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Big Cypress Mitigation Bank

Big Cypress Mitigation Bank offers compensatory mitigation for wetland impacts in the South Florida West Collier, East Collier, and Estero Bay Basins. The bank provides state and federal freshwater forested and herbaceous WRAP credits permitted by the South Florida Water Management District and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Composed of two parallel properties encompassing 2,600 acres north of the Big Cypress Preserve in Hendry County, the bank also offers Panther Habitat Units deemed regionally significant and crucial habitat for the Florida Panther.

Contact:
Kasey Carrere – Mitigation Bank Program Manager
Email: kcarrere@res.us
Phone: 561.762.2334

Lynn Zenzack – Credit Sales
Email: lzmitigation@gmail.com
Phone: 239.633.8775


Bluefield Ranch Mitigation Bank

Designed, restored and managed at an ecosystem or landscape level, BRMB has become one of Florida’s most ecologically-diverse banks, with a 2,695-acre ecosystem featuring 20 native plant communities (2,545-acres of 14 wetland types and 150 acres of 6 upland types). Sitting astride a “South Florida continental divide”, approximately 60% of the bank is part of the Greater Everglades Ecosystem/Watershed and the rest of the bank is part of the St. Lucie River-Eastern Flatwoods/Indian River Lagoon Ecosystem/Watershed. BRMB’s Perpetual Adaptive Management Program, executed entirely in-house, features an industry-leading Fire Ecology Plan which insures that all of the bank’s acreage experiences the numerous optimal benefits of prescribed burning while the Program’s Exotic Plant and Animal Control Plan, Climate Change Adaptive Response Plan, Listed Species Management Plan and Native Wildlife Comprehensive Plan insures that all of the bank’s ecosystem services and structures continue to prosper in perpetuity. Also, BRMB is also home to one of the State’s most important Seminole Wars Historic Sites – Fort Van Swearingen – which is protected by the Bank’s Historic Preservation Plan.

Providing an abundant quantity of state and federal credits, along with listed species mitigation (Wood Stork, Caracara and other species on a case-by-case basis) for development impacts in in St. Lucie, Martin, Okeechobee and Indian River Counties.

For more information click https://www.bluefieldranch.com/index.htm.

Contact:
David McIntosh
Email: Dave@BluefieldRanch.com
Phone: 561.355.5900


Big Bullfrog Creek Mitigation Bank

The Big Bullfrog Creek Mitigation Bank is a 175.09-acre conservation area in the process of being established to provide compensatory mitigation for wetland impacts located in the Tampa Bay basin. The Bank consists of mixed wetland hardwoods, wet flatwoods, and upland pine flatwoods along the banks of Big Bullfrog Creek. The Bank has been degraded by ditching and runoff from adjacent row crops, cattle grazing, clearing for pasture, selective pine tree logging, exotic species invasion, and prolonged fire suppression, resulting in significantly degraded wetland habitats. The restoration of the Bank will consist of backfilling ditches, treatment of agricultural runoff, creation of new wetlands, oak tree thinning, exotic species eradication, supplemental planting, and reintroduction of prescribed fire to restore all the wetland and upland buffer habitats to their optimal condition.

The Big Bullfrog Creek Mitigation Bank will have palustrine forested credits available approved by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps). The Big Bullfrog Creek Mitigation Bank will also have freshwater forested credits available approved by the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD).

Contact:
Pamela Harris
Email: pharris@greensourceep.com
Phone: 813.765.6846


Bullfrog Bay Mitigation Bank

Bullfrog Bay Mitigation Bay, located in Polk County, Florida, sits on 400+ acres of wetlands within the southern region of the Reedy Creek Drainage Basin, in the Kissimmee River Watershed (HUC 03090101). Situated in the South Orlando Disney area, the Bullfrog Bay Mitigation Bank site is surrounded by the Disney Wilderness Preserve (DWP) as well as South Florida Water Management District preserve lands. Credits from Bullfrog Bay Mitigation Bank are approved by the South Florida Water Management District to satisfy compliance under the Environmental Resource Permit (ERP) Program. Currently, State Herbaceous and Forested UMAM Credits are available from the Bullfrog Bay Mitigation Bank.

