Robinson Fork Phase II
Project TypeMitigation Bank
LocationPennsylvania | Washington County
Service AreaState Water Plan Subbasin 20
SolutionEnvironmental Mitigation, Stream Mitigation, Wetland Mitigation
Ecological SettingStreams, Wetlands
The primary objective of the Robinson Fork Phase II project is to restore and preserve a functional stream and wetland system as a mitigation bank. This initiative serves as a means to offset the loss or degradation of stream and wetland resources that occur due to unavoidable impacts in either the immediate or adjacent subbasins. The project’s restoration approach employs floodplain restoration and includes a comprehensive planting plan to improve degraded or lost streams/wetlands while delivering substantial ecological uplift.
By developing a self-sustaining ecosystem that supports the local flora and fauna, the project team aims to increase overall ecological resiliency. The team will also be responsible for monitoring and maintaining the site to ensure long-term success. The project has obtained all necessary permits and has complied with regulatory requirements.
The Robinson Fork Phase II project is a significant step towards restoring and conserving the area’s crucial stream and wetland resources. The project’s successful completion will showcase the significance of conservation and restoration efforts in maintaining a healthy and sustainable environment for future generations.