Colonial Farms Wetland

Status

The Colonial Farms Wetland Mitigation Site in Edgecombe County, approximately 2.5 miles south of Tarboro off Colonial Road, and is within the Tar-Pamlico River Basin. The project will include the restoration of riparian wetlands in the Tar-Pamlico River Basin. The project will include the restoration of a forested wetland corridor within the greater Tar River watershed, and is within a Water Quality Targeted Resource Area (TRA) and the Middle Tar-Pamlico Local Watershed Plan (LWP). The Colonial Farms Wetland Mitigation Site will provide both ecological and water quality benefits within the Tar-Pamlico River Basin.

The project is currently under development and contracted with the North Carolina Department of Mitigation Services.

Seedlings planted in 2022:
18,975

Project Details

Location:Edgecombe County, North Carolina
Type:Riparian Wetland Mitigation
Size:21.4 Acres
HUC:Tar-Pamlico River Basin - 03020103
Credit Type:Riparian Wetland
Credit Amount:15.0 WMU

Project Timeline

2022
May 2022

DroneDeploy Comparison Maps

See the difference before constructing and after planting our wetland site.

May 2022

Rewetted Wetland

Updated drone images of our wetland site coming to life.

May 2022

Episode 8 – Colonial Farms Wetland Mitigation Site in NC with Scott – Eco Terra Docuseries


    Scott shares about our construction process needed before planting at Colonial Farms Wetland.

    Apr 2022

    Drone Images From Our 2022 Planting Season

    Aerial photos of our machine planting and planting progress.

    Apr 2022

    Images From Our 2022 Planting Season

    On the ground media of our team at work.

    Apr 2022

    Drone Images From Construction Before Planting

    Aerial images of our construction progress.

    Apr 2022

    Images From Construction Before Planting

    On the ground media of our construction progress.

    2020
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    Oct 2020

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