Contact:
Natalie Burns
Email: natalie@ecosystempartners.com
Phone: 667.400.5918

Joe Williams
Email: joe@ecosystempartners.com
Phone: 410.982.0240

Website: https://ecosystempartners.com/projects/bullfrog-bay


Emeralda Mitigation Bank

The 348.73-acre Emeralda Mitigation Bank is located on the north shore of Emeralda Island in Lake County and can provide compensation for State Wetland impacts to herbaceous and forested freshwater wetlands located in the Southern Ocklawaha River Hydrologic Basin (SJRWMD Basin #12).

Historically, the site was used for agriculture and cattle management.  Southern States Land & Timber LLC plans to enhance the function of the land by eliminating agricultural and tree harvesting activities and providing appropriate management activities, including the replanting of native pines, eliminating invasive exotic vegetation, and implementation of a prescribed burn plan.

To purchase or reserve credits from our new Emeralda Mitigation Bank or any of our operating mitigation banks, please contact:

Contact:
Russell Walters
Email: russell@jmbcompanies.com
Phone: 337.522.7207

Stephanie Clement
Email: stephanie@jmbcompanies.com
Phone: 337.522.7207



Everglades Mitigation Bank

The Everglades Mitigation Bank is owned and operated by Florida Power & Light Company. The bank is over 13,000 acres of historic eastern Everglades in southern Miami-Dade County and is strategically located between two national parks. The bank has both state and federal credits that offset impacts to freshwater herbaceous, freshwater forested and coastal saltwater wetlands. The service area includes Miami-Dade, Broward and part of Palm Beach County. State saltwater credits are also accepted in Monroe County.

Contact:
Joe Sicbaldi
Email: joseph.sicbaldi@fpl.com
Phone: 561.694.6388

Website:  https://www.fpl.com/evergladesmitigation


Farmton Mitigation Bank

Miami Corporation owns and operates the 23,000-acre Farmton Mitigation Bank (FMB) in Volusia and Brevard Counties, Florida.  FMB was permitted in 2000 by both the St. Johns River Water Management District and the US Army Corp of Engineers.  FMB’s state service area includes Basin 17 (Halifax River), Basin 18 (St. Johns River (Canaveral Marshes to Wekiva)), Basin 19 (Econolockhatchee River Nested), Basin 23 (Lake Jesup) and parts of Basins 14, 16, and 20.  FMB’s federal service area includes all or significant portions of the freshwater Upper, Middle and Lower St. Johns River Basins, Lake George Basin and the Northern Coastal Basin.

Contact:
Helen Hutchens
Email: hhutchens@miami-corp.com
Phone 312.644.6720


Highlands Ranch Mitigation Bank

Highlands Ranch Mitigation Bank offers compensatory mitigation for wetland impacts in the Northern St Johns River and Northern Coastal Basin 4. The bank satisfies both state and federal freshwater forested UMAM credits permitted by the St. Johns River Water Management District and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Encompassing 1,576 acres in Clay County, Highlands Ranch Mitigation Bank is an exemplary example of pine plantation restored into mesic flatwoods and sandhill communities with isolated and contiguous wetlands of enhanced mixed forested wetland and bay swamp within the Ocala to Osceola Greenway. Substantial upland habitat within the bank also serves as a Gopher Tortoise recipient site approved by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

Contact:
Kasey Carrere – Mitigation Bank Program Manager
Email: kcarrere@res.us
Phone 561.762.2334

Desmond Duke – Credit Sales
Email: dduke@ecoresolve.com
Phone 239.530.8044


Horse Creek Mitigation Bank

The Horse Creek Mitigation Bank is a 402-acre wetland restoration project located in Desoto County, Florida. Together with Peace River and Boran Ranch Mitigation Banks, the Horse Creek Mitigation Banks provides state and federally approved freshwater forested and non-forested wetland credits throughout the Peace River subbasin ( HUC 03100101).

Contact:
Wade Waltimyer
Email: wwaltimyer@earthbalance.com
Phone: 941.628.6517

Website: https://ecosystempartners.com/project/horse-creek/


Lake Istokpoga Mitigation Bank

The proposed Lake Istokpoga Mitigation Bank is a 387-acre wetland restoration project located in Highlands County within the Lake Wales Ridge. Once approved, Lake Istokpoga Mitigation Banks will provide state and federal freshwater forested and non-forested wetland credits within the Lake Arbuckle, South Kissimmee, North Kissimmee, Middle Kissimmee, and Fisheating Creek drainage basins in SWFWMD and Kissimmee River basin in SWFWMD (HUC 03090101).

