Video Recaps of The Mitigation Banking Group, Inc.
November 19th, 2020
Mitigation Banking Group | Selling Mitigation Banks in Florida
Since 2004, Colangelo has been in the mitigation banking industry and through this experience, her network of mitigation bankers throughout the state of Florida connects mitigation bankers that want to sell wetland mitigation banks with mitigation bankers, investors, private equites, agriculture investors that want to purchase wetland mitigation banks.
December 15th, 2020
Florida Mitigation Wetland Policy Changes: The Navigable Water Protection Rule and FDEP Assumption
Technology impacts the way we live and work. Natural resources consulting is no exception. Victoria presents at the Ecobot 2020 Webinar Series on Impacts of Changes to Wetlands Mitigation Banking!
December 22, 2020
The Mitigation Banking Group 2020 Holiday Message
This year has been like no other in our lifetime. 2020 has been tough and challenging, but the holiday season gives us all hope for the future! Here is to a fantastic end to 2020 and a prosperous 2021 to you, your families and your businesses. I wish you a very safe and Merry Christmas and may the New Year bring good health, happiness and good fortune. A blessed festive season to all!
December 22, 2020
Tiger Bay Mitigation Banking Group
Pricing Reduction for Halifax River Basin (Forested State UMAM Credits) $115,000.00/Credit from Tiger Bay Mitigation Bank ** Tiger Bay Mitigation Bank provides forested credits within the Halifax River Basin (Basin 17), which is within the St. Johns River Water Management District. Mitigation Bank credits are available to offset unavoidable wetland impacts that are located within the Halifax River with UMAM credits. The Tiger Bay Mitigation Bank is a 2,498.99-acre mitigation bank that is located in Volusia County, Florida. The bank was permitted by the St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) which can be utilized as mitigation for impacts within the service area. Restoration activities include hydrological enhancement to restore the natural hydrology.
Feb 8th, 2021
Ecological Restoration Career Advice
A University of Florida student studying Geology and pursuing a combined Master’s Degree in Ecological Restoration, contacted me expressing her strong interest in soil & water science. She had a few questions. Join my friend John Lesman from Bio-Tech, a full-service environmental consulting firm headquartered in Orlando, Fla, and I on this LIVE replay and together we answer all of her questions
March 16th, 2021
Florida Wetland Impacts Mitigation
Victoria visits the Orlando Regional Commercial Council to talk to them about what to do if they have wetland impacts on any of their properties.
April 15th, 2021
CFAEP Wekiva River Clean Up
Wekiva Island River Cleanup Beautiful day with CFAEP and a river cleanup effort. CFAEP provided the cabana, kayaks, river cleanup nets, bags, food, drinks and the group did the rest! Not only did we collect a bunch of trash, but the event also raised $400 to be donated to Keep Seminole Beautiful, who arranges monthly cleanup events. We are also proud to announce that The Mitigation Banking Group matched the money raised to bring the total to $800. To learn more about the CFAEP association, the Wekiva Island, or Keep Seminole Beautiful organization, click below. Central Florida Association of Environmental Professionals (CFAEP)
May 5th, 2021
Florida Gulf Coast Mitigation Bank For Sale
Introducing a rare oppportunity in the State of Florida for the sale and purchase of the Florida Gulf Coast Mitigation Bank. The Florida Gulf Coast Mitigation Bank is a 1,587.50- acre mitigation bank that is located in Levy County, Florida. This bank has both fresh and salt water mitigation credits for sale and also has an expansive service area with very little competition. There is $20M in mitigation credit value that will be sold over the next 12-15 years and the cost for credits is very high $200k for fresh and $350k for salt water. For more information on this bank, please contact me. FLORIDA GULF COAST MITIGATION BANK
May 5th, 2021
Hammock Lake Mitigation Bank For Sale
The Hammock Lake Mitigation Bank is an 818-acre mitigation bank that is located in Polk County, Florida. This mitigation bank is for sale. All state credits are reserved or sold, but it does have federal credits available and come with the land. The land can be used for recreation. This is a wonderful property, an environmental jewel. If you would like to add this to your portfolio of conserved land, please reach out to me. HAMMOCK LAKE MITIGATION BANK
May 5th, 2021
How Much Do Wetland Mitigation Credits Cost?
The Mitigation Banking Group, Inc. markets mitigation credits throughout the state of Florida! 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). MITIGATION BANK CREDITS
July 20th, 2020
Mitigation Explained by Victoria
In this video, Victoria explains the benefits of Mitigation Banking vs. Offsite/Onsite Mitigation! The Mitigation Banking Group manages and streamlines the complex relationships between developers, landowners, regulatory agencies and mitigation bankers involved in development projects by providing innovative mitigation solutions!
June 27th, 2020
Things to know about Wetland Mitigation
Here’s some things you should know about the wetland mitigation process! First we need the location of your project. From there, we can determine what watershed your project is located. With this information, I can clearly understand which mitigation bank(s) can service your project. Lastly and many times most important, with all of this information, we can accurately estimate the cost of your wetland impacts.
If you have questions regarding this video or project-specific concerns, please contact me!
April 23rd, 2020
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic Mitigation Banking Update
Hi Everyone! Just a quick update from my home office Winter Springs, Florida. Everything is good and things are moving along despite the obvious slowdown. We remain hopeful that the worst is behind us and we will be back to normal again soon.
March 13th, 2020
Colbert Cameron Mitigation Bank
Colbert Cameron Mitigation Bank provides state and federal credits within the 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) located within the St. Johns River Water Management District. CCMB is also permitted to offset RHPZ impacts for select projects.
Mitigation Bank credits are available to offset unavoidable wetland impacts that are located within the St. Johns River with RATIO credits (State) and M-WRAP credits (Federal).
The Colbert-Cameron Mitigation Bank is a 2,600-acre mitigation bank that is located in Volusia County, Florida.
The bank was permitted by both the St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) and can be utilized as mitigation for impacts within the service area.
Restoration activities include hydrological enhancement to restore the natural hydrology.
March 9th, 2020
Florida Wetland Delineation
Back in February 2019, Colangelo had the pleasure of going on a wetland delineation in Sanford, Florida with Bill Griffy of Ecological Consulting Solutions, Inc. The landowner was uncertain what he was able to do or not do with the property for development purposes. An environmental consultant, like Bill Griffy, can do a wetland delineation for your project to see where the wetland lines lay and also determine the quality of the wetland depending on the Location & Landscape, Water Environment, & Community Structure.
The vegetation, soil and hydrology all play a very important part in determining how much mitigation will be needed if an adverse wetland impact should development occur. If the mitigation plan is approved by the state and/or federal agencies, a landowner can utilize their land to the highest and best use by being able to mitigate for their wetland loss and replacing the wetland gain in another location such as a mitigation bank.
A mitigation bank must be located within the same geographic drainage basin/Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC) as the adverse wetland location. Once you determine which mitigation banks can service your property’s location, you can determine the pricing of the credits which range from $40,000.00-$350,000.00/credit. Depending on the quality of the wetland impact, will determine how many credits will need to be purchased. For example, if this landowner (in the video below) would like to impact the wetland and/or ponds on this property, the landowner would need to purchase approx. 0.4 UMAM credits for an acre of wetland impact.