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Lower Grand Mitigation Bank – Pending - Mitico

Lower Grand Mitigation Bank – Pending

Lower Grand Riparian Mitigation Bank (Chariton County, MO) – This sizable project is located near Swan Lake Refuge and abuts the Grand River. It consists of both riparian and wetland restorations in an area where water quality and siltation are the subject of a USACE study to be completed by 2020.

Upon approval, this bank will be set up for developers, municipalities, and public entities to purchase credits for riparian and wetland impacts that occur to jurisdictional water-bodies on their projects.   This project will restore 32,491 linear feet of wooded and grassland riparian area, as well as a substantial wetland restoration.

 

 

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