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Albemarle-Pamlico Sound GPRA 2007 Report Summary by Habitat Category

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Year 2007 Projects
Project Name Activity Project Description Habitat Type Acreage Linear Miles
Antioch Pines Natural Area Preserve (Zuni Pine Barrens) Enhancement Antioch Pine Preserve supports the Pine/Scrub Oak Sandhill community and a number of plant species that are rare in Virginia including Plukenet's flatsedge, sandy-woods chaffhead and viperina. The wet swales between the sandhills create ecotones that are home to a great diversity of wildflowers. Among many others there can be found orchids, trilliums, bellworts and lilies. These herbaceous plants are components of a woodland community that are dependent on frequent fires. Also located on this preserve are two longleaf pine trees that represent some of the last few native longleaf left in Virginia. These two trees (both over 100 years old) are being used in a breeding program by the Virginia Department of Forestry in an effort to restore native longleaf pine to its former range in Virginia. Prescribed fire is a key tool for managing the preserve and enhancing the rare communities. Forest / Woodland 60.00 0.00
Antioch Pines Natural Area Preserve (Zuni Pine Barrens) Enhancement Antioch Pine Preserve supports the Pine/Scrub Oak Sandhill community and a number of plant species that are rare in Virginia including Plukenet's flatsedge, sandy-woods chaffhead and viperina. The wet swales between the sandhills create ecotones that are home to a great diversity of wildflowers. Among many others there can be found orchids, trilliums, bellworts and lilies. These herbaceous plants are components of a woodland community that are dependent on frequent fires. Also located on this preserve are two longleaf pine trees that represent some of the last few native longleaf left in Virginia. These two trees (both over 100 years old) are being used in a breeding program by the Virginia Department of Forestry in an effort to restore native longleaf pine to its former range in Virginia. Along with a lack of fire, invasive species are a threats to these rare communities. Invasive species control is utilized to enhance the habitat. Forest / Woodland 1.00 0.00
Bagwell-Perry-Powell Protection / Maintenance Permanent riparian conservation easement was donated by private landowner to protect riparian buffer along Tar River in Granville County, North Carolina Riparian 69.71 2.58
Beaufort-CP3 Establishment Trees planted in a timber stand to provide environmental benefit and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 17.70 0.00
Beaufort-CP33 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to provide food and cover for quail and upland birds in cropland areas. Secondary benefits may include reducing soil erosion from wind and water, increasing soil and water quality, protecting and enhancing the on-farm ecosystem. This practice is applied around the field edges of eligible cropland that is suitably located and adaptable to the establishment of wildlife habitat, for primarily quail and upland bird species. Upland habitat buffers are allowed to re-vegetate by natural herbaceous successsion and/or will be established to adapted species of native, warm-season grass, legumes, wildflowers, forbs and limited shrub and tree plantings. Agricultural Land 17.40 0.00
Bertie-CP33 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to provide food and cover for quail and upland birds in cropland areas. Secondary benefits may include reducing soil erosion from wind and water, increasing soil and water quality, protecting and enhancing the on-farm ecosystem. This practice is applied around the field edges of eligible cropland that is suitably located and adaptable to the establishment of wildlife habitat, for primarily quail and upland bird species. Upland habitat buffers are allowed to re-vegetate by natural herbaceous successsion and/or will be established to adapted species of native, warm-season grass, legumes, wildflowers, forbs and limited shrub and tree plantings. Agricultural Land 46.20 0.00
Bertie-CP9 Establishment Shallow water areas for wildlife intended to develop or restore shallow water areas to an average depth of 6 to 8 inches for wildlife. The shallow water must provide a source of water for wildlife for the majority of the year. This project is under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Freshwater Marsh 10.20 0.00
Big Woods Protection / Maintenance The Nature Conservancy purchased this large tract of forestland from International Paper with the intent of ultimately transferring it to the State of Virginia to become a state forest. Forest / Woodland 4,905.00 16.06
Blackwater Ecological Preserve (Zuni Pine Barrens) Restoration / Reestablishment The Blackwater Ecological Preserve supports habitat for two of Virginia's rarest plant communities - longleaf pine-turkey oak flatwoods and longleaf pine savannas. These and other communities at the preserve were once more common in southeastern Virginia, but are now limited to just a few stands. This preserve supports the northernmost natural occurrence of longleaf pine and more than a dozen rare or noteworthy elements of Virginia's natural heritage. Prescribed fire is a key tool for managing the preserve and enhancing the rare communities. Forest / Woodland 57.00 0.00
Blackwater Ecological Preserve (Zuni Pine Barrens) Restoration / Re‑establishment The Blackwater Ecological Preserve supports habitat for two of Virginia's rarest plant communities - longleaf pine-turkey oak flatwoods and longleaf pine savannas. These and other communities at the preserve were once more common in southeastern Virginia, but are now limited to just a few stands. This preserve supports the northernmost natural occurrence of longleaf pine and more than a dozen rare or noteworthy elements of Virginia's natural heritage. Prescribed fire is a key tool for managing the preserve and enhancing the rare communities. Forest / Woodland 57.00 0.00
Blackwater Ecological Preserve (Zuni Pine Barrens) Restoration / Re‑establishment The Blackwater Ecological Preserve supports habitat for two of Virginia's rarest plant communities - longleaf pine-turkey oak flatwoods and longleaf pine savannas. These and other communities at the preserve were once more common in southeastern Virginia, but are now limited to just a few stands. This preserve supports the northernmost natural occurrence of longleaf pine and more than a dozen rare or noteworthy elements of Virginia's natural heritage. Prescribed fire is a key tool for managing the preserve and enhancing the rare communities. Forest / Woodland 53.00 0.00
Buckridge Hydrologic Restoration Establishment The NC Division of Coastal Management (DCM) received funding for the installation of a low flow tide gate and culvert at Buckridge Coastal Reserve. This will be the first step in a larger restoration project, and will begin to address salt intrusion, the most damaging stressor that the freshwater wetland communities of the Reserve face. Freshwater Marsh 0.00 0.00
Bunn Middle School Stream RestorationEW07037 Enhancement The primary objective of this project is to address the severe sedimentation problems of an unnamed tributary that drains to Crooked Creek, in the Tar-Pamlico River Basin. This demonstration project will improve water quality by implementing best management practices (BMPs) to better manage and treat stormwater runoff from a middle school campus. It will also provide an excellent learning opportunity for students and the community about nonpoint source pollution, water quality and stream restoration. The practices listed in the budget will directly reduce nonpoint source pollution delivered to the impacted stream, and restore stream function. Other benefits can be expected as well since the proposed BMPs will treat off-site movement of pesticides, phosphorus, nitrogen, and fecal coliform. Improvements in stream bank stability and habitat for fish and macroinvertebrates will also be realized through the stream restoration component of this project. Riparian 15.00 0.00
C007000016 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 2.33 0.06