Contact:
Stephanie Clement
Email: stephanie@jmbcompanies.com
Phone: 337.522.7206

Russell Walters
Email: russell@jmbcompanies.com
Phone: 337.522.7207



Lake Swamp Mitigation Bank

The 1,891-acre Lake Swamp Mitigation Bank, operated by Lake Swamp, LLC, is located in Flagler and Volusia Counties, Florida.  It is a UMAM-permitted bank that is in good standing with the St. Johns River Water Management District and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Habitat restoration, enhancement and preservation provided by Lake Swamp are used as the basis for establishing credits to offset wetland impact. The Bank is named after the most significant on-site water resource. The wetland system associated with this regionally significant mitigation bank extends into Groover Branch, a small creek that widens into a waterway leading to the Little Tomoka River.

The bank provides forested freshwater wetland mitigation credits in SJRWMD Basin 17 (Halifax River), which encompasses portions of Flagler and Volusia Counties. The federal service area extends farther north and includes most of St. Johns County.

For more information click here.

Contact:
Clint Smith
Email: clintfsmith@aol.com
Phone: 386.931.4496


Lake Wales Ridge Conservation Bank

The Lake Wales Ridge Conservation Bank is a 363.5 acre conservation area established to provide compensatory mitigation for the federally threatened sand skink and blue-tailed mole skink (skinks) located on the Lake Wales Ridge. The Bank consists of scrub, sandhill, and scrubby flatwoods habitats interspersed with freshwater marshes and wet prairies. The Lake Wales Ridge Conservation Bank has sand skink and blue-tailed mole skink (skink) credits approved by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The Bank will have Service-approved Florida scrub-jay credits. In addition, the Bank will soon be approved by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission as a Gopher Tortoise recipient site.

Contact:
Pamela Harris
Email: pharris@greensourceep.com
Phone: 813.765.6846


Mangrove Point Mitigation Bank

Mangrove Point Mitigation Bank is a premier estuarine restoration project that is the missing piece of a nearly 8,000-acre conservation complex of land located in the middle of Tampa Bay.  Southern States Land & Timber is restoring the 469-acre disturbed site back to its highly valuable natural state of mangrove forest, saltern, and other associated habitat, enabling the site to be an important contributor to the greater ecosystem of the eastern Tampa Bay shoreline tidal community integrated with the adjacent E.G. Simmons Park, the Wolf Branch Park, and other conservation lands.

Mangrove Point Mitigation Bank provides Saltwater Forested and Saltwater Herbaceous Credits as a preferred solution for estuarine wetland impacts that approved through State and Federal permits within the Tampa Bay Watershed.

Contact:
Stephanie Clement
Email: stephanie@jmbcompanies.com
Phone: 337.522.7206

Russell Walters
Email: russell@jmbcompanies.com
Phone: 337.522.7207


Missing Link Mitigation Bank

The Missing Link Mitigation Bank is a 418.50 acre conservation area in the process of being established to provide compensatory mitigation for wetland impacts located in the Southern Ocklawaha River and Palatlakaha River (Nested) basin. The Bank consists of mixed wetland hardwoods, cypress domes and strands, wet prairies, wet flatwoods, and upland pine flatwoods.
The Missing Link Mitigation Bank will have palustrine forested and palustrine emergent credits available approved by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps). The Missing Link Mitigation Bank will also have freshwater forested and freshwater herbaceous credits available approved by the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) and the St. John’s River Water Management District (SJRWMD).

Contact:
Pamela Harris-Credit Sales
Email: pharris@greensourceep.com
Phone: 813.765.6846



Myakka Mitigation Bank
2579 N. Toledo Blade Boulevard, North Port, FL 34289
Contact:
Don Ross Email: dross@earthbalance.com
Phone: 941.426.7878
Website: http://www.earthbalance.com



NeoVerde Basin 21 Mitigation Bank

The NeoVerde Mitigation Bank is owned and operated by EcoLandCo, a private investment firm formed by a group of families with strong ties to Florida’s history and its landscapes that are passionate about investing and restoring environmentally strategic land in the state of Florida. The project is approximately 1,300 acres and is located in south Volusia County, Florida. Permitted with both the St. Johns River Water Management District and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the project provides State and Federal freshwater herbaceous and forested wetland mitigation credits in the Northern Indian River Lagoon (Basin 21).

