Cosumnes Floodplain Mitigation Bank – SOLD OUT

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General Information

The Cosumnes Floodplain Mitigation Bank is a 472-acre site located at the confluence of the Cosumnes and Mokelumne Rivers, in Sacramento County. The bank, which is now sold out of credits, supports Shaded Riverine Aquatic (SRA) mitigation credits, a suite of riparian, perennial, and seasonal wetland credits, and riparian forest and shrub scrub habitat credits under the Federal Clean Water Act, California Department of Fish and Wildlife Lake and Streambed Alteration Program, and California’s Delta Levee Program. In addition, the site was approved to receive funds as a Supplemental Environmental Project (SEP) administered by the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board for projects impacting water quality standards.

Ideally positioned within the Sacramento-San Joaquin Secondary Delta along one of the last undammed rivers in California, the bank contributes to the restoration and protection of natural floodplain and essential fish habitat along the lower Cosumnes River.

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Cosumnes Floodplain Mitigation Bank – SOLD OUT

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Service area:

Sacramento County and portions of Sutter, El Dorado, Amador, Calavaras, Contra Costa, San Joaquin, Alameda, Solano, Placer and Yolo counties

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Please contact Travis Hemmen at (916) 646-3644, or use the “Request For Information” form for additional site or pricing information.

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