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MVN-2023-00868-MG

CEMVN-RG
Published July 1, 2024
Expiration date: 7/31/2024

NAME OF APPLICANT: RES Lake Pontchartrain L.L.C., c/o: Resource Environmental Solutions, LLC, attn.: Mr. Matt Genotte, 6575 West Loop South, Suite 300, Houston, Texas 77401.

LOCATION OF WORK: The Wagon Wheel Umbrella Mitigation Bank contains two sites, the Tickfaw Site and the Friendship River Site.

The Tickfaw Site is located in Sections 36 and 41, Township 7 South, Range 5 East of Livingston Parish, approximately 2 miles north of the Town of Springville, (lat. 30.399, long. -90.670), as shown within the attached drawings (Hydrologic Unit Code 08070203, Tickfaw Watershed).

The Friendship River Site is located in Sections 26 and 27, Township 9 South, Range 4 East of Ascension Parish, approximately 2 miles northeast of the Town of Acy, (lat. 30.234, long. -90.789) as shown within the attached drawings (Hydrologic Unit Code 08070204, Lake Maurepas Watershed).

CHARACTER OF WORK: The applicant has requested Department of Army authorization to remove invasive tree species and conduct supplemental plantings at the Tickfaw and Friendship River sites for the establishment of the Wagon Wheel Umbrella Mitigation Bank.

The Tickfaw Site may have the potential to rehabilitate 138.3 acres of bottomland hardwood, enhance 9.8 acres of bottomland hardwood, enhance 28.5 acres of cypress/tupelo swamp, and preserve 20.4 acres of cypress/tupelo swamp, as well as
protect a 4.8 acre non-mitigation buffer.

The Friendship River Site may have the potential to rehabilitate 139.0 acres of bottomland hardwood, enhance 26.4 acres of bottomland hardwood, enhance 47.7 acres of cypress/tupelo swamp, and preserve 106.5 acres of cypress/tupelo swamp, as well as protect a 179.8 acre non-mitigation buffer.