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RES Announces Initial Credit Release for The Even Flow Mitigation Bank in Frederick County, Maryland

June 10, 2024

Frederick County, MD — Resource Environmental Solutions LLC (RES) is proud to announce the initial credit release from our first Maryland bank under our Umbrella Banking Instrument: The Even Flow Mitigation Bank. This project marks a significant step forward in our commitment to delivering meaningful environmental benefits to the local community.

The Even Flow Mitigation Bank in Frederick County encompasses extensive restoration and enhancement initiatives, demonstrating our dedication to improving the region’s ecological health. The project includes:


  • 9.83 credits of PFO nontidal wetlands
    • 8.24 acres of restoration
    • 5.22 acres of enhancement


  • 2,502 Functional Feet/Credits for stream improvements
    • 1,259 feet of preservation
    • 902 feet of enhancement
    • 6,787 feet of restoration

These efforts bring many environmental benefits to our community, including enhanced water quality, nutrient filtration, and flood attenuation. Additionally, the project increases floodplain access and connectivity, creates stable stream patterns and banks, and enhances riparian buffers with native plantings. These native plantings contribute to bank stability, provide shade, and aid in nutrient absorption, fostering a healthier and more resilient ecosystem.

“The Even Flow Mitigation Bank is a testament to RES’s commitment to ecological restoration and community enhancement,” said Will Weaver, Maryland State Business Manager. “This project not only restores and preserves our natural resources but also sets a standard for future mitigation efforts in Maryland and beyond. We are excited to see its positive impact on the local environment and community.”

The initial credit release signifies a critical milestone in the project, paving the way for the region’s continued ecological improvements and sustainable development.

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