Mitigation Solutions USA, LLC
Mitigation Solutions USA, LLC
Mitigation Solutions USA
MSUSA considers NMEBC 2021 a HUGE SUCCESS. Thanks to everyone that helped make this conference a hit.
MSUSA is excited to be a sponsor and attend the @NMEBConference in Raleigh, NC. We look forward to seeing our environmental colleagues and continue to make lasting connections. Let us know how MSUSA can help you satisfy your mitigation needs.
Check out the four types of wetland environmental offsets/impacts. Not all ecological restoration methods serve the same purpose; or are created in quite the same way. All development is tailored to that particular site’s ecosystem.
Long-term drought compromises trees, reducing their resistance to various insects and diseases. Lack of adequate soil moisture can cause trees, specifically hardwoods, such as oaks to “shut down” or go dormant early in an effort to conserve water uptake and movement of nutrients.
Texas could give landowners more say in eminent domain negotiations under bill sent to Greg Abbott’s desk. @MitigationUSA https://www.texastribune.org/…/05/27/texas-eminent-domain/
During the 20th century, water pollution became a real threat to general welfare and domestic tranquility for U.S. citizens. To address this threat, Congress, acting on the will of the people, enacted legislation that now functions through federally promulgated rules and regulations to conserve our country’s waters that are so vital to our well-being. This legislation prevents destruction of the nation’s waters–protecting an essential necessity of life itself and retaining the value of a vital component of the national economy.
The federal government expects another active Atlantic hurricane season in 2021, with as many as 10 hurricanes forming. The season began June 1 and runs through Nov. 30. An average season typically spawns seven hurricanes and peaks in August and September.
For areas outside an approved mitigation bank service area, permittee-responsible mitigation is undertaken to provide compensatory mitigation. Just like a mitigation bank, PRM success requires resource restoration, establishment, enhancement and/or preservation. MSUSA has a number of PRM-ready mitigation sites in Arkansas, Oklahoma and along the Texas Coast to offset impacts associated with your project.
While there are a number of criteria for a bank, the main consideration is the ecological suitability for a site to achieve the desired aquatic resources and function. www.msusa.com @MitigationUSA
MSUSA would like to recognize the 16th Annual Endangered Species Day. On the third Friday in May, people around the world participate in Endangered Species Day by celebrating, learning about and taking action to protect threatened and endangered species. www.msusa.com
All restoration projects have different approaches and processes, but the final goals are centered around: revegetation, habitat enhancement, remediation, and mitigation. www.msusa.com
The first mitigation bank was established 38 years ago in 1983. By 2021, there are over 2,300-approved bank sites and another 546-pending approval across the country according to the RIBITS database. Learn more interesting facts about mitigation banking at https://lnkd.in/d4zwtZM #wetlands #streams #msusa #mitigationusa
American Wetlands Month is a time when the EPA and our partner federal, state, tribal, local, non-profit, and private sector organizations celebrate the vital importance of wetlands to our Nation’s ecological, economic, and social health. Wetlands help improve water quality and supply, reduce flooding and provide critical habitat for plants, fish, and wildlife. #msusa #mitigationusa #wetlands Mitigation Solutions USA www.msusa.com
A stream is a body of water with surface water flowing within the bed and banks of a channel. The flow of a stream is controlled by three inputs – surface water, subsurface water, and groundwater. The surface and subsurface water are highly variable between periods of rainfall.
What is a Mitigation Bank? A mitigation bank is privately or publicly owned land managed for its natural resource values. In exchange for permanently protecting the land, the bank operator is allowed to sell credits to developers who need to satisfy permitting requirements for compensating environmental impacts of development projects. www.msusa.com #msusa #mitigationusa
Hartsugg Creek Mitigation Bank is available to offset projects within the USACE Little Rock District. Stream credits are available.
Dutch Creek Mitigation Bank is available to offset projects within the USACE Little Rock District. Wetland and stream credits are available.
Davis Creek Mitigation Bank is available to offset projects within the USACE Little Rock District. Wetland and stream credits are available.
MSUSA is excited to participate in the Environmental Federation of Oklahoma’s Technical Transfer Seminar, “Navigating Wildlife and Natural Resource in the Sooner State”
Keystone Mitigation Bank is available to offset projects in the Middle Sabine, Upper Sabine, Lake Fork, & the Toledo Bend Reservoir HUC’s. Temporary & permanent wetland credits are available. Wetlands are Mother Nature’s Water Filter.
Bushneck Bayou Mitigation Bank has wetland credits available for your project offsets within the Lower Sabine, Middle Sabine, & the Toledo Bend Reservoir HUCs.