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Ecosystem Investment Partners is a leading owner and operator of large-scale mitigation banks and performance-based contract delivery projects, with a portfolio of properties that is diversified by both geography and ecology. We have owned and operated 46 restoration projects since EIP began, spanning 12 states and 107,483 acres, and our national footprint continues to expand.

Restoration Bank Spotlight:

“Everything’s Coming Back to Life”

EIP’s North Fork Stream Mitigation Bank in southeastern Kentucky offers a compelling case study on our large-scale ecological restoration initiatives. By restoring more than 100,000 linear feet of intermittent and ephemeral streams according to high standards, we are generating over 48,000 mitigation credits—and delivering many other benefits to this Kentucky community.

Our Diversified Portfolio


These wetland mitigation banks have restored and protected over 1,100 acres of herbaceous and forested wetland habitat in the Tampa Bay area. Mitigation credits meet the significant need arising from the ongoing growth of the Upper Coastal Watershed of Pasco, Pinellas, Hernando and Citrus counties.


• Old Florida Mitigation Bank
• Upper Coastal Mitigation Bank

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Old Florida & Upper Coastal

Wetland Mitigation Banks

These wetland mitigation banks comprise nearly 900 acres of restored, reconnected and protected wetland habitat situated near important wetland and wildlife corridors, including some of the finest remaining examples of scrub habitat in the state. EIP’s work has generated a significant mitigation credit supply to meet the large offset needs of central Florida’s Bone Valley region.


• Peace River Mitigation Bank
• Boran Ranch Mitigation Bank
• Horse Creek Mitigation Bank

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Peace River & Boran Ranch

Wetland Mitigation Banks

These stream mitigation banks include over 30 linear miles of stream, with 15 miles under construction and 20 miles in permitting, in Breathitt, Elliott, Estill, Garrard, Lawrence, Marion and Nicholas Counties. EIP acquired these properties as some of the best stream restoration opportunities in Kentucky to meet credit demand stemming primarily from public transportation projects, mining activities and industrial land use impacts.


• Big Sandy Mitigation Bank
• Little Sandy Stream Mitigation Bank
• Rolling Fork Mitigation Bank
• Lower Kentucky Mitigation Bank
• Lower Licking Stream Mitigation bank
• North Fork Stream Mitigation Bank
• Spout Springs Mitigation Bank

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Stream Mitigation Banks

This wetland mitigation bank includes nearly 1,600 acres of restored longleaf pine savanna habitat and serves the need for its restoration in the Calcasieu, Beauregard, Allen and Jefferson Davis parishes in southwestern Louisiana. EIP restored this property from a monoculture pine plantation by re-grading the artificial landscape to restore the wetland hydrology, planting native longleaf pine to establish the pine savanna ecosystem, and implementing prescribed burns to restore natural ecosystem cycles to the property.

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Calcasieu Pine Savanna

Wetland Mitigation Bank

This wetland mitigation bank, which comprises the majority of the East Orleans Land Bridge in Orleans Parish, includes over 16,400 acres in one of the most strategically valuable locations for reducing ecological and storm risk to New Orleans and the Gulf Coast of Louisiana. EIP has restored 520 acres of coastal marshes on the property, generating significant mitigation credit while restoring the Gulf Coast and protecting nearby communities.

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Chef Menteur Pass

Wetland Mitigation Banks

EIP acquired a portfolio of successful wetland and stream mitigation banks from Delta Land Services in July, 2018. EIP is the owner and sponsor of the banks, and EIP will collaborate with Delta going forward: Delta will continue to maintain the banks and work with permittees and consultants to sell the credits. These banks encompass 6,800 acres of wetland restoration and 9 miles of stream restoration. Mitigation credits from these mitigation banks meet the needs of diverse development projects in the Gulf South, from roads to oil and gas to industrial development.



• Bayou Choupique Mitigation Bank
• Ponderosa Ranch Mitigation Bank I & II
• Moss Lake Mitigation Bank
• Bayou Fisher Mitigation Bank I & II
• Phillips Creek Mitigation Bank
• South Fork Coastal Mitigation Bank I & II
• Bayou Maringouin Mitigation Bank I & II
• Upper Atchafalaya Mitigation Bank (in permitting)


• Danza del Rio Mitigation Bank
• Graham Creek Mitigation Bank
• Halls Bayou Mitigation Bank (in permitting)
• Long Island Cove Mitigation Bank (in permitting)

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Gulf Coast Alliance

Wetland and Stream Mitigation Banks

These wetland mitigation banks are restoring over 25,000 acres of wet prairie, tamarack swamp, emergent marsh, and bog habitats in St. Louis, Aitkin, and Itasca counties. EIP is restoring 36 square miles of the historic Sax-Zim Bog, a globally popular birding destination that had been cleared and ditched in the early 20th century. Mitigation credits meet significant need from the state of Minnesota and the development of the Mesabi Iron Range.