Contact:
Deryck Harmer
Email: dharmer@ecolandco.com
Phone: 407-399-8245
Website: http://www.ecolandco.com



Old Florida Mitigation Bank

The Old Florida Mitigation Bank is a 1,093 acre wetland restoration project located in Pasco County, Florida where an old pasture was restored by filling a large drainage ditch, introducing controlled fires, and reestablishing native wetland plants. Together with the Upper Coastal Mitigation Bank, the Old Florida Mitigation Bank provides state and federally approved freshwater forested and non-forested wetland credits throughout the Crystal-Pithlachascotee subbasin ( HUC 03100207).

Contact:
Joe Williams
Email: joe@ecosystempartners.com
Phone: 410.982.0240

Website: https://ecosystempartners.com/project/old-florida/


Panther Island Mitigation Bank

Panther Island Mitigation Bank is one of the premier wetland restoration projects in Southwest Florida. The fully restored Panther Island lands will be preserved in perpetuity through a conservation easement and a long-term stewardship trust fund which will be managed by Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary and owned by The National Audubon Society. Located contiguous with portions of the Corkscrew Regional Eco-System Watershed (CREW) and Save Our Rivers (SOR) lands, Panther Island provides significant regional wetland restoration enhancement, benefiting both freshwater wetland systems and wildlife habitat in the CREW lands. The total Mitigation Bank site is 4,471 acres; and when completed will have generated a total of 1,521 mitigation credits for the work done on the restoration, enhancement, preservation and perpetual management of the entire bank site.

Panther Island offers freshwater forested and herbaceous wetland credits along with listed species mitigation (Wood Stork, Florida Panther and other species) for development impacts in in Lee, Collier and Hendry Counties. The Mitigation Service Area for Panther Island is primarily contained within the SFWMD’s Estero Bay, East Collier, and West Collier Basins.

For more information click: www.wetlandsbank.com

Contact:
Desmond Duke – Credit Sales
Email: dduke@ecoresolve.com
Phone: 239.530.8044

Robert Miller – Authorized Agent
Email: rmiller@wetlandsbank.com
Phone: 954.642.2463



Peace River Mitigation Bank

The Peace River Mitigation Bank is a 487 acre mitigation bank in Hardee County, Florida and is known for its picturesque scenery of the Peace River surrounded by beautiful trees. Together with the Boran Ranch Mitigation Bank, the Peace River Mitigation Bank provides state and federally approved freshwater forested and non-forested wetland credits throughout the Peace River subbasin (HUC 03100101).

Contact:
Wade Waltimyer
Email: wwaltimyer@earthbalance.com
Phone: 941.628.6517

Website: https://ecosystempartners.com/project/peace-river/


Pensacola Bay Mitigation Bank

Westervelt Ecological Services, LLC owns and operates the 1,188-acre Pensacola Bay Mitigation Bank in Santa Rosa County, Florida.  The bank provides wetland mitigation credits in Escambia, Santa Rosa, and Okaloosa Counties. The service area is centered on the Pensacola Bay watershed and encompasses extreme southern portions of the Escambia River and Blackwater River watersheds. The bank was approved in 2011 and is in good standing with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

For more information click here.

Contact:
Kelly Sands
Email: ksands@westervelt.com
Phone: 850.661.4292

John Wigginton
Email: jwigginton@westervelt.com
Phone: 334.821.1999

Website: http://www.wesmitigation.com


Reedy Creek Mitigation Bank

The Reedy Creek Mitigation Bank was one of the first mitigation banks permitted in Florida in the 1990’s. The mitigation bank is 3,520 acres of preserved and restored land, located near Disney World. The mitigation bank provides state and federal credits within the Reedy Creek, Shingle Creek, Boggy Creek, Lake Hart, E. Lake Toho, etc… which are within the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD). Mitigation Bank credits are available to offset unavoidable wetland impacts. Restoration activities of the land include the installation of low water crossings, culverts and the cessation of logging activities on the property to encourage water flow and put the land back to its natural state.

Contact:
Victoria Colangelo
Email: victoria@mitigationbankinginc.com
Phone: 407.808.2222

Website: https://mitigationbankinginc.com/reedy-creek-mitigation-bank/


St. Marks Mitigation Bank

Westervelt Ecological Services, LLC owns and operates the 1,450-acre St. Marks Mitigation Bank. The bank provides wetland mitigation credits in the St. Marks River basin, which includes Jefferson, Leon, and Wakulla Counties. The bank was approved in 2011 and is in good standing with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

For more information click here.