C007004007 Protection / Maintenance The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 52.49 1.44
C007005840 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 68.65 1.89
C007005844 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 63.09 0.00
C007006901 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 22.88 0.63
C021003012A Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 3.75 0.10
C021003012C Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 10.68 0.29
C021003012D Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 1.90 0.05
C025005078 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 46.21 1.27
C025005093 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 52.86 0.00
C025005093 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 52.86 1.45
C033003103 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 65.94 1.81
C033003125 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 13.17 0.00
C033003126 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 20.92 0.00
C033003128 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 26.32 0.72
C033004001 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 12.40 0.00
C033004001A Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 1.50 0.00
C033004002 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 18.49 0.00
C033004004 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 7.73 0.00
C033004007 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 55.75 0.00
C033004008 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 32.40 0.00
C033005002 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 50.84 0.00
C033005003 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 16.66 0.00
C033006002 Establishment Hardwood trees planted in a timber stand to serve as habitat and provide environmental benefits. This project was enrolled in a 30-year or permanent easement. Agricultural Land 10.70 0.29
C033006003 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides, and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body. This practice is conducted immediately adjancent and parellel to perennial streams and/or seasonal streams. Filter strips are a minimum of 20 feet and maximum 120 feet or the minimum design specification if over 120 feet. Agricultural Land 1.85 0.05
C033007001 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 31.70 0.87
C033007002 Establishment Hardwood trees planted in a timber stand to serve as habitat for birds and other wildlife and provide to provide environmental benefits such as soil erosion prevention and carbon sequestration Agricultural Land 19.10 0.53
C037005159 Protection / Maintenance The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 9.80 1.20
C037005160 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. This project was enrolled in a 30-year or permanent easement. Agricultural Land 43.80 1.20
C037005166 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. This project was enrolled in a 30-year or permanent easement. Riparian 10.80 0.30
C037005177 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 9.98 0.27
C037006179 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 9.84 0.27
C037007190 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 12.34 0.34
C040005234 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. This project was enrolled in a 30-year or permanent easement. Riparian 23.80 0.65
C040005254 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 1.78 0.05
C040005260 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 7.60 0.21
C040005262 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 6.70 0.18
C040005263 Establishment Hardwood trees planted in a timber stand to serve as habitat for birds and other wildlife and to provide environmental benefits such as eorision control Agricultural Land 9.40 0.26
C040005264 Establishment Hardwood trees planted in a timber stand to serve as habitat and provide environmental benefits. This land was enrolled in a 30-year or permanent easement. Agricultural Land 20.16 0.55
C040005265 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 4.54 0.12
C040005266 Protection / Maintenance The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 1.26 0.03
C040005267 Establishment Hardwood tree planting on agricultural land to provide habitat and other environmental benefits. This project was enrolled in a 30-year or permanent easement. Riparian 21.22 0.58
C040005268 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 5.16 0.14
C040005275 Establishment Hardwood trees planted in a timber stand to serve as habitat for birds and other wildlife and provide environmental benefits such as erosion control and water quality improvements Agricultural Land 2.90 0.08
C040006275 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 6.00 0.17
C040006281 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 1.75 0.05
C040006283 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 44.50 1.22
C042000152A Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 8.39 0.23
C042000152B Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 5.77 0.16
C042000155A Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. This project was enrolled in a 30-year or permanent easement. Riparian 12.20 0.34
C042000155B Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. This project was enrolled in a 30-year or permanent easement. Riparian 40.00 1.10
C042000195 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 101.74 2.80
C042000254 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 0.80 0.02
C042000254A Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 8.80 0.24
C042000332 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 20.60 0.57
C042000333 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 3.70 0.10
C042000388 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 51.02 1.40
C042005016 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. This project was enrolled in 30-year or permanent easement. Agricultural Land 1.30 0.04
C042005022 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides, and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body. This practice is conducted immediately adjancent and parellel to perennial streams and/or seasonal streams. Filter strips are a minimum of 20 feet and maximum 120 feet or the minimum design specification if over 120 feet. Agricultural Land 21.10 0.58
C046001014 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 5.78 0.16
C046003001 Protection / Maintenance The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 44.50 1.22
C046003002 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 7.50 0.21
C046003033 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 2.90 0.08
C046003043 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 78.37 2.16
C046003047 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 6.20 0.17
C046003048 Protection / Maintenance The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 11.10 0.92
C046003048 Protection / Maintenance The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 11.10 0.92
C046004108 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 33.57 0.92
C046004109 Protection / Maintenance The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 38.58 1.06
C046004117 Protection / Maintenance The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 35.47 0.98
C046004120 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 38.06 1.05
C046006103 Establishment Hardwood trees planted in a timber stand to serve as habitat for birds and other wildlife and provide to provide environmental benefits such as soil erosion prevention and carbon sequestration Agricultural Land 9.57 0.26
C048000037 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 8.66 0.24
C048002005 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 32.87 0.90
C048004801 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. This project was enrolled in 30-year or permanent easement. Riparian 8.87 0.00
C048005100 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 56.41 0.00
C048006912 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to restore the functions and values of wetland ecosystems that have been devoted to agricultural use. The level of restoration of the wetland ecosystem shall be determined by the producer in consultation with technical assistance. Agricultural Land 203.74 5.60
