Bear Creek Mitigation Bank Storymap

Bear Creek Mitigation Bank is comprised of approximately 3,000 acres of wetland mitigation northeast of Panama City, Florida. Located within Bearthick Swamp, the bank is in a high priority ecological corridor that connects the Apalachicola National Forest to other large conservation areas, including the Econfina Creek Corridor and Eglin Air Force Base. Follow the story

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WES’s Rocky Mountain Region Gets Approval on First Bank

BY: Chloe Lewis, Rocky Mountain Region Project Planner/Business Development Associate Westervelt Ecological Services’ Denver office is pleased to announce the approval of the Big Thompson Confluence Mitigation Bank. This is the first Mitigation Bank approved on Colorado’s Front Range in 20 years! With accelerated development around the state of Colorado, this Bank offers a proactive

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Travis Hemmen’s Successful Reign as ERBA President Coming to a Close

There is never a dull moment for WES’s Travis Hemmen! Travis has been doing double duty with responsibility as Vice President of Business Development at WES and serving as President of our industry association, the Ecological Restoration Business Association (ERBA). ERBA serves as the industry’s voice in Washington by advocating for smart policies and legislation

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