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Published Dec. 7, 2020
Expiration date: 1/5/2021

NAME OF APPLICANT: Natural Resource Professionals, L.L.C.., obo Stand Up Triple, L.L.C.; Attn: Gregg Fell; 7330 Highland Road, Suite B-1, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70808.

LOCATION OF WORK:  The 206.4 acre site is located approximately 4 miles to the northwest of Thibodeaux, Louisiana within Sections 60, 61, and 62, Township 14 South, and Range 16 East in Lafourche Parish, as shown on attached drawings.

Center of Location: Latitude: 29.848384 ° N, Longitude: 90.850823° W. 

Hydrologic Unit Code: 08090301 – East Central Louisiana Coastal.

CHARACTER OF WORK:   Stand Up Triple, L.L.C., is proposing the re-establishment and rehabilitation of existing farmed wetlands, and the enhancement and preservation of existing bottomland hardwood forest for the development of Edwina Mitigation Bank.  Site restoration activities will consist of removal of agricultural levees, land contouring, backfilling and plugging of drainage features, and planting of desirable vegetation. Of the 206.4 acres proposed for Edwina Mitigation Bank, 8.3 acres are bottomland hardwood enhancement, 32.3 acres are bottomland hardwood re-establishment, 99.5 acres are bottomland hardwood rehabilitation, 23.5 acres are bottomland hardwood preservation, 31.1 acres are cypress/tupelo swamp rehabilitation, and 1.2 acres are upland buffer.