C048006913 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to restore the functions and values of wetland ecosystems that have been devoted to agricultural use. The level of restoration of the wetland ecosystem shall be determined by the producer in consultation with technical assistance. Agricultural Land 101.81 2.80
C054004198 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 23.37 0.00
C054005226 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 6.30 0.00
C054005227 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. This land was enrolled in 30-year or permanent easement. Riparian 6.20 0.17
C054005231 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 24.20 0.00
C054005235A Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 1.80 0.00
C054005250 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 22.40 0.62
C054005258 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 25.44 0.70
C054006247 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 27.40 0.75
C054006276 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 34.10 0.94
C054006281 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. This land was enrolled in a 30-year or permanent easement. Agricultural Land 9.91 0.25
C058005005 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 23.30 0.64
C058006005 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 6.05 0.17
C058006006 Establishment Hardwood trees planted in a timber stand to serve as habitat for birds and other wildlife and provide environmental benefits such as soil erosion prevention Agricultural Land 8.33 0.23
C058006007 Establishment Hardwood trees planted in a timber stand to serve as habitat for birdsa nd other wildlife and provide environmental benefits such as soil erosion prevention and carbo sequestration. Agricultural Land 9.70 0.27
C064000032 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 10.10 0.28
C064000042 Protection / Maintenance The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 18.30 0.50
C065001037 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 114.08 3.14
C066003080 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 9.91 0.27
C066006118 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 13.80 0.38
C074042609A Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 4.62 0.13
C094006016 Establishment Hardwood trees planted in a timber stand to serve as habitat for birds and other wildlife and provide to provide environmental benefits such as soil erosion prevention and carbon sequestration Agricultural Land 9.19 0.25
C095000012 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 13.40 0.37
C095000013 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 10.40 0.29
C095000014 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 7.30 0.20
C095000015 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 55.10 1.52
C098003142 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 76.77 2.11
C098005161 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 15.50 0.43
C098007229 Establishment Hardwood trees planted in a timber stand to serve as habitat for birds and other wildlife and provide to provide environmental benefits such as soil erosion prevention and carbon sequestration Agricultural Land 11.10 0.31
C185000010 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 38.00 1.05
C185005471 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 9.64 0.00
C185005472 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 3.03 0.08
C404006282 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Riparian 3.66 0.10
Capps Farms Inc. #1 Protection / Maintenance Permanent conservation easement was purchased to protect 300-ft stream buffer on Fishing Creek, Warren County, NC. Easement prohibits development, timber harvest, subdivision, agriculture, and roads. Riparian 19.80 0.56
Capps Farms Inc. #2 Protection / Maintenance Permanent conservation easement was purchased to protect 300-ft stream buffer on Fishing Creek, Warren County, NC. Easement prohibits development, timber harvest, subdivision, agriculture, and roads. Riparian 19.84 0.52
Capps Forestry Enterprises Protection / Maintenance Permanent conservation easement was purchased to protect 300-ft stream buffer on Fishing Creek, Warren County, NC. Easement prohibits development, timber harvest, subdivision, agriculture, and roads. Riparian 19.55 0.64
Chowan River/Harrell Protection / Maintenance This project entailed the acquisition of easement of a forested wetland comprised of a cypress-gum swamp in Chowan County given to the Coastal Land Trust in 2007. Forested Wetland 111.00 1.28
Chub Sandhill Natural Area Preserve Enhancement This preserve features low sandhills that support the remnants of a fire-maintained natural community. Five plant species that are extremely rare in Virginia inhabit the site, two of which have been found nowhere else in the state. To top threats to the on-going viability of these rare species and their habitat are invasive species and lack of fire. Accordingly, prescribed fire is a primary tool for enhancing and maintaining these rare and fire-maintained communities. Forest / Woodland 25.00 0.00
Chub Sandhill Natural Area Preserve Restoration / Re‑establishment Chub Sandhill Natural Area Preserve features low sandhills that support the remnants of a fire-maintained natural community. Five plant species that are extremely rare in Virginia inhabit the site, two of which have been found nowhere else in the state. To top threats to the on-going viability of these rare species and their habitat are invasive species and lack of fire. Accordingly, Ailanthus altissima and lespedeza were treated along the access corridors of the preserve to maintain and enhance habitat quality. Forest / Woodland 3.00 0.00
Chub Sandhill Natural Area Preserve Restoration / Re‑establishment This preserve features low sandhills that support the remnants of a fire-maintained natural community. Five plant species that are extremely rare in Virginia inhabit the site, two of which have been found nowhere else in the state. To top threats to the on-going viability of these rare species and their habitat are invasive species and lack of fire. Accordingly, Aligustrum, Lonicera japonica and lespedeza were treated along the access corridors of the preserve to maintain and enhance habitat quality. Forest / Woodland 1.00 0.00
Chub Sandhill Natural Area Preserve Restoration / Re‑establishment This preserve features low sandhills that support the remnants of a fire-maintained natural community. Five plant species that are extremely rare in Virginia inhabit the site, two of which have been found nowhere else in the state. To top threats to the on-going viability of these rare species and their habitat are invasive species and lack of fire. Accordingly, Ailanthus altissima, euphorbia cyperissias and lespedeza were treated along the access corridors of the preserve to maintain and enhance habitat quality. Forest / Woodland 1.00 0.00
Conoconnara Swamp Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 3,867.00 6.63
Craven-CP33 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to provide food and cover for quail and upland birds in cropland areas. Secondary benefits may include reducing soil erosion from wind and water, increasing soil and water quality, protecting and enhancing the on-farm ecosystem. This practice is applied around the field edges of eligible cropland that is suitably located and adaptable to the establishment of wildlife habitat, for primarily quail and upland bird species. Upland habitat buffers are allowed to re-vegetate by natural herbaceous successsion and/or will be established to adapted species of native, warm-season grass, legumes, wildflowers, forbs and limited shrub and tree plantings. Agricultural Land 51.70 0.00
Cypress Swamp Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 1,339.00 5.53
