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SWG-2021-00775 - Harris County Flood Control District - within the Clear Creek watershed in the San Jacinto–Brazos River basin - Brazoria County, Texas

USACE Galveston District
Published June 16, 2023
Expiration date: 7/18/2023

Public Notice          Mitigation Bank Prospectus

Proposed Mitigation Bank Prospectus.  The Sponsor proposes the establishment and operation of a wetland mitigation bank to be named the Clear Creek Regional Mitigation Bank.  The Sponsor’s plan is to restore approximately 166 acres of riverine forested (RF) wetlands; enhance approximately 2 acres of RF wetlands; establish approximately 83 acres of mixed RF and riverine herbaceous/shrub (RHS) wetlands; re-establish site hydrology to allow for physical retention and chemical sequestration of local site runoff and Chigger Creek floodwaters; and promote stand diversity via selective plantings and forest management techniques to increase site flora and fauna biodiversity.  The project work is being conducted within the Clear Creek-frontal Galveston Bay USGS Hydrologic Unit Code 1204020401 to serve as compensatory mitigation for unavoidable, permitted impacts to waters of the United States.