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Bill Moore Mitigation Bank

Wetland Credits: 1900 FCUs
Stream Credits: ≈ 75,000 LF or 235,000 credits (Little Rock method)
Location: Henderson County, TX
Permit Approved: Projected for September 2012

Service Areas (HUC’s): Upper Trinity (12030105) and East Fork Trinity (12030106) in their entirety and portions of Elm Fork Trinity (12030103), Lower West Fork Trinity (12030102), Cedar (12030107), Richland (12030108), Chambers (12030109), Denton (12030104), and Lower Trinity Tehuacana (12030201)

Counties Served: Anderson, Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Fannin, Freestone, Grayson, Henderson, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Leon, Navarro, Rockwall and Van Zandt

Project Description: Restoration activities would concentrate on rehabilitating emergent wetland, scrub/shrub wetland, and forested wetland through planting desirable hardwood species and re-establishing hydrology. Stream channel and riparian habitat restoration activities will consist of design and modification of stream channels intended to mimic natural channel dimensions.

The historic channel of Caney Creek, a perennial tributary of the Trinity River, as well as other perennial, intermittent, and ephemeral tributaries to the Trinity are located within the project.

Where We Are
What We Do
We restore and enhance streams and wetlands in exchange for mitigation credits. We’re a source of off-site compensatory mitigation for authorized unavoidable impacts to the aquatic environment. As mitigation bank sponsors, we:
  • Fund the creation of mitigation banks
  • Negotiate bank permits with federal agencies
  • Protect all land use consistent with banking agreements
  • Implement mitigation plans
  • Monitor biological functions
  • Execute timely adaptive management practices
  • Market and sell mitigation credits
  • Provide USACE-approved financial assurances
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Parters & Friends
John Bunker Sands Wetlands Center

John Bunker Sands
Wetland Center
A portion of all credit sales goes to support the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center, whose vision is to offer public education and research on wetland habitat and water quality through a premier environmental center.
US Army Corps of Engineers - Fort Worth District