The Granger Wetlands Mitigation Bank is located in Granger Township, Medina County, within the Erie/Ontario Drift and Lake Plain ecoregion. The site includes a large area of muck soils and several tributaries to Granger Ditch. Historically, the farm was used for the production of vegetables and row crops for many decades. The project was approved in 2012 and has restored a diverse assemblage of habitats including forested wetlands, scrub/shrub wetlands, sedge/wet meadows, emergent wetlands and forested uplands. It is now managed by Medina County Park District and will eventually be open for public enjoyment.
Long-Term Owner and Managing Partner: Medina County Park District
The 150-acre Granger Wetlands Mitigation bank is located in Granger Township in Medina County.
Service Area: Black-Rocky 8-digit HUC (04110001)
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