Stream + Wetlands (formerly Ohio Wetlands Foundation) teamed with Wetlands Resource Center to pursue the recently issued Request for Letters of Interest (LOI) to provide 65,296 feet of compensatory stream
Ohio Wetlands President Vince Messerly was recently asked to share his insights on compensatory mitigation practices in the United States with the United Kingdom’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural
Recently, the Army Corps of Engineers announced a release of 8.8 additional credits at Big Darby Hellbranch mitigation bank located near Columbus, Ohio. Click here for more information.
The Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA), H.R. 3080, passed the House of Representatives on Wednesday with an overwhelming 417-3 vote. The $8.2 billion bill would authorize port, dam,
Ohio Wetlands Foundation is pleased to announce that they are restoring 9.0 acres of wetlands at the Little Stillwater mitigation site located in Franklin Township, Harrison County, Ohio. The Little
Harrison Hub Facility – a new gas fractionation, or separation, plant – is being constructed by Utica East Ohio Midstream (UEOM) in Scio, Ohio located in Harrison County. Ohio Wetlands
A proposed new rule sent to the White House for interagency on review Sept. 17 aims to clarify which waters and wetlands are protected under the Clean Water Act. The
On September 13, Ohio Wetlands Foundation received an additional credit release at Pearson of 27.9 credits. To read more about Pearson, click here.
On August 19, George Elmaraghy, chief of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency’s (OEPA) division of surface water announced his resignation effective September 13. Elmaraghy has worked at the Ohio EPA
On Monday, August 12, excavating contractors George J. Igel, Inc. broke ground on the Granger Wetlands Mitigation Bank in Medina County. Construction is estimated to be completed by fall for fall