US Army Corps of Engineers
Omaha District

Public Notices

  • NWO-2018-01999-BIS

    Expiration date: 4/8/2019

    The District Engineer has received a prospectus from Little Family Farms, LLLC, for establishment of a wetland mitigation bank to provide a third party option to satisfy compensatory mitigation requirements of Department of the Army permits. The proposed bank is located in Section 36, Township 133 North, Range 53 West, Latitude 46.288450° North, Longitude -97.292772° West, Ransom County, near Wyndmere, North Dakota. The bank sponsor estimates the 475 acre site will yield 194 credits.

  • NWO-2019-0497-BIS

    Expiration date: 5/30/2019

    The District Engineer is considering a request from Ducks Unlimited, Inc. to establish an In-Lieu-Fee (ILF) Mitigation Site in accordance with the ILF Program approved by the Corps on March 5, 2014. The Leeson Mitigation Site is located near Tagus in the W½ of Section 36, Township 157 North, Range 88 West, Latitude 48.380194° North, Longitude -101.989732° West, Mountrail County, North Dakota. Credits established, mostly through wetland restoration, would be used to offset wetland impacts in the Missouri River Basin Northern Zone Regional Service Area. DU estimates the 60 acre site will yield 29.01 credits.

  • NWO-2006-60433-BIS

    Expiration date: 4/17/2019

    The District Engineer is considering a request from the Pembina County Water Resource District to reconstruct Pembina County Drain 64. The 4.3 mile project begins in Section 2, Township 161 North, Range 52 West, approximately 5 miles east of Hamilton. The project ends east of the Hefty Seed plant where the drain turns south at Interstate 29 in Section 4, Township 161 North, Range 51 West. [Latitude 48.803410° North, Longitude -97.286148° West. Accumulated sediment will be removed from the majority of the drain, but sections will be deepened and culverts lowered to enhance flow through the drain. The project will impact 12.41 acres of wetlands that have formed in the bottom of the ditch. Approximately 0.03 acre will be permanently lost at the culvert replacement sites. This project is expected to be self-mitigating as the wetlands are expected to re-establish in the drain bottom.