Big Sandy Mitigation Bank, Phase 2

Westervelt Ecological ServicesBig Sandy Mitigation Bank, Phase 2

General Information

The 73 acre Big Sandy Mitigation Bank, Phase 2, is located directly adjacent to the existing 1,060-acre Big Sandy Mitigation Bank. Combined the two banks protect a stretch of over four miles on both sides of Big Sandy Creek and South Sandy Creek, re-establishing the full ecological potential of this ecosystem through 11.8 miles of riparian buffer restoration/enhancement. The easement for the Bank is held by the Freshwater Landtrust. Big Sandy Mitigation Bank, Phase 2 is located in southern Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, within the Black Warrior-Tombigbee basin and Lower Black Warrior watershed. The bank offers stream credits.

For more information about the pricing and availability call (334) 821-1999.

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Big Sandy Mitigation Bank, Phase 2

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Service area:

Franklin, Lawrence, Marion, Winston, Cullman, Marshall, Blount, Jefferson, Walker, Fayette, Lamar, Pickens, Tuscaloosa, Bibb, Perry, Hale, Greene, Sumter, and Marengo.

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