Cape Fear Riparian Buffer and Nutrient Umbrella Bank Functional Uplift
Wetlands: 13.96 AC
The Ivey Ferguson Nutrient Bank Site is located within the Upper New Hope Arm of the B. Everett Jordan Lake watershed in Orange County. Stormwater run-off from this site drained into an unnamed tributary of Phils Creek which in turn emptied into University Lake approximately 3.4 miles downstream. Through about 12-acres of a re-forested buffer area, this bank site produced water quality improvements within the watershed. RES planted trees to provide run-off filtration and nutrient uptake along 2,700 linear feet of channel. Due to its location within the sub-watershed, the Ivey Ferguson Bank Parcel has a 40% delivery factor for nitrogen removal and a 19% delivery factor for phosphorus removal.
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302 Jefferson Street
Raleigh, North Carolina 27605 Phone:
Services provided in:
- Wake County, North Carolina