Dendron Swamp Natural Area Preserve Enhancement Dendron Swamp along the Blackwater River supports Virginia's finest bald cypress - tupelo swamps. Canopy trees are consistently over 30 meters tall for a distance of two miles along the Blackwater River. The cypress-tupelo swamp shows only occasional signs of disturbance from logging. Some of the larger cypress trees are 180 to 200 cm in diameter and are estimated to be at least 600 years old. Phragmites is an exotic invasive species that degrades the aquatic habitat and it being controlled on the preserve. Freshwater Marsh 1.00 0.00
Durham-CP1 Establishment Establishment of permanent grasses and legumes to provide environmental benefit and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 3.00 0.00
Durham-CP10 Protection / Maintenance This program enrolls already established grass cover to provide environmental benefits and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 217.50 0.00
Edgecombe-CP33 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to provide food and cover for quail and upland birds in cropland areas. Secondary benefits may include reducing soil erosion from wind and water, increasing soil and water quality, protecting and enhancing the on-farm ecosystem. This practice is applied around the field edges of eligible cropland that is suitably located and adaptable to the establishment of wildlife habitat, for primarily quail and upland bird species. Upland habitat buffers are allowed to re-vegetate by natural herbaceous successsion and/or will be established to adapted species of native, warm-season grass, legumes, wildflowers, forbs and limited shrub and tree plantings. Agricultural Land 50.10 0.00
False Cape State Park / Natural Area Preserve Enhancement The area known as False Cape lies just north of the Virginia-North Carolina line and occupies one of the most pristine stretches of coastal habitat in the mid-Atlantic region. This one-by-six mile strip of land between the Atlantic Ocean and Back Bay is remote, largely undeveloped, encompasses a variety of wetland and upland habitats, and thus is a treasure of biological diversity. Maritime forest, interdunal wetlands, swamp forest and Back Bay marshes are just a few of the significant community types represented here. Also, because False Cape is near the northern limit for many southern species, it is home to many state-rare plants and animals. In all, more than two-dozen rare species have been found here. The preserve also draws an abundance of songbirds, waterfowl, and shorebirds - especially during the fall and spring migrations. Phragmites is an exotic invasive species that degrades the aquatic habitat and it being controlled on the preserve through a combination of herbicide and prescribed fire. Tidal Wetland 65.00 0.00
False Cape State Park / Natural Area Preserve Enhancement The area known as False Cape lies just north of the Virginia-North Carolina line and occupies one of the most pristine stretches of coastal habitat in the mid-Atlantic region. This one-by-six mile strip of land between the Atlantic Ocean and Back Bay is remote, largely undeveloped, encompasses a variety of wetland and upland habitats, and thus is a treasure of biological diversity. Maritime forest, interdunal wetlands, swamp forest and Back Bay marshes are just a few of the significant community types represented here. Also, because False Cape is near the northern limit for many southern species, it is home to many state-rare plants and animals. In all, more than two-dozen rare species have been found here. The preserve also draws an abundance of songbirds, waterfowl, and shorebirds - especially during the fall and spring migrations. Phragmites is an exotic invasive species that degrades the aquatic habitat and it being controlled on the preserve through a combination of herbicide and prescribed fire. Tidal Wetland 200.00 0.00
False Cape State Park / Natural Area Preserve Enhancement The area known as False Cape lies just north of the Virginia-North Carolina line and occupies one of the most pristine stretches of coastal habitat in the mid-Atlantic region. This one-by-six mile strip of land between the Atlantic Ocean and Back Bay is remote, largely undeveloped, encompasses a variety of wetland and upland habitats, and thus is a treasure of biological diversity. Maritime forest, interdunal wetlands, swamp forest and Back Bay marshes are just a few of the significant community types represented here. Also, because False Cape is near the northern limit for many southern species, it is home to many state-rare plants and animals. In all, more than two-dozen rare species have been found here. The preserve also draws an abundance of songbirds, waterfowl, and shorebirds - especially during the fall and spring migrations. Phragmites is an exotic invasive species that degrades the aquatic habitat and it being controlled on the preserve through a combination of herbicide and prescribed fire. Tidal Wetland 69.00 0.00
False Cape State Park / Natural Area Preserve Enhancement The area known as False Cape lies just north of the Virginia-North Carolina line and occupies one of the most pristine stretches of coastal habitat in the mid-Atlantic region. This one-by-six mile strip of land between the Atlantic Ocean and Back Bay is remote, largely undeveloped, encompasses a variety of wetland and upland habitats, and thus is a treasure of biological diversity. Maritime forest, interdunal wetlands, swamp forest and Back Bay marshes are just a few of the significant community types represented here. Also, because False Cape is near the northern limit for many southern species, it is home to many state-rare plants and animals. In all, more than two-dozen rare species have been found here. The preserve also draws an abundance of songbirds, waterfowl, and shorebirds - especially during the fall and spring migrations. Phragmites is an exotic invasive species that degrades the aquatic habitat and it being controlled on the preserve through a combination of herbicide and prescribed fire. Tidal Wetland 53.00 0.00
Fishing Creek - White Oak N Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incorporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resources Commission Game Land Program. Other 2,004.82 15.60
Fishing Creek - White Oak S Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 349.53 4.96
Franklin-CP3 Establishment Trees planted in a timber stand to provide environmental benefit and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 135.80 0.00
Franklin-CP33 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to provide food and cover for quail and upland birds in cropland areas. Secondary benefits may include reducing soil erosion from wind and water, increasing soil and water quality, protecting and enhancing the on-farm ecosystem. This practice is applied around the field edges of eligible cropland that is suitably located and adaptable to the establishment of wildlife habitat, for primarily quail and upland bird species. Upland habitat buffers are allowed to re-vegetate by natural herbaceous successsion and/or will be established to adapted species of native, warm-season grass, legumes, wildflowers, forbs and limited shrub and tree plantings. Agricultural Land 56.30 0.00
Gates-CP33 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to provide food and cover for quail and upland birds in cropland areas. Secondary benefits may include reducing soil erosion from wind and water, increasing soil and water quality, protecting and enhancing the on-farm ecosystem. This practice is applied around the field edges of eligible cropland that is suitably located and adaptable to the establishment of wildlife habitat, for primarily quail and upland bird species. Upland habitat buffers are allowed to re-vegetate by natural herbaceous successsion and/or will be established to adapted species of native, warm-season grass, legumes, wildflowers, forbs and limited shrub and tree plantings. Agricultural Land 41.50 0.00
Goodfred Protection / Maintenance Permanent conservation easement (Hardwood forested riparian buffer under conservation easement) was donated by private landowner to protect timberland and riparian buffers in Edgecombe County, North Carolina. Forest / Woodland 142.79 0.92
Granville-CP2 Establishment Establishment of vegetative cover of native grasses to provide environmental benefit and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 8.30 0.00
