To ensure future developments result in no net loss of wetlands, mitigation banking is crucial to protect water quality, wildlife habitats, and other key ecological functions .


What is mitigation banking?

According to the National Mitigation Banking Association (NMBA), mitigation banking is “the restoration, creation, enhancement, or preservation of a wetland, stream, or other habitat area undertaken expressly for the purpose of compensating for unavoidable resource losses in advance of development actions, when such compensation cannot be achieved at the development site or would not be as environmentally beneficial.”

A. Wilbert’s Sons has over 20 years of experience in mitigation bank design, implementation, and monitoring.

We own and sponsor three wetland mitigation banks in the Lower Grand River Watershed: Bercham Mitigation Bank, Erwinville Mitigation Bank, and Rosedale Mitigation Bank.