Breaking Ground on 20+ Acre Mitigation Site

December 18, 2019

This year our largest mitigation site to date began construction in Richland County, Ohio. This site includes over 11 acres of emergent and forested wetlands and over 16 acres of upland buffer. Final grading was completed in August, with planting scheduled for the spring of 2020. This winter, MAD developed (with the assistance of Northpoint Engineering) a formal bid set for planting activities.

MAD will oversee the planting of tens of thousands of rooted wetland plugs, bareroot,  and container trees. Our client generously agreed to fund the salvage of native hydric soils, plant material, and wildlife from the proposed wetland impact areas. Salvage efforts may include volunteer opportunities for local K-12 school groups to participate in plant identification, transplanting, and experience with wetland restoration activities.

EXCAVATING FORESTED WETLAND POOLS IN AUGUST 2019.
THE SUN SETTING OVER AN EMERGENT WETLAND POOL. TREES WERE SALVAGED FROM THE IMPACTED WETLAND AND PLACED HERE AS PERCH AND BASKING LOGS.

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