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Mogensen Mitigation, Incorporated
 
   
Migitation Banking and Related Services by Mogensen Mitigation, Inc.
Wetlands Restoration, Mitigation Banking and Related Wetland and Stream Environmental Consulting Services
Primary
SERVICES

Wetlands
& Streams

Mitigation

Threatened & Endangered
Species

 


Portfolio - Mogensen Mitigation, Inc. (MMI)

The following are just a few of the many projects we've managed:


Forrest Creek Stream and Buffer Mitigation Bank (2006)
The Forrest Creek Stream and Buffer Mitigation Bank is located approximately seven miles northeast of Hillsborough, NC (Neuse River Basin 03020201).
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Catawba County, NC
Pott Creek II Stream Restoration Project
is an approximately 100-acre site in Catawba County, NC. It is a bottomland hardwood wetland and stream restoration project. Over 10,000 linear feet of stream restoration was developed for the NCDOT for future road projects in the Catawba River Watershed. Construction was completed in spring 2004. The site was a cattle pasture, which allowed the cattle direct access to the main branch of Pott Creek and Rhodes Mill Branch. Historically, both creeks were dredged and straightened and actively eroding. An unnamed tributary to Pott Creek flows on the property from the northwest and is degraded due to cattle use. The creeks had pattern, profile and dimension restored and were revegetated with native plant species.
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Hoke County, NC
Hillcrest Bay Wetland Restoration Project
is an approximately 40-acre site in Hoke County, NC and is a Carolina Bay wetland restoration project. Fifteen (15) wetland mitigation units (WMU’s) were developed for the NCEEP for current and future non-riverine wetland impacts in the Cape Fear Watershed. Construction was completed in spring 2005. The site was being used for cotton crops and ditches were filled and plugged to restore wetland hydrology and replanted with native Carolina Bay vegetation.
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Cumberland County, NC
Tarlton Stream and Wetland Restoration Project
is an approximately 20-acre site in Cumberland County, NC located in the city limits of Fayetteville. It is a combination stream and wetland restoration project. Eight (8) riverine wetland mitigation units (WMU’s) and 3800 stream mitigation units (SMU’s) were developed for the NCEEP for current and future impacts in the Cape Fear Watershed. Construction was completed in spring 2006. The site was originally an amenity lake where the dam failed several times and beaver moved in to create an unstable impoundment in an urban setting. The restoration involved removing the beaver and demolishing the former dam remnants. Once that was done, two branches of the original stream system reestablished to a more natural pattern, profile and dimension. The wetland areas were seeded and planted with native bottomland hardwood trees and shrubs.
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Iredell County, NC
Reeds Creek Wetland Restoration Project
is an approximately 15-acre site in Iredell County, NC and is a wetland restoration project located immediately adjacent to Lake Norman. Four wetland mitigation units (WMU’s) are being developed for the NCEEP for current and future riverine wetland impacts in the Catawaba River Watershed. Construction is planned for summer 2006. The site was being used for sand dredging and as a goat pasture. Wetland hydrology is being restored by removing berms along Reeds Creek and will be replanted with native wetland woody vegetation.
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West Virginia Mitigation Bank is a statewide umbrella mitigation banking program with multiple sites throughout West Virginia. The sites include both stream and wetland mitigation projects: Meadow River Bank Site (81 acres producing 30 wetland credits in Greenbrier County); Little Clear Creek Bank Site (22 acres producing 14 wetland credits in Greenbrier County); Mud Run Bank Site (8000 linear feet producing over 1,000,000 stream mitigation units in Jackson County); Tygart River Bank Site (26 acres producing 18 wetland credits and 342,000 stream mitigation units in Randolph County).
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PAST PROJECT EXPERIENCE

New Jersey
Marsh Resources Meadowlands Mitigation Bank, NJ - While at Marsh Resources Inc. (a subsidiary of the Williams Companies) - Responsible for developing, permitting, constructing and operating the Marsh Resources Meadowlands Mitigation Bank. A 206-acre tidal estuarine high and low marsh mitigation bank. This is the largest private entrepreneurial wetlands mitigation bank in northern New Jersey.
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New Jersey:
Bog Brook Enhancement Bank, NJ -
While at Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Corporation (Transco, which is owned by Williams) - Responsible for approval, design, implementation and monitoring of the first operating private wetland mitigation bank in the State of New Jersey.
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Catawba County, NC
Pott Creek Mitigation Bank, NC -
While at Marsh Resources Inc. (a subsidiary of the Williams Companies) - NC Department of Transportation (Client). Responsible for approval, conceptual design, construction implementation and monitoring of a 75-acre bottomland hardwood wetland and stream restoration project in the Catawba River Watershed.
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Virginia
Potomac River Wetland Mitigation Bank, VA -
While at Marsh Resources Inc. (a subsidiary of the Williams Companies) Provided technical support regarding site identification, document preparation, regulatory negotiations, and coordination of the purchase of easements on four properties for a multi-site Mitigation Bank in the Potomac River Watershed in Virginia. Site selection focused on wetland restoration sites to maximize wetland success and minimize development costs.
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Special thanks & recognition goes to the N.J. Meadowlands Commission, with aerial support from LightHawk, for the above photo of the Meadowlands Conservation Trust’s Kane Mitigation Bank and the MRI Meadowlands Mitigation Bank in Bergen County, NJ. Both of these banks have been managed by Richard Mogensen over the last 20 years.

 

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The Kane Mitigation Bank (PDF)

 


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