150 acre site
No credits currently available.

Price is  $60,000 per acre.

Opportunities for completion of stream mitigation available on the project site.  Please contact Vince Messerly for details.

Wetlands Restoration:

  • Forested Wetlands
  • Sedge/Wet Meadow
  • Scrub/Shrub Wetlands
  • Shallow Emergent Wetlands

Wetlands Rehabilitation Wetlands Preservation Upland Forest:

  • Restoration
  • Enhancement
  • Preservation
ODNR Division of Wildlife

Long-term owner and managing partner: Ohio Division of Wildlife

The Granger Wetlands Mitigation Bank is located in Granger Township, Medina County, within the Erie/Ontario Drift and Lake Plain ecoregion. The project will restore a diverse assemblage of habitats including forested wetlands, scrub/shrub wetlands, sedge/wet meadows, emergent wetlands and forested uplands.  The site includes a large area of muck soils.  The farm was used for the production of vegetables and row crops for many decades.

The site contains two areas completely dominated by invasive species, primarily Phalaris arundinacea(reed canary grass).  These areas will be rehabilitated to diverse shallow emergent, wet meadow, and scrub/shrub wetlands through invasive vegetation removal and control and supplemental plantings of native plants.

Additionally, 3,160 feet of Granger Ditch Lateral 1 exists along the western border of the property.  These two streams provide an opportunity for individual stream mitigation projects on the site.  Please call Stream + Wetlands Foundation for details.