Hofmann Forest Wetland Mitigation Bank Restoration Plans Versons 1, 2 and 3

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Title: Hofmann Forest Wetland Mitigation Bank Restoration Plans Versons 1, 2 and 3
Author: Andrews, Richard
Abstract: The purpose of this compensatory mitigation bank site is the restoration of natural wetland function and ecological value that has been lost on 88 acres of the Hofmann Forest within the White Oak River Basin. At this particular site, wetland functions will be restored on 88 acres of land where wetland functions have been lost through ditching, draining and the conversion to agricultural land use. This site is a priorconverted wetland located in the lower Coastal Plain of North Carolina. Specific goals include reestablishing an appropriate forested wetland plant community, reestablishing a natural hydrologic regime through deconstruction of the existing drainage network, reestablishing appropriate natural geomorphological characteristics, reestablishing habitat for macro and micro fauna, large and small game species, and reestablishing connectivity with surrounding natural or restored areas.
Description: Missing charts and maps can be obtained from Glenn_Catts@ncsu.edu
Publisher: North Carolina State University. College of Natural Resources
Date: 2009-03-26
Series/Report No.: Master of Natural Resources Professional Papers (North Carolina State University. College of Natural Resources)
URI: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/resolver/1840.4/4026


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