Hardwood Reforestation for Wetland Mitigation

March 26 - 27, 2002
NCSU McKimmon Center, Raleigh, NC

About the Instructors
Jim Gregory is a Professor of Forestry at NC State University and has over 25 years experience in teaching and research in watershed and wetlands hydrology and forest water management. Dr. Gregory has extensive experience in studying the hydrologic characteristics of different types of forested wetlands in the Southeastern Coastal Plain and is knowledgeable in the science of wetlands hydrology and wetlands soils. He is a Certified Professional Soil Scientist and Professional Wetland Scientist.
jim_gregory@ncsu.edu
919-515-7567

Doug Frederick is a Professor of Forestry at NC State University where he teaches and conducts research in forestry and wetland restoration and has been involved in several university-sponsored wetland mitigation projects in the Piedmont and Coastal Plain of NC and private mitigation banking projects in NC, NJ, VA, DE, TN, and WA.
doug_frederick@ncsu.edu
919-515-7788

Rick Hamilton is the Forestry Department Extension Leader at NC State University. Rick has 23 years experience assisting NC foresters and landowners with forest soils, forestation, and vegetation control.
rick_hamilton@ncsu.edu
919-515-5574

Chuck Davey is a Professor of Forestry at NC State University where he specializes in soil microbiology and tree nutrition. His past research has focused on the ecology of soil microorganisms in relation to soil-borne diseases of vegetables. Recently his research has dealt mostly with forest soils in nurseries, seed orchards, natural and plantation forests, and agroforestry systems.
chuck_davey@ncsu.edu
919-515-7787

Ken Roeder is a Principal Environmental Scientist with the Louis Berger Group, an Environmental Consulting Firm with offices in Cary, NC. He is also an Assistant Adjunct Professor at NC State University. Ken has over 23 years experience in environmental consulting with experience in NEPA, wetland restoration, and ecology. He is a Licensed Soil Scientist and Registered Forester.
kroeder@louisberger.com
919-467-3885 ex13

Case Studies
Case Study #1: Bogue Sound Saltmash Resoration Project
Presented by Doug Frederick

Case Study #2: Scuppernong River Corridor Forested Wetland
Mitigation Bank

Presented by Doug Frederick

Case Study #3: Wetland Restoration for the Delaware Department of Transportation
Presented by Ken Roeder

Case Study #4: The North Carolina Department of Transportation Compensatory Mitigation Program
The North Carolina Department of Transportation provides compensatory wetland and stream mitigation by three methods; (1) an in-house program, (2) payment into the North Carolina Wetlands Restoration Program, and (3), a Full Delivery Program. The in-house program is comprised of mitigation sites planned and constructed on properties acquired by the Department and constitutes the majority of our wetland mitigation acreage. In specified watersheds throughout the state, the Wetlands Restoration Program provides all of the Department's compensatory stream and wetland mitigation at a standard fee schedule. The Full Delivery Program consists of the acquisition of compensatory mitigation that is planned, designed, constructed, and monitored by a private firm on property acquired by that firm under contract to the Department. Selected case studies of mitigation sites from each of these methods will be reviewed.
Presented by David H. Schiller (Natural Systems Unit, North Carolina Department of Transportation, Raleigh, NC 27611; email: dschiller@dot.state.nc.us)

See the "Hardwood Reforestation for Wetland Mitigation" Brochure

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