Granville-CP22 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 21.20 0.00
Granville-CP3 Establishment Trees planted in a timber stand to provide environmental benefit and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 182.10 0.00
Greene-CP33 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to provide food and cover for quail and upland birds in cropland areas. Secondary benefits may include reducing soil erosion from wind and water, increasing soil and water quality, protecting and enhancing the on-farm ecosystem. This practice is applied around the field edges of eligible cropland that is suitably located and adaptable to the establishment of wildlife habitat, for primarily quail and upland bird species. Upland habitat buffers are allowed to re-vegetate by natural herbaceous successsion and/or will be established to adapted species of native, warm-season grass, legumes, wildflowers, forbs and limited shrub and tree plantings. Agricultural Land 12.50 0.00
Gupton, Doug Protection / Maintenance State acquired this tract along Shocco Creek, Franklin County, NC, for addition to the Shocco Creek Gamelands. It is a combination of hardwood forested riparian buffer and upland pine/hardwood forest Riparian 179.95 1.55
Halifax-CP3 Establishment Trees planted in a timber stand to provide environmental benefit and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 31.60 0.00
Halifax-CP33 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to provide food and cover for quail and upland birds in cropland areas. Secondary benefits may include reducing soil erosion from wind and water, increasing soil and water quality, protecting and enhancing the on-farm ecosystem. This practice is applied around the field edges of eligible cropland that is suitably located and adaptable to the establishment of wildlife habitat, for primarily quail and upland bird species. Upland habitat buffers are allowed to re-vegetate by natural herbaceous successsion and/or will be established to adapted species of native, warm-season grass, legumes, wildflowers, forbs and limited shrub and tree plantings. Agricultural Land 66.20 0.00
Halifax-CP8A Establishment The purpose of this practice is to convey runoff from terraces, diversions, or other water concentrations without causing erosion or flooding, to improve water quality, and to to provide environmental benefit and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 2.10 0.00
Hughes Farm Protection / Maintenance This was an easement donation of a mixed pine hardwoods/farmland in Craven County that was provided to the North Carolina Coastal Land Trust in December of 2007. Forest / Woodland 58.11 0.19
Hwy 258 Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 1,348.00 4.34
Iles Protection / Maintenance Permanent conservation easement was purchased via the USDA Farm & Ranchland Protection Program to protect working farm and riparian buffers in Halifax County, NC. Agricultural Land 193.00 1.44
Johnston Protection / Maintenance Permanent conservation easement was purchased to protect 300-ft stream buffer on Reedy Creek, Warren County, NC. Easement prohibits development, timber harvest, subdivision, agriculture, and roads. Riparian 64.55 1.83
Johnston-CP1 Establishment Establishment of permanent grasses and legumes to provide environmental benefit and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 12.30 0.00
Johnston-CP10 Protection / Maintenance This program enrolls already established grass cover to provide environmental benefit and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 0.60 0.00
Johnston-CP2 Establishment Establishment of vegetative cover of native grasses to provide environmental benefit and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 66.40 0.00
Johnston-CP22 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 33.90 0.00
Johnston-CP3 Establishment Trees planted in a timber stand to provide environmental benefit and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 107.10 0.00
Johnston-CP33 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to provide food and cover for quail and upland birds in cropland areas. Secondary benefits may include reducing soil erosion from wind and water, increasing soil and water quality, protecting and enhancing the on-farm ecosystem. This practice is applied around the field edges of eligible cropland that is suitably located and adaptable to the establishment of wildlife habitat, for primarily quail and upland bird species. Upland habitat buffers are allowed to re-vegetate by natural herbaceous successsion and/or will be established to adapted species of native, warm-season grass, legumes, wildflowers, forbs and limited shrub and tree plantings. Agricultural Land 1.60 0.00
Johnston-CP3A Establishment Hardwood trees planted in a timber stand to provide environmental benefits and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 54.30 0.00
Johson's Landing Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 1,753.00 3.25
Jones-CP22 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 16.40 0.00
Jones-CP33 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to provide food and cover for quail and upland birds in cropland areas. Secondary benefits may include reducing soil erosion from wind and water, increasing soil and water quality, protecting and enhancing the on-farm ecosystem. This practice is applied around the field edges of eligible cropland that is suitably located and adaptable to the establishment of wildlife habitat, for primarily quail and upland bird species. Upland habitat buffers are allowed to re-vegetate by natural herbaceous successsion and/or will be established to adapted species of native, warm-season grass, legumes, wildflowers, forbs and limited shrub and tree plantings. Agricultural Land 29.00 0.00
Little Fishing Crk - Odell Hrdwds Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 4,254.42 15.42
Little Shocco Creek 1 Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 161.05 0.69
Little Shocco Creek 2 Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 350.55 1.95
Lower Meherrin Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 3,310.00 17.75
Lower Shocco - Bluffs Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 454.53 2.56
Lower Shocco - Maple Branch Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 1,002.68 5.80
Lower Wiccacon Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 2,517.00 11.49
Marsuda Corp. Protection / Maintenance Permanent conservation easement was donated by landowner to protect timberland and riparian buffers in Franklin County, NC. Easement donation was done in conjunction with cleanup of an inactive poultry lagoon on the property. Riparian 31.29 0.20
MCAS Cherry Point/Boulia Protection / Maintenance Fee title acquisition of a loblolly/longleaf pine forest by the North Carolina Coastal Land Trust as a way of meeting stormwater and runoff controls in the city of Havelock, North Carolina. Forested Wetland 42.41 0.00
Middle Shocco Creek 2 Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 287.83 2.27
Miller, Davis #1 Protection / Maintenance This permanent conservation easement was donated by a landowner to protect agricultural land, water quality, open space, and wildlife habitat in Franklin County, North Carolina. Agricultural Land 31.40 0.00
Miller, Davis #2 Protection / Maintenance This permanent conservation easement was donated by a landowner to protect agricultural land, open space, water quality, and wildlife habitat in Franklin County, North Carolina. Agricultural Land 20.74 0.00
Morton, Jane Protection / Maintenance Permanent conservation easement was donated by the landowner to protect timberland, riparian buffers, water quality, open space, and wildlife habitat in Granville County, North Carolina. Forest / Woodland 330.83 0.48
Morton, Martha #1 Protection / Maintenance Permanent conservation easement was donated by landowner to protect timberland,riparian buffers, water quality, open space, and wildlife habitat in Granville County, North Carolina. Forest / Woodland 100.89 0.65
