This project preserves and restores approximately 6,880 linear feet of perennial stream channel in the Meramec River watershed. The Meramec River watershed has become increasingly affected by expanding urban and agricultural practices associated with Rolla, Salem and the suburbs of St. Louis.
‘ Located in both Andrew and Holt County along the Nodaway River. Phase 1 includes approximately 3,175 linear feet of perennial stream and 1,225 linear feet of ephemeral stream that was restored and preserved. This project also included the restoration of approximately 4.1 acres of emergent wetland within 3 acres of grassed wetland buffer. Phase
Located in Perry County, along the South Fork Saline Creek, this project restored and preserved approximately 9,325 feet of perennial stream channel and 0.75 acres of wetland.
Located in Bollinger County, on the Upper Whitewater Creek. Approximately 3,005 linear feet of perineal stream was restored and preserved along with 2.6 acres of wetland restoration and preservation.
Located in McDonald County, this project was developed for the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission to provide mitigation for impacts associated with the expansion of Interstate 49 in the Elk River Watershed. The project preserved and restored approximately 6075 linear feet of perennial stream channel.
The Cuivre River Riparian Mitigation Site is the largest project to date. Over a mile of the Cuivre River will be protected and preserved for perpetuity. Approximately 6,000 linear feet of the streambank was experiencing severe erosion, causing the bank to recede and degrading the water quality. Mitico stabilized and restored the bank which
The Big Creek mitigation site is located in Lincoln County, Missouri and protects the riparian corridor of over one mile of Big Creek. In addition to riparian restoration and protection, the site includes a total of 1,900 linear feet of streambank stabilization using a variety of techniques including longitudinal peak stone toe protection, rock vanes,
There are 4,274 linear feet of intermittent stream channel and riparian corridor that will be restored and preserved in the Meramec River watershed. This will counteract the increase in urban growth in the area by providing habitat and enhanced water quality. This is an In-Lieu Fee mitigation site.
The 3,025 feet of intermittent stream channel and riparian corridor on this site in the Meramec watershed will help control runoff from nearby subdivisions. This is an In-Lieu Fee site is constructed with the goal to restore and preserve a stream and its riparian corridor with a desirable plant community.
Meramec Bluffs Wetland & Riparian Mitigation Site – The project began in 2007 with the development of a banking instrument, onsite vegetation study, archaeological survey and delineation of jurisdictional water bodies. Initially, a 17 acre riparian corridor was restored to satisfy a MoDOT impact. In 2015, a wetland bank application was filed in an effort