Mitigation Bank Credits

The Mitigation Banking Group, Inc. markets mitigation credits throughout the state of Florida from the following mitigation banks:

Alafia River Wetland Mitigation Bank

Alafia River Basin


Barberville Mitigation Bank

St. Johns River (Wekiva to Welaka) Basin 15


Bear Point Mitigation Bank

Central Indian River Lagoon Basin

CGW Mitigation Bank

Indian River Lagoon Basin

Colbert Cameron Mitigation Bank

St. Johns River (Canaveral Marshes to Wekiva) Basin (Basin 18), Econlockhatchee Nested Basin (Basin 19), Lake Jesup ( Basin 23), and part of the Southern St. Johns River (Basin 20)

Crosby Island Marsh Mitigation Bank

USACOE HUC: 03090101 and 03080101

(Reedy Creek, Shingle Creek, Boggy Creek, Econlockhatchee River, Lake Hart, E. Lake Toho and Lake Myrtle)

Emeralda Marsh Mitigation Bank

Southern Ocklawaha River (Basin 12)


Farmton Mitigation Bank

Halifax River Basin & St. Johns River Basin

Florida Gulf Coast Mitigation Bank

Freshwater: Waccasassa River, Suwannee River Basin, Coastal Rivers & Withlacoochee River Basins (SRWMD)(FDEP & USACOE)
Saltwater: SWFWD: Upper Coastal and Withlacoochee River Basin, SRWMD: Wacassassa, Lower Suwanee, Coastal Basin and Aucilla Basin, NWFWD: St Marks River and Ochlockonee Basin

Garcon Peninsula Mitigation Bank

Pensacola Bay Basin

Hammock Lake Mitigation Bank

Palatlakaha River, Southern Ocklawaha River and Ocklawaha River Basins

Lake Swamp Mitigation Bank

Halifax River Basin

Mangrove Point Mitigation Bank

Tampa Bay & Manatee River Basin


Mill Creek Mitigation Bank

Northern Ocklawaha River (14)


Missing Link Mitigation Bank

Southern Ocklawaha Basin
Permitted: SWFWMD (UMAM)

Reedy Creek Mitigation Bank

Reedy Creek, Shingle Creek, Boggy Creek, Lake Hart, E. Lake Toho, Lake Toho Basins, etc…
Permitted: SFWMD (UMAM) & USACE (M-WRAP)

San Pedro Bay Mitigation Bank

Coastal River and Aucilla River Basin

Tampa Bay Mitigation Bank

Tampa Bay and Coastal Areas Basin

Tiger Bay Mitigation Bank

Halifax River Basin
(SJRWMD: 17)

Twin Oaks Mitigation Bank

Reedy Creek, Shingle Creek, Boggy Creek, Lake Hart, Lake Tohopekaliga, Lake Gentry, Lake Hatchineha, and Lake Kissimmee Basins
Permitted: SFWMD (UMAM)

Webster Creek Mitigation Bank

Northern Indian River Lagoon (21) & Halifax River Basin (17)
Permitted: SJRWMD (UMAM)

Wiggins Prairie Mitigation Bank

Hillsborough River Basin


Ensuring Project Success
Through Experienced Mitigation Services

We represent mitigation banks throughout Florida. Our banks are large scale environmental restoration projects designed to provide compensatory offsets “mitigation credits” through the creation and sale of credits. 
Mitigation banking is the preferred method for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).

Top 5 Reasons on why purchasing Mitigation Credits from a Mitigation Bank is preferred to providing Offsite or Onsite mitigation:

Avoid Risk

The developer that implements its own mitigation often finds its mitigation failing and must spend unexpected money to restore the wetland. The purchase of credits from a mitigation bank legally transfers all risk to the mitigation banker.

Benefits to the Environment

Establishment of a mitigation bank brings together financial resources, biological planning and scientific expertise. Consolidating these resources increase the potential for long-term successful mitigation that maximizes contribution to the environment. A large scale mitigation bank project has the opportunity to maintain the integrity of the aquatic ecosystem. The complexity of a wetland is difficult to encompass in a small development project. The larger mitigation bank has a better chance of encompassing all necessary biological functions.

Maximize Space

On site mitigation often becomes a burden on development sites, causing a development to be planned around the mitigation. Buying credits from a mitigation bank allows the developer to maximize his usable land and put that space to its highest and best use.

Save Money

Wetland impacts can be offset by property on-site or off-site (purchasing additional land within the same drainage basin to construct functioning mitigation). The cost increases with the additional burden of permitting, construction, monitoring, and maintenance activities. Mitigation through a bank requires a one time fee for the mitigation credits and the additional burden and hidden cost are avoided.

Save Time

A developer using a mitigation bank will have reduced permitting time. The permitting practice is a more streamlined process since mitigation banks are already constructed and functioning. Wetland Mitigation banks are already approved by local, state, and federal agencies.