Contact:
Kelly Sands
Email: ksands@westervelt.com
Phone: 850.661.4292

John Wigginton
Email: jwigginton@westervelt.com
Phone: 334.821.1999

Website: https://www.wesmitigation.com



Tampa Bay Mitigation Bank

Tampa Bay Mitigation, LLC owns and operates the Tampa Bay Mitigation Bank on a tract of land in Hillsborough County, Florida that consists of 161 acres. Our bank sells estuarine and freshwater wetland credits in all or parts of these counties: Hillsborough, Manatee, Pinellas, and Pasco. We provide wetlands mitigation credits for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Southwest Florida Water Management District, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, and Hillsborough County Environmental Protection Commission. Service area consists of the Tampa Bay Basin and surrounding areas and includes Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Brandon, and Bradenton.

Contact:
Jamie Scarola
Email: js@tampabaymitigationbank.com
Phone: 813.641.3909

Beverly Birkitt
Email: bbirkitt@birkitt.com
Phone: 813.259.1085

Website: https://tampabaymitigationbank.com



Upper Coastal Mitigation Bank

The Upper Coastal Mitigation Bank is a 149 acre wetland restoration project located in Citrus County, Florida. Together with the Old Florida Mitigation Bank, the Upper Coastal Mitigation Bank provides state and federally approved freshwater forested and non-forested wetland credits throughout the Crystal-Pithlachascotee subbasin (HUC 03100207).

Contact:
Joe Williams
Email: joe@ecosystempartners.com
Phone: 410.982.0240

Website: https://ecosystempartners.com/project/upper-coastal/


Wiggins Prairie Mitigation Bank

The Wiggins Prairie Mitigation Bank is a 492.44-acre conservation area established to provide compensatory mitigation for wetland impacts located in the Hillsborough River basin. Owned by Southern States Land & Timber LLC (a division of JMB Companies, Inc.), the Bank consists of mixed wetland hardwoods, cypress domes and strands, freshwater marshes, wet prairies, and upland live oak hammocks. The Wiggins Prairie Mitigation Bank will have various credit types available:

  • palustrine forested and palustrine emergent credits approved by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • federally threatened Wood Stork Suitable Foraging Habitat (SFH) credits approved by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • freshwater forested and freshwater herbaceous credits approved by the Southwest Florida Water Management District

Southern States Land & Timber manages three wetland mitigation banks and three conservation banks in the central Florida region.

Contact:
Stephanie Clement
Email: stephanie@jmbcompanies.com
Phone: 337.522.7206

Russell Walters
Email: russell@jmbcompanies.com
Phone: 337.522.7207


Associate Members


Bio-Tech Consulting Inc.
3025 E. South Street, Orlando, FL 32803

Contact:
John Lesman
Email: jlesman@btc-inc.com
Phone: 407.894.5969

Website:  http://www.bio-techconsulting.com



Breedlove Dennis & Associates, Inc.
330 W. Canton Avenue Winter Park, FL 32789

Contact:
Mike Dennis
Email: Mike@bda-inc.com
Phone: 407.677.1882

Website: http://www.bda-inc.com



EcoResolve, Inc.
21346 Saint Andrews Blvd. Suite 434, Boca Raton, FL 33433

Contact:
Desmond Duke
Email: dduke@ecoresolve.com
Phone: 239.530.8044

Website: http://ecoresolve.com



Environmental Consulting & Design, Inc.
4703 NE 53rd Ave., Suite B-2, Gainesville, FL 32653

Contact:
Carl Salafrio
Email: csalafrio@ecdflorida.com
Phone: 352.371.4333

Sarah Nelson
Email: snelson@ecdflorida.com
Phone: 352.371.4333


Eco Capital Advisors
3414 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 990
Atlanta, GA  30326

Contact:
Brian Normanly
Email: normanly@ecocapitaladvisors.com
Phone: 770.400.9682

Website: http://www.ecocapitaladvisors.com


EcoCredit Marketing
614 E. Hwy 50, Suite 254,
Clermont, FL 34711

Contact:
Kae Hovater
Email: kae@ecocreditmarketing.com
Phone: 352.874.7370

Website: http://www.ecocreditmarketing.com


EcoGenesis
P.O. Box 20376,                                                    Sarasota, FL 34276

