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What is Wetland Mitigation? Wetland mitigation is the collective process of offsetting impacts to wetlands, streams, or other aquatic resources classified under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act through preservation, enhancement, restoration, and in some cases creation. Impacts...


Long Leaf Pine History Long leaf Pine (Pinus palustris) was once the dominant tree species stretching over a vast 93-million-acre territory ranging from the tidewater region of Virginia to south Florida and west to Texas. Its lumber and resin-based products helped make America...


Fire is a naturally occurring part of nature. But while a fire can take place in the backyard for a cookout or on a Longleaf Pine Savanna to reduce fuel buildup, fire demands respect. Across the United States, fires are often intentionally started by trained professionals on...


On January 16th 2018, LMG staff members made the trek from Wilmington to one of the most unique (and largest at a little over 4000 acres) mitigation sites thus completed by LMG. The site's namesake is Rutman Creek, which can be found on the south-western portion of the property...


Congratulations to one of our Environmental Scientist and Project Managers, Corey Novak, for obtaining the Professional Wetland Scientist certification! The Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS) certification was developed by the Society of Wetland Scientists to further scientific...