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Published Feb. 15, 2021
Expiration date: 3/16/2021

NAME OF APPLICANT: EcoSystem Renewal, L.L.C., obo HRI CP, L.L.C.; Attn: Danny Moran; 4520 South Sherwood Forest Boulevard, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70816

LOCATION OF WORK:  The Hunt Tract is a 137.9 acre site located approximately 0.75 miles east of the Comite River, in Sections 46 and 47, Township 4 South, Range 1 East, East Baton Rouge Parish Louisiana, as shown on attached drawings.

Center of Location: Latitude: 30.679861° N, Longitude: 91.070791° W 

Hydrologic Unit Code: 08070202 – Amite River, Lake Pontchartrain Basin

The Ewell Tract is a 141.3 acre site located on the east bank of Doyle Bayou, in Section 5, Township 4 South, Range 1 East, East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, as shown on the attached drawings.

Center of Location: Latitude: 30.732016° N, Longitude: 91.128299 ° W

Hydrologic Unit Code: 08070202 – Amite River, Lake Pontchartrain Basin

CHARACTER OF WORK:   HRI CP, L.L.C. is proposing restoration activities for the establishment of the Amite Basin Umbrella Mitigation Bank (ABUMB), including plugging of man-made drainage conveyances and the removal of field ditches at each site in order to restore more natural, historic water regime and surface hydrology. The ABUMB proposes to preserve, enhance, rehabilitate and re-establish bottomland hardwoods habitat on both the Hunt and the Ewell Tracts. Habitat appropriate tree species will be planted following the hydrologic restoration activities.  All proposed mitigation credit identified as hardwood flats and bottomland hardwood in this restoration project are to be classified as bottomland hardwood per the Louisiana Rapid Assessment Method 2.0 Guidebook.