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Mill Branch Stream Mitigation Bank

Located in northwest Denton County, TX, Mill Branch provides intermittent and ephemeral stream offsets in the Dallas-Fort Worth portion of the Trinity River basin. One of the three fastest growing metropolitan areas in America, Dallas-Fort Worth is experiencing rapid development in the housing, commercial and industrial sectors, which is also fueling infrastructure development, especially roadways.

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Cottonwood Creek Stream Mitigation Bank

Located in eastern Travis County, just outside of Austin, Cottonwood Creek provides intermittent and ephemeral stream offsets for the Colorado River basin portion of the Austin metropolitan area. Austin’s recent residential and industrial growth has been quite rapid, making it one of the three fastest-growing cities in America.

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Tomahawk Conservation Bank

Some of the best habitat for the Lesser Prairie Chicken (LPC), a federally protected species, is located in West Texas. In one of the four Shinnery Sands areas of the historic Llano Estacado (Staked Plains)—part of the southern Great Plains—Tomahawk Conservation Bank (TCB) was approved to provide 2,740-acres of much needed conservation.

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Milnesand Conservation Bank

To the west of Tomahawk Conservation Bank is RiverBank’s second conservation bank for the Lesser Prairie Chicken, Milnesand Conservation Bank. Milnesand is located in one of the four Shinnery Sands areas of the Llano Estacado, which is part of the Southern Great Plains. Milnesand will protect more than 10,000 acres of vitally important habitat for the LPC.

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