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2013 FDOT Mitigation Plan - Southwest Florida Water Management ...

2013 FDOT Mitigation Plan - Southwest Florida Water Management ...

2013 FDOT Mitigation Plan - Southwest Florida Water Management

Southwest Florida Water Management District 2013 FDOT Mitigation Plan Natural Systems & Restoration Bureau Springs & Environmental Flows Section 2379 Broad Street Brooksville, FL 34604-6899

  • Page 2 and 3: TABLE of CONTENTS Introduction Page
  • Page 4 and 5: INTRODUCTION The Florida Department
  • Page 6 and 7: Natural Systems and Restoration Bur
  • Page 8 and 9: Table Two: FDOT Road Improvement Pr
  • Page 10 and 11: 4311371 4306851 SR 574/MLK JR BLVD
  • Page 12 and 13: Table Ten: FDOT Road Improvement Pr
  • Page 14 and 15: 2557031 2557341 2558881 2558881 SR
  • Page 16 and 17: 4143481 North Terminal Airside 3 Pe
  • Page 18 and 19: 2567742 2568151 2569031 2589581 257
  • Page 20 and 21: 4110122 4271651 I-75 SR 50 to Herna
  • Page 22 and 23: Table Sixteen: FDOT Road Improvemen
  • Page 24 and 25: BRO) TO OLD PASCO RD 2563341 SR 52
  • Page 26 and 27: FDOT MITIGATION PROJECTS There are
  • Page 28 and 29: Table Twenty Five: FDOT Mitigation
  • Page 30 and 31: Table Thirty One: FDOT Mitigation P
  • Page 32 and 33: SW 86 Mobbly Bayou Wilderness Prese
  • Page 34 and 35: SW-31 CATTLE DOCK POINT, PHASE II M
  • Page 36 and 37: Long term maintenance of the projec
  • Page 38 and 39: SW 31 - Cattle Dock Point, Phase II
  • Page 40 and 41: SW 31 - Cattle Dock Point, Phase II
  • Page 42 and 43: Cattle Dock showing established man
  • Page 44 and 45: SW-34 LAKE THONOTOSASSA SHORELINE R
  • Page 46 and 47: ATTACHMENTS 1. Figure A-Location 2.
  • Page 48 and 49: SW 34 - Lake Thonotosassa Shoreline
  • Page 50 and 51: Lake Thonotosassa Shoreline Restora
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    SW-45 GATEWAY RESTORATION MITIGATIO

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    (Figure B). Other than wetland impa

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    ATTACHMENTS 1. Figure A-Location 2.

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    SW 45 - Gateway Restoration Figure

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    North Tract (2003) - pre-constructi

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    North Tract (2003) - Pre-constructi

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    South Tract (2004) - constructed la

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    The diversity of estuarine habitats

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    B. Brief description of pre-constru

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    ATTACHMENTS 1. Figure A-Location 2.

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    2009 - view from the southern limit

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    area along the eastern border of th

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    SW-50 TERRA CEIA RESTORATION MITIGA

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    Project cost: $46,000 ATTACHMENTS 1

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    SW 50 - Terra Ceia Restoration Figu

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    Pre-Construction (1999) - wetlands

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    SW-51 MYAKKA RIVER STATE PARK MITIG

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    Maintenance has been and will conti

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    SW-52 LITTLE PINE ISLAND MITIGATION

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    362434779 and Army Corps of Enginee

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    SW-53 BORAN RANCH MITIGATION BANK M

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    PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION Entity respo

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    SW-54 ANCLOTE PARCEL MITIGATION PLA

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    ATTACHMENTS 1. Figure A-Location 2.

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    SW 54 - Anclote Parcel Figure B - H

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    One of the flatwood communities at

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    stop and divert any minimal surface

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    SW 55 - Upper Hillsborough 4 & 5 Fi

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    SW 55 - Upper Hillsborough 4 & 5 Fi

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    Summer, 2009 - same view as the pre

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    Summer, 2009 - the preserved laurel

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    SW-56 COCKROACH BAY - FRESHWATER MI

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    cordgrass (Spartina patens), salt g

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    Complete: Construction & Planting,

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    SW 56 - Cockroach Bay Restoration (

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    SW 56 - Cockroach Bay Restoration (

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    Pre-Construction (2002) - previousl

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    SW-57 LAKE PANASOFFKEE RESTORATION

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    ATTACHMENTS 1. Figure A-Location 2.

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    View of the barge used to hydraulic

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    selection of this tract to the FDOT

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    SW 58 - Barr Hammock - Ledwith Prai

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    Some wetland hardwoods rim Ledwith

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    associated with 1,606 acres of impa

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    cover in the field is bahia, fennel

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    Success criteria includes demonstra

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    SW 59 - Hampton Tract Figure A - Lo

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    Hampton Tract showing inundation of

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    SW-61 CYPRESS CREEK PRESERVE, WEST

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    Hillsborough County's Conservation

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    Project cost: $1,114,400 (total) AT

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    SW 61 - Cypress Creek Preserve West

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    Mixed Forested Wetland- View of one

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    SW-62 TAPPAN TRACT MITIGATION PLAN

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    saltern habitat (Figure D, site pho

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    SW 62 - Tappan Tract Figure A - Loc

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    SW 62 - Tappan Tract Figure C - Dur

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    Tappan Tract: Tidal lagoon and cree

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    SW-63 HILLSBOROUGH RIVER CORRIDOR M

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    ATTACHMENTS 1. Figure A-Location 2.

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    View depicting the dense canopy & s

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    SW-64 WITHLACOOCHEE STATE FOREST -

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    topographic features available on t

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    SW 64 - Withlacoochee State Forest

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    Withlacoochee State Forest - Baird

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    Upland buffers around the wetlands

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    property (Figure C). The corridors

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    PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION Entity respo

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    SW 65 - Rutland Ranch - South Tract

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    Wetland 12 (2001) - Pre-constructio

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    Wetland 6 (2001) - Pre-construction

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    SW-66 CIRCLE B BAR RESERVE MITIGATI

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    ephemeral marsh pockets within the

