North Suisun Mitigation Bank
- Solano County
- Species & Related Habitats: California tiger salamander, Contra Costa goldfields, Vernal pool fairy shrimp, Vernal pool tadpole shrimp
The 612-acre North Suisun Mitigation Bank located in Solano County consists of preserved and re-established vernal pools and swales, preserved and re-established California tiger salamander breeding and upland habitat, playa vernal pools, seasonal drainages, and annual grassland.
The Bank was approved by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for impacts to vernal pool habitats, and credits include vernal pool re-establishment, vernal pool fairy shrimp preservation, vernal pool tadpole shrimp preservation, California tiger salamander, and Contra Costa goldfields. The service area for vernal pool fairy shrimp, vernal pool tadpole shrimp, and Contra Costa goldfields is consistent with the Solano-Colusa vernal pool region. The California tiger salamander service area includes portions of Colusa, Yolo, Sutter, Sacramento, Solano, Contra Costa and San Joaquin Counties.
Available Credit Types
- California tiger salamander uplands
- California tiger salamander aquatic
- Vernal pool fairy shrimp preservation
- Vernal pool tadpole shrimp preservation
- Contra Cost goldfields
Previously Available Credit Types
- Vernal Pool re-establishment (sold out)