20th Anniversary Edition of Trout Headwaters RECENT WORK Released

RECENT WORK | By Trout Headwaters, Inc. | Blurb Trout Headwaters has recently released an anniversary edition of its Recent Work, featuring stream, wetland and habitat restoration projects across the United States.  Hundreds of photos, as well as quotes on nature and the environment are assembled in this concise volume…

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Independence Day for the Penobscot River

Nok-Noi Ricker of the Bangor Daily News reports that removal of dams near Old Town Maine as part of the Penobscot River Restoration Project has had an added benefit for those who like whitewater. Quoting Scott Phillips, chair of the upcoming Penobscot River Whitewater Nationals Regatta, “It’s got some challenging…

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Sprague Elected to Lead National Mitigation Banking Association

Michael Sprague of Trout Headwaters, Inc. was recently elected President of the National Mitigation Banking Association’s (NMBA) board of directors at the association’s annual meeting and conference held in Orlando, Florida. The 15-member board is made up of environmental professionals from across the U.S. working to support and enable stream,…

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Mitigation Banking Basics via Investopedia

Investopedia explores mitigation banking in a smart, concise piece about the system of credits and debits devised to ensure that ecological loss to wetlands, streams and species is compensated for by the restoration and preservation of wetlands, streams and natural habitats, in other areas so that there is no net loss to the environment. To mitigate means…

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Restoration and Mitigation Services – Since 1995

A “Johnny Willowseed” Approach In 1995, Trout Headwaters, Inc (THI) was founded to provide service to private, non-profit, and government clients.  At a time when only a handful of private entities across the U.S. were providing stream, wetland, or habitat restoration services, the company quickly became a recognized leader in “soft”…

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Trout Headwaters Is Proud to Honor National Service

Trout Headwaters (THI) is proud to recognize the honorees of this year’s National Service Awards.  THI’s Lisa Marr (shown here with WisCorps’s Matt Brantner Willie Bittner) and Luke Frazza joined hundreds of distinguished guests for an evening of salute during the 12th Annual Friends of National Service Awards tonight in Washington.  Luke Frazza…

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Restoration Trainings Reach Critical Benchmark

A packed house attended today’s Waders in the Water aquatic restoration workshop at The Corps Network’s annual conference in Washington. The standing room only crowd got an update from Trout Headwaters, Inc (THI) President Mike Sprague on the one-year anniversary of the launch of the nationwide youth conservation corps green…

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National Mitigation & Ecosystem Conference – Call for Presentations

Building on this year’s success, the National Mitigation & Ecosystem Banking Conference is moving into its 18th year with a refreshing focus on improved content and moderated exchanges. This year’s National Conference (in Orlando) is currently seeking cohesive panel presentations and individual presentations that offer timely and new information. Deadline…

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State of the Markets – Latest Mitigation Industry Report

Trout Headwaters, in conjunction with the National Mitigation Banking Association is pleased to release its annual “State of the Markets” Report for 2014 showing trends in Wetland Mitigation Banking over the period from 2000-2013 with updated data provided by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.  This concise report is available…

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Public-Private Partnership to Certify Youth Corps

The Bay Journal writes: “Beyond political will or ecological know-how, restoring the Chesapeake Bay and other impaired waters across the country requires a good deal of manpower.”  It will take ‘waders in the water,’ to physically return rivers, streams and wetlands to a more natural state.” “It’s work that Trout…

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