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Agencies Propose 3500-acre Mitigation Bank in Mississippi

The Mississippi Department of Transportation and The Mississippi Fish and Wildlife Foundation are submitting a completed prospectus for the proposed establishment of a mitigation bank referred to as he Buttahatchie River Mitigation Bank.

The Sponsors propose to create a 3,562 acre mitigation bank in Monroe County, Mississippi. The goal of the sponsor is to re-establish and preserve various wetland habitats and stream functions within several creeks to create a sustainable ecosystem on one tract located near Amory, Mississippi. The restoration, enhancement, and preservation activities within this tract totaling 3,562 acres will increase wetland and stream functions, provide species diversity, and increase the width of a wildlife corridor along Red Creek.

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