Morton, Martha #2 Protection / Maintenance Permanent conservation easement was donated by landowner to protect timberland, riparian buffers, wildlife habitat, water quality, and open space in Granville County, North Carolina Forest / Woodland 89.17 0.40
Mullen, Lucille Protection / Maintenance Permanent conservation easement was purchased to protect 300-ft stream buffer on Sandy Creek, Franklin County, NC. Easement prohibits development, timber harvest, subdivision, agriculture, and roads. Riparian 28.63 0.61
Nash-CP3 Establishment Trees planted in a timber stand to provide environmental benefit and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 10.20 0.00
Nash-CP33 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to provide food and cover for quail and upland birds in cropland areas. Secondary benefits may include reducing soil erosion from wind and water, increasing soil and water quality, protecting and enhancing the on-farm ecosystem. This practice is applied around the field edges of eligible cropland that is suitably located and adaptable to the establishment of wildlife habitat, for primarily quail and upland bird species. Upland habitat buffers are allowed to re-vegetate by natural herbaceous successsion and/or will be established to adapted species of native, warm-season grass, legumes, wildflowers, forbs and limited shrub and tree plantings. Agricultural Land 22.30 0.00
Nash-CP4D Establishment Permanent wildlife habitat, noneasement, on agricultural landto provide environmental benefit and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 1.40 0.00
Neuse-2003A-708 Establishment Design, permit and construct a 3-acre off-line stormwater wetland and greenway on Spring Branch. Wetland will treat stormwater runoff from a 640 acre watershed (22% impervious). Monitor water quality. Includes donation of permanent CE on wetland site. Other 4.00 0.00
Neuse-2004B-039 Protection / Maintenance Protect through fee simple purchase of 125 acres of riparian buffer to expand Umstead State Park and protect Big Lake and Sycamore Creek in Wake County in the Neuse River Basin. Riparian 125.00 0.00
Neuse-2004B-703 Establishment Design, permit and construct a stormwater wetland and bioretention area to treat and reuse runoff from 20 acres (50% impervious) as part of an environmental education center. Stormwater BMP areas will become part of an existing greenway. Other 20.00 0.00
Neuse-2005B-054 Protection / Maintenance Protect through fee simple purchase 25 riparian acres along Marks Creek in Wake County within the Neuse River Basin. Tract will eventually become part of a greenway trails system in the Triangle area. Riparian 25.00 0.00
Neuse - 2004B-030 Protection / Maintenance Protect through permanent conservation easements 130 acres along Upper Broad Creek, an anadromous fish spawning area. CWMTF funds to purchase easement on the 47 riparian acres. Tract is in close proximity to other conservation lands. Riparian 130.00 0.00
Newell Protection / Maintenance Permanent conservation easement was purchased via the USDA Farm & Ranchland Protection Program to protect working farm and riparian buffers in Warren County, NC. Agricultural Land 320.00 2.13
NOAA Pivers Island beach Enhancement Oyster culch added to marsh restoration site, and seeded with live oysters for establishment of oyster reefs. Overall goal of project is shoreline stabilization and habitat creation. Tidal Wetland 0.25 0.00
North Landing River Natural Area Preserve Restoration / Re‑establishment This is Virginia's largest natural area preserve. It is almost entirely comprised of wetland communities, five of which are rare in Virginia. Especially notable is the pocosin community, a habitat type that is fast disappearing from the southeastern United States. Pocosins are characterized by tangled masses of dense shrubs and vines with a scattered pond pine overstory. This unique wetland community and the forested swamps and freshwater tidal marshes of the lower North Landing River support at least 11 rare species of plants and animals. The area also provides important habitat for breeding and wintering waterfowl. Phragmites is an exotic invasive species that degrades the aquatic habitat and it being controlled on the preserve. Tidal Wetland 8.00 0.00
Northampton-CP33 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to provide food and cover for quail and upland birds in cropland areas. Secondary benefits may include reducing soil erosion from wind and water, increasing soil and water quality, protecting and enhancing the on-farm ecosystem. This practice is applied around the field edges of eligible cropland that is suitably located and adaptable to the establishment of wildlife habitat, for primarily quail and upland bird species. Upland habitat buffers are allowed to re-vegetate by natural herbaceous successsion and/or will be established to adapted species of native, warm-season grass, legumes, wildflowers, forbs and limited shrub and tree plantings. Agricultural Land 89.60 0.00
Northwest River Natural Area Preserve Enhancement The Northwest River Natural Area Preserve consist of mesic upland forest, swamps, and marshes of the Northwest River Natural Area Preserve line the lower reaches of the Northwest River in Chesapeake, Virginia. This preserve is home to rare species, such as the silky camellia, canebrake rattlesnake, Dismal Swamp southeastern shrew, Cypress knee sedge, dukes skipper, winged seedbox, and little grass frog. Phragmites is an exotic invasive species that degrades the aquatic habitat and it being controlled on the preserve. Tidal Wetland 5.00 0.00
Oakley Protection / Maintenance Permanent conservation easement was purchased to protect 300-ft stream buffer on Tar River, Granville County, NC. Easement prohibits development, timber harvest, subdivision, agriculture, and roads. Riparian 13.29 0.39
Odom Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 890.00 2.61
Pasquotank - 2003A-031 Protection / Maintenance Acquire through fee simple purchase 340 acres draining to the Little Alligator River. The tract contains areas of ditched cropland which will be restored when the tract becomes part of the adjoining Alligator River Game lands. Riparian 340.00 0.00
Pollocks Ferry Access Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 95.00 0.65
Pre-Construction Monitoring for the New American House: A LID Demo & Eval Project, EW07038 Restoration -
Rehabilitation
This project partners with the developer, New Southern Land Company, LLC / Szostak Design Inc., to build a 12 unit residential housing subdivision on Trailwood Drive, Raleigh, NC, using Low Impact Development (LID) principles and practices. This project will serve to collect runoff data during the pre- and during construction period. A paired watershed design will be employed to compare runoff and pollutant export from a LID and nearby conventionally-built subdivision. Rainfall and runoff will be monitored continuously and flow proportional sample will collected for analysis of nitrogen, phosphorus, and sediment. Statistical analyses will be conducted to quantify differences between sites. Riparian 11.50 0.00
Proposed Unique Wetland Designation by EMC - Beaufort #1 Protection / Maintenance In 1996 the North Carolina Environmental Management Commission adopted a supplemental wetland classification known as Unique Wetland for Class WL wetlands and Class SWL wetlands of exceptional state or national ecological significance, which has been based on the presence of a population of rare species or natural community. Wetlands that have been documented to the satisfaction of the Environmental Management Commission as habitat essential for the conservation of state or federally listed threatened or endangered species can be classified as Unique Wetlands. State wetland rules at 15A NCAC 2H .0500 allow impacts to Class UWL wetlands for proposed projects that meet a public need and requires mitigation as a method of maintaining existing uses. The amendments of DWQs 15A NCAC 2B regulations .0303, .0304, .0305, .0307, .0309, .0310, .0311, .0312, .0313, .0316, and .0317, will reclassify specific wetlands located within specific North Carolina river basins to Unique Wetlands in order to protect aquatic organisms and wildlife that are state or federally listed as endangered or threatened. Tidal Wetland 272.34 0.00
