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SWG-2009-00937 - Prairie Creek Ventures - Waller County

Published Dec. 22, 2016
Expiration date: 1/24/2017

Full Public Notice          Project Plans

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Prairie Wetland Ventures (Sponsor) is proposing to modify the existing Katy Prairie Stream Mitigation Umbrella Bank (KPSMUB) to establish and operate a 364-acre wetland site named the KPSMUB-Hebert II Wetland Site (KPSMUBH); with the intention of offering wetland mitigation credits within the existing KPSMUB service area.  The primary goals of the mitigation plan include:  1) re-establishing wetland hydrology across a significant portion of the Site, and 2) restoring native wetland and upland vegetation and prairie habitat.  Primary activities include:  1) re-establish and enhance wetland hydrology, 2) upland buffer restoration, 3) establish native vegetation, and 4) permanently protect the Site through a conservation easement.  These activities will restore approximately 131 acres of native prairie wetlands, enhance approximately 88 acres of existing wetlands, restore approximately 48 acres of transitional zones between wetlands and uplands, and restore approximately 76 acres of native tall prairie grasslands including prairie mounds.  The KPSMUBH will be established in accordance with the requirements specified in 33CFR332.8 in collaboration with the United States Army Corps of Engineers and the Interagency Review Team.