• Mississippi Mitigation Bank I
• Mississippi Mitigation Bank II
• Lake Superior Mitigation Bank

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Mississippi & Superior

Wetland Mitigation Banks

This stream and wetland mitigation bank has restored nearly 11,000 feet of degraded streams and 260 acres of valley wetlands near the famed Blackfoot River. Credits meet the restoration needs of western Montana in the Upper Clark Fork, Flint-Rock, Bitterrott and Blackfoot drainages. Our work has resulted in a high-quality mosaic of wet meadow, emergent, and scrub-shrub habitats. Re-channelization of the stream has restored delivery of clean, cold water to the Blackfoot River by way of Nevada Creek.

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Upper Clark Fork

Stream & Wetland Mitigation Banks

These stream mitigation banks will include 24 miles of restored, reconnected and protected stream and riparian habitat in Harrison county, OH. EIP identified these properties as some of the best stream restoration opportunities in eastern Ohio, to meet credit demand stemming primarily from public transportation projects, mining activities and industrial land use impacts.


• Tuscarawas Mitigation Bank
• Upper Ohio Mitigation Bank

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Stream Mitigation Banks

The stream and mitigation banks have restored 50 linear miles of stream and have 65 more miles in permitting in Harrison, Logan, Mason, McDowell, Ritchie and Wetzel Counties, WV. EIP acquired these properties as 8 of the best stream restoration opportunities in West Virginia to meet credit demand from diverse sources—including road construction, mining and public infrastructure development.


• Copperas Mitigation Bank
• Lower Dempsey Stream Mitigation Bank
• Marytown Stream Mitigation Bank
• Crow Run Mitigation Bank
• Brushy Fork Mitigation Bank
• Oxbow Mitigation Bank
• Kanawha-Yeager Fork Mitigation Bank
• Kanawha-Sapsucker Run Mitigation Bank

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West Virginia

Stream Mitigation Banks

This wetland and species mitigation bank has restored and protected over 1,000 acres of wetlands within the Great Dismal Swamp in the city of Chesapeake, Virginia. The property was originally part of a 500,000+ acre wetland ecosystem that was repeatedly logged, ditched, drained and cultivated over the past 300 years. EIP restored the natural hydrology of the property, reintroduced native species and managed the ongoing well-being of the site. EIP exited this investment in 2016.


Dover Farm

Wetland Mitigation Bank

This wetland mitigation bank has restored over 2,700 acres of longleaf pine savanna habitat to serve the need for mitigation in the St. Tammany, Washington and Tangipahoa parishes of southeastern Louisiana. EIP restored this property from a monoculture pine plantation by removing invasive species, planting longleaf pine and implementing a prescribed fire regime. EIP exited this investment in 2017.


Mossy Hill

Wetland Mitigation Bank
Note: Mitigation banks may include multiple projects.


This 18 mile stream restoration targets water quality improvements in Little Elk Creek, Little Northeast Creek and a tributary to Principio Creek. EIP is restoring these streams under performance based contracts and will demonstrate actual reductions in nitrogen and phosphorus. These reductions will help improve water quality in the Chesapeake Bay, helping reach the goal of clear water, free of impacts of toxic contaminants and healthy oxygen levels.

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Cecil County

Water Quality Improvement Restoration

EIP is restoring 3,200 acres of intertidal, subtidal and seasonal floodplain within the Sacramento-san Joaquin Delta in Solano County, California. These created, restored and connected tidal channels will provide critical habitat and food web support for important species such as Delta smelt, longfin smelt, winter-run and spring-run salmon, and Central Valley steelhead. Additionally, this restoration will create between 40,000 and 50,000 acre-feet of flood storage capacity within the Delta.

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Lookout Slough

Wetland Performance Bank

Explore Our Properties

Our investments are strategically located in regions that must manage significant environmental impacts, and our capacity to develop new restoration projects and mitigation banks to meet large demand is unique. Find out more about the projects across the country.

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