Contact:
Pamela Fetterman
Email: pfetterman@ecogenesisllc.com
Phone: 941.321.8107

Website: http://www.ecogenesisllc.com


Ecological Resource Consultants
100 Amar Place,
Panama City Beach, FL 32413

Contact:
Joseph Schuster
Email: jschuster@ecoresource.com
Phone: 850.230.1882

Website: http://www.ecoresource.com


Flatwoods Consulting Group
8306 Laurel Fair Circle, Suite 120,
Tampa, FL 33610

Contact:
Shannon Gonzalez
Email: sgonzalez@flatwoodsconsulting.com
Phone: 813.600.5747

Website: http://www.flatwoodsconsulting.com/


Green Source Environmental Professionals
15315 Indian Head Drive, Tampa, FL 33618

Contact:
Pamela E. Harris
Email: pharris@greensourcerep.com
Phone: 813.765.6846

Website:  http://www.greensourceep.com


Gunster
215 South Monroe Street, Suite 601, Tallahassee, FL 32301

Contact:
Eric Olsen
Email: eolsen@hgslaw.com
Phone: 850.222.7500

Website: http://www.hgslaw.com


Icarus Ecological Services
8639 Ranchwood Lane, Saint Augustine, FL 32092

Contact:
Thomas Estes
Email: thomas@icaruses.com
Phone: 850.222.5702

Website: http://www.icaruses.com


Lewis, Longman & Walker, P.A.
315 South Calhoun Street, Suite 830, Tallahassee, FL 32301

Contact:
Lori Killinger
Email: lkillinger@llw-law.com
Phone: 850.222.5702

Website: http://www.llw-law.com



Manson Bolves Donaldson Varn, PA
109 North Brush Street, Suite 300 Tampa, FL 33602

Contact:
Chris Tanner
Email: ctanner@mansonbolves.com
Phone: 813.514.4700

Website: http://www.mansonbolves.com


The Mitigation Banking Group, Inc.
P.O. Box 195813, Winter Springs, Florida 32708

Contact:
Victoria K. Colangelo
Email: victoria@mitigationbankinginc.com
Phone: 407.960.5787

Website: http://www.mitigationbankinginc.com



Mitigation Development Services
501 Riverside Ave, Suite 902, Jacksonville, FL 32202

Contact:
Bill Schroeder
Email: bill@mitigationdev.com
Phone: 904.536.3386

Website: http://www.mitigationdev.com


Mitigation Marketing
Mitigation Marketing
P.O. Box 540285, Orlando, FL 32854

Contact:
Alex Preisser
Email: alex@mitigationmarketing.com
Phone: 407.481.0677

Website: https://mitigationmarketing.com/

 



Nason, Yeager, Gerson, Harris & Fumero, P.A.
750 Park of Commerce Blvd., Suite 210, Boca Raton, FL 33487

Contact:
John J. Fumero
Email: jfumero@nasonyeager.com
Phone: 561.982.7114

Website: http://www.nasonyeager.com


Natural Resource Planning Services, Inc.                       
Po Box 564, San Antonio, FL 33576

Contact:
Jack Vogel
Email: jackv@nrpsforesters.com
Phone: 352.588.2580

Website: http://www.nrpsforesters.com



Passarella and Associates
13620 Metropolis Avenue, Suite 200 FortMyers, FL 33912

Contact:
Ken Passarella
Email: kenp@passarella.net
Phone: 239.274.0067

Website: https://passarella.net



Quest Ecology
735 Lakeview Drive Wimauma, FL 33598

Contact:
Vivienne Handy
Email: vivienne@questecology.com
Phone: 813.642.0799

Website: http://questecology.com/


Shutts & Bowen LLP
300 S. Orange Ave., Suite 1000, Orlando, FL 32801

Contact:
Daniel T. O’Keefe
Email: dokeefe@shutts.com
Phone: 407.835.6956

Website: https://shutts.com


Stearns Weaver Miller
106 E. College Ave., Suite 700, Tallahassee, FL 32301

Contact:
Amelia Savage
Email: asavage@stearnsweaver.com
Phone: 850.354.7606

Website: https://stearnsweaver.com


TerraBlue Environmental
P.O. Box 135, Homosassa Springs, Florida 34447

Contact:
Sharon Collins
Email: scollins@terrablueenvironmental.com
Phone: 386.878.3064

Website: http://www.terrablueenvironmental.com