Proposed Unique Wetland Designation by EMC - Carteret County #1 Protection / Maintenance In 1996 the North Carolina Environmental Management Commission adopted a supplemental wetland classification known as Unique Wetland for Class WL wetlands and Class SWL wetlands of exceptional state or national ecological significance, which has been based on the presence of a population of rare species or natural community. Wetlands that have been documented to the satisfaction of the Environmental Management Commission as habitat essential for the conservation of state or federally listed threatened or endangered species can be classified as Unique Wetlands. State wetland rules at 15A NCAC 2H .0500 allow impacts to Class UWL wetlands for proposed projects that meet a public need and requires mitigation as a method of maintaining existing uses. The amendments of DWQs 15A NCAC 2B regulations .0303, .0304, .0305, .0307, .0309, .0310, .0311, .0312, .0313, .0316, and .0317, will reclassify specific wetlands located within specific North Carolina river basins to Unique Wetlands in order to protect aquatic organisms and wildlife that are state or federally listed as endangered or threatened Forested Wetland 196.35 0.00
Proposed Unique Wetland Designation by EMC - Cateret County #2 Protection / Maintenance In 1996 the North Carolina Environmental Management Commission adopted a supplemental wetland classification known as Unique Wetland for Class WL wetlands and Class SWL wetlands of exceptional state or national ecological significance, which has been based on the presence of a population of rare species or natural community. Wetlands that have been documented to the satisfaction of the Environmental Management Commission as habitat essential for the conservation of state or federally listed threatened or endangered species can be classified as Unique Wetlands. State wetland rules at 15A NCAC 2H .0500 allow impacts to Class UWL wetlands for proposed projects that meet a public need and requires mitigation as a method of maintaining existing uses. The amendments of DWQs 15A NCAC 2B regulations .0303, .0304, .0305, .0307, .0309, .0310, .0311, .0312, .0313, .0316, and .0317, will reclassify specific wetlands located within specific North Carolina river basins to Unique Wetlands in order to protect aquatic organisms and wildlife that are state or federally listed as endangered or threatened Other 5.25 0.00
Proposed Unique Wetland Designation by EMC - Washington County #1 Protection / Maintenance In 1996 the North Carolina Environmental Management Commission adopted a supplemental wetland classification known as Unique Wetland for Class WL wetlands and Class SWL wetlands of exceptional state or national ecological significance, which has been based on the presence of a population of rare species or natural community. Wetlands that have been documented to the satisfaction of the Environmental Management Commission as habitat essential for the conservation of state or federally listed threatened or endangered species can be classified as Unique Wetlands. State wetland rules at 15A NCAC 2H .0500 allow impacts to Class UWL wetlands for proposed projects that meet a public need and requires mitigation as a method of maintaining existing uses. The amendments of DWQs 15A NCAC 2B regulations .0303, .0304, .0305, .0307, .0309, .0310, .0311, .0312, .0313, .0316, and .0317, will reclassify specific wetlands located within specific North Carolina river basins to Unique Wetlands in order to protect aquatic organisms and wildlife that are state or federally listed as endangered or threatened Riparian 553.46 0.00
Proposed Unique Wetland Designation by EMC Dare County #1 Protection / Maintenance In 1996 the North Carolina Environmental Management Commission adopted a supplemental wetland classification known as Unique Wetland for Class WL wetlands and Class SWL wetlands of exceptional state or national ecological significance, which has been based on the presence of a population of rare species or natural community. Wetlands that have been documented to the satisfaction of the Environmental Management Commission as habitat essential for the conservation of state or federally listed threatened or endangered species can be classified as Unique Wetlands. State wetland rules at 15A NCAC 2H .0500 allow impacts to Class UWL wetlands for proposed projects that meet a public need and requires mitigation as a method of maintaining existing uses. The amendments of DWQs 15A NCAC 2B regulations .0303, .0304, .0305, .0307, .0309, .0310, .0311, .0312, .0313, .0316, and .0317, will reclassify specific wetlands located within specific North Carolina river basins to Unique Wetlands in order to protect aquatic organisms and wildlife that are state or federally listed as endangered or threatened Forested Wetland 185.00 0.00
PS Jones Wet and Wild Education Project Enhancement Wet and Wild created an outdoor classroom in and around a two-acre wet detention pond that had been constructed on the 88-acre tract of land on which P.S. Jones Middle School and John Small Elementary School were being built. Grant funds were used to design and construct a wheelchair-accessible observation platform and pier overlooking the detention pond to provide students and teachers with opportunities for scientific study, observation, and data collection. Grant funds were also used to purchase and introduce plants selected for their documented ability to uptake and/or degrade toxins in pond water. Pond 2.00 0.00
Red Mill Demonstration Project Establishment The completed project resulted in the establishment of an average 35 foot wide protected riparian buffer area at each of two project sites - one at the Red Mill elementary School and one at the Red Mill Neighborhood Park in Virginia Beach, VA. Plantings consisted of a mixture of container grown seedlings and bare root seedlings and whips. Project installation was completed in the spring of 2007. The project site is being used as an educational demonstration project to raise awareness about non-point source pollution. The sites include an oudoor classroom platform, educational signage, fact sheets, and pamphlets. Riparian 1.79 0.00
Roanoke - 2004B-042 Protection / Maintenance Protect through fee simple purchase 1,475 floodplain acres along the Cashie River in Bertie County and place them within the Bertie Game Lands Program. Riparian 1,475.00 0.00
Tar-Pamlico- 2005B-050 Protection / Maintenance Protect through purchase of a permanent conservation easement 70 riparian ac along Sandy Creek. Landowner to donate working farm and forestry easement on upland 128 acres. Tract is within the Nationally Significant Swift Creek Aquatic Habitat. Riparian 198.00 0.00
Tar-Pamlico-2003A-026 Protection / Maintenance Acquisition through fee simple purchase of 126 acres along Nevils Creek in Beaufort County, North Carolina from Weyerhaeuser within the Tar-Pamlico basin in North Carolina. Riparian 126.00 0.00
Tar-Pamlico-2005B-051 Protection / Maintenance Protect through purchase of a permanent conservation easement 75 riparian ac along Fox Creek, a State Significant Aquatic Habitat. Landowner donated conservation easement on upland 400 acres. Compliments nearby EEP projects. Riparian 475.00 0.00
Tar River/Pories Protection / Maintenance This project consisted of an easement acquisition of forested wetland comprised of bottomland hardwoods in Pitt County, North Carolina, provided to the North Carolina Coastal Land Trust. Forested Wetland 37.46 1.10
Taylor Family #5 (A.B. Tull Farm) Protection / Maintenance This permanent conservation easement was donated by the landowner to protect farmland, riparian buffers, water quality and wildlife habitat in Franklin County, North Carolina. Agricultural Land 298.70 1.29
Taylor Family #6 (Harris Farm) Protection / Maintenance This permanent conservation easement was donated by the landowner to protect farmland, riparian buffers, water quality and wildlife habitat in Franklin County, North Carolina. Agricultural Land 96.10 0.35
Taylor Family #7 (Freddie Farm) Protection / Maintenance This permanent conservation easement was donated by the landowner to protect farmland, riparian buffers, water quality and wildlife habitat in Franklin County, North Carolina. Agricultural Land 28.70 0.09
