Stream + Wetlands Foundation (formerly Ohio Wetlands Foundation) formed as a non-profit 501(c)(3) in 1992 in response to the regulated community’s need to have a compensatory mitigation alternative for impacts to aquatic resources, such as streams and wetlands. S+W uses funds from entities required to provide compensatory mitigation for impacts to aquatic resources to: acquire land; design and complete restoration and rehabilitation projects; and to provide long-term maintenance and stewardship of completed projects. Funding from S+W also supports interpretive signage, public education, recreation, on-site research, and academic research.
S+W established the first wetlands mitigation bank (at the Hebron State Fish Hatchery) in the United States to successfully achieve the required performance standards and to complete the required monitoring. Building on that expertise, S+W has protected, enhanced or restored over 4,000 acres of wetlands, riparian corridors and upland buffers through the establishment of mitigation banks and permittee responsible mitigation projects. Today, S+W continues to provide solutions that benefit businesses and communities in the region we serve.
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123 S. Broad St.
Lancaster, Ohio 43130 Phone:
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