Randolph-1 Stream Mitigation Bank

  • West Virginia
  • Randolph County
  • Wetlands: 2.32 AC
  • Streams: 3,336.00 LF
  • West Virginia Mitigation Bank Prospectus and Umbrella Mitigation Banking Instrument

The Randolph-1 Mitigation Bank is located on 100 acres of a larger 407-acre tract of land. The goal of the Randolph-1 Mitigation Bank is to establish, restore, enhance and preserve self-sustaining, functional streams and wetlands while restoring riparian areas to be properly functioning. In addition to stream mitigation, this site will restore pockets of red spruce to an area where this species natively occurred but are no longer present. The site will also provide and protect habitat for other threatened and endangered species such as Indiana bat, Northern long-eared bat, and Virginia Big-eared Bat.