Taylor Family #8 (Pappas Farm) Protection / Maintenance This permanent conservation easement was donated by the landowner to protect farmland, riparian buffers, water quality and wildlife habitat in Franklin County, North Carolina. Agricultural Land 28.70 0.08
Tomlinson Protection / Maintenance Permanent conservation easement was purchased to protect 300-ft stream buffer on Little Shocco Creek, Franklin County, NC. Easement prohibits development, timber harvest, subdivision, agriculture, and roads. Riparian 77.95 1.01
Turnagain Bay/Henry Protection / Maintenance This project consisted of an easement acquisition of a loblolly / longleaf pine parcel of forested wetlands at Turnagain Bay / Henry in Carteret County, North Carolina by the North Carolina Coastal Land Trust. Forested Wetland 1,263.79 4.43
Tyrrell-CP22 Protection / Maintenance The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 13.00 0.00
Tyrrell-CP33 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to provide food and cover for quail and upland birds in cropland areas. Secondary benefits may include reducing soil erosion from wind and water, increasing soil and water quality, protecting and enhancing the on-farm ecosystem. This practice is applied around the field edges of eligible cropland that is suitably located and adaptable to the establishment of wildlife habitat, for primarily quail and upland bird species. Upland habitat buffers are allowed to re-vegetate by natural herbaceous successsion and/or will be established to adapted species of native, warm-season grass, legumes, wildflowers, forbs and limited shrub and tree plantings. Agricultural Land 68.30 0.00
Upper Chowan West Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 2,855.00 11.85
Upper Shocco Creek 1 Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 671.53 3.22
Upper Shocco Creek 2 Protection / Maintenance Fee simple acquisition to protect significant natural areas, wetlands, watersheds, and riparian buffers by removing the threat of development and incoprporating the tracts into the Wildlife Resouces Commission Game Land Program. Other 776.14 3.66
Vance-CP1 Establishment Establishment of permanent grasses and legumes to provide environmental benefit and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 24.00 0.00
Vance-CP22 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 23.70 0.00
Vance-CP3 Establishment Trees planted in a timber stand to provide environmental benefit and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 333.60 0.00
Wake-CP33 Establishment The purpose of this practice is to provide food and cover for quail and upland birds in cropland areas. Secondary benefits may include reducing soil erosion from wind and water, increasing soil and water quality, protecting and enhancing the on-farm ecosystem. This practice is applied around the field edges of eligible cropland that is suitably located and adaptable to the establishment of wildlife habitat, for primarily quail and upland bird species. Upland habitat buffers are allowed to re-vegetate by natural herbaceous successsion and/or will be established to adapted species of native, warm-season grass, legumes, wildflowers, forbs and limited shrub and tree plantings. Agricultural Land 7.30 0.00
Wayne-CP22 Establishment The purposes of this practice are to remove nutrients, sediment, organic matter, pesticides and other pollutants from surface runoff and subsurface flow by deposition, absorption, plant uptake, denitrification, and other processes and thereby reduce pollution and protect surface water and subsurface water quality while enhancing the ecosystem of the water body, to create shade to lower water temperature to improve habitat for aquatic organisms, and to provide a source of detritus and large woody debris for aquatic organisms and habitat for wildlife. Agricultural Land 43.40 0.00
Wayne-CP3A Establishment Hardwood trees planted in a timber stand to serve as habitat and to provide environmental benefit and wildlife habitat on agricultural land under the Conservation Reserve Program which requires 10-15 year easements. Agricultural Land 16.60 0.00
White Oak-2004B-031 Protection / Maintenance Protect through fee simple purchase 107 acres on Core Sound. Tract is adjacent to Outstanding Resource Waters and the Cape Lookout National Seashore on North Carolina's Outer Banks. Riparian 107.00 0.00
White Oak-2005B-025 Protection / Maintenance Protect through fee simple purchase 16.8 acres of Jones Island in the White Oak River estuary. Acreage may be donated to the Hammocks Beach State Park. CWMTF funds to purchase 6.56 acres in three tracts on the island and applicant to donate 10.24 acres. Riparian 17.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-1-004 Restoration / Re‑establishment Wetlands restoration: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 112.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-1-008 Restoration / Re‑establishment Wetlands restoration: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 282.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-2-006 Restoration / Re‑establishment Wetlands restoration: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 134.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-4-006 Protection / Maintenance Wetland easement: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 93.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-4-007 Protection / Maintenance Wetland easement: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 17.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-4-009 Protection / Maintenance Wetland easement: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 35.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-4-010 Protection / Maintenance Wetland easement: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 25.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-4-011 Protection / Maintenance Wetland easement: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 24.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-4-012 Protection / Maintenance Wetland easement: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 7.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-5-001 Protection / Maintenance Wetland easement: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 297.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-5-002 Protection / Maintenance Wetland easement: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 641.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-5-003 Protection / Maintenance Wetland easement: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 34.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-7-414 Restoration / Re‑establishment Wetlands restoration: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 90.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-8-006 Restoration / Re‑establishment Wetlands restoration: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 2,203.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-8-009 Restoration / Re‑establishment Wetlands restoration: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 329.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-9-002 Restoration / Re‑establishment Wetlands restoration: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 221.00 0.00
WRP 66-4532-9-007 Restoration / Re‑establishment Wetlands restoration: The WRP is a voluntary program offering landowners financial and technical assistance to restore, protect, and enhance wetlands and associated uplands through permanent easements, 30-year easements, and long-term restoration agreements. The program is designed to achieve maximum wetland functions and values while obtaining optimum wildlife habitat. Agricultural Land 100.00 0.00
Young, Helen Protection / Maintenance Permanent conservation easement was purchased to protect 300-ft stream buffer on Sandy Creek, Franklin County, North Carolina. Easement prohibits development, timber harvest, subdivision, agriculture, and roads. Riparian 71.73 1.62
Total 51,195.88 225.33

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