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  • NWO-2011-01760-MTH

    Expiration date: 6/28/2019

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, is evaluating a request by Montana Aquatic Resources Services to add an In-Lieu Fee compensatory mitigation site to the Program’s Instrument, established in January 2013. The Proposed Site Plan is the first phase of mitigation site evaluation, it is intended to determine whether the site has enough potential to warrant development of a Draft Mitigation Site plan with significantly more detail.

  • NWO-1992-90493-MTH

    Expiration date: 6/18/2019

    Bank Stabilization on the Shields River - Hayhook Ranch

  • NWO-2017-1762-PIE

    Expiration date: 6/17/2019

    North Central Mitigation, LLC proposes to establish and operate a compensatory mitigation bank in the Vermillion River geographic service area . The proposed bank is located in the Southeast ¼ of Section 1, Township 110 North, Range 54 West, Kingsbury County, South Dakota. If approved, the proposed mitigation bank would be added to the Sponsor’s existing Statewide Umbrella Mitigation Banking Instrument (UMBI) by amendment. If the mitigation bank is approved and successful the Sponsor could sell wetland credits to both private and public entities who are required to provide compensatory mitigation as conditioned by a Department of the Army Permit.

  • NWO-2017-01558-DEN

    Expiration date: 9/7/2019

    The Colorado Mitigation Procedures establishes basic regulatory requirements for the use of stream and wetland functional assessments at impact and mitigation sites and describes the methods for quantifying stream and wetland credits and debits to satisfy regulatory requirements under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act within Albuquerque and Omaha Districts of Colorado. The Colorado Stream Quantification Tool (CSQT) is a functional assessment method that identifies a suite of stream functions and establishes standard operating procedures for collecting data on prospective stream impact and mitigation sites. The CSQT is an objective, measurable, and repeatable set of standard operating procedures based on quantitative data and field measurements which results in a functional foot score. The functional foot score will serve as a foundation to quantify changes in stream functions as a result of projects requiring permits under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act within Albuquerque and Omaha Districts in Colorado. The CSQT is composed of a spreadsheet tool, a user manual, and a scientific support document.

  • NWO-2019-00616-DEN

    Expiration date: 6/7/2019

    SEMSWA is proposing traditional channel stabilization techniques, including raising the channel invert with a boulder sill and controlling grade by installing two riffle drop structures and one grouted sloping boulder drop structure. The existing Big Dry Creek (BDC) trail underpass will be relocated to an at-grade crossing of East Easter Avenue to allow for the expansion of the existing culvert.