Selecting Wetland Mitigation Sites Using a Watershed Approach (Western Washington)
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|Author(s)||Hruby, T., K. Harper, and S. Stanley|
|Description||The goals of this guide are to improve mitigation success and to better address the ecological priorities of Washington’s watersheds. We provide specific recommendations on how to apply a watershed approach when selecting sites in western Washington and in choosing between on-site and off-site mitigation.
See Related Web Content below (Mitigation Resources) to download Appendix A.
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|Keywords||watershed characterization, wetland mitigation, site selection, mitigation, wetland, wetlands, appendix|
|WEB PAGE||More Wetland Mitigation Resources|
Wetland Mitigation in Washington State - Part 1: Agency Policies and Guidance
Wetland Mitigation in Washington State - Part 2: Developing Mitigation Plans
Responses to Comments: Draft Guidance on Selecting Mitigation Sites using a Watershed Approach
Selecting Mitigation Sites Using a Watershed Approach (Eastern Washington)
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