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 and innovative solution to the protection of sensitive habitats and ecological resources. The Bank itself is located at the confluence of the Big Thompson River and the South Platte River in Weld County, Colorado. The 72.4 – acre restoration site will offset impacts to both streams and wetlands with a service area that covers a large portion of Colorado’s Front Range.

For more information on the project, service area and/or credit availability, please contact Chloe Lewis at [email protected]  or call (303) 927-0037.