of local water quality and wildlife habitat, plus the protection and enhancement of the unique habitats. This site contains a natural spring that discharges into the Homosassa River. Functional assessment methodology determined by UMAM.JacksonvilleJacksonvilleSoutheastNo-12/21/2009-----YesYes28.7920372399483-82.58711250862810274--SAJ-2006-07511-----
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