Cuivre River Riparian Mitigation Site – 2020

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

Big Creek Riparian Mitigation Site – 2018

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,

Craghurst Riparian Mitigation Site – 2017

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 Mitigation Bank – 2016

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

City of Chesterfield Mitigation Site – 2013

Chesterfield City Mitigation (Franklin County, MO) – This mitigation site measures some 60 acres in the Labadie Bottoms in Franklin County, Missouri.  It is very near the Missouri Department of Conservation’s Missouri Hills Confluence Opportunity Area and adjacent to Englemann Natural Area. 30 acres of forested wetland and 29 acres of emergent wetland have been

Riverlands Wetland Mitigation Site – 2010

This 162-acre emergent wetland mitigation project was developed for the St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) to assist in meeting their permit requirements for new waste water treatment facilities. The project is located directly adjacent to the Riverlands Migratory Bird Sanctuary. 43.46 acres of wetland, 30.26 acres of bottomland forest, and 88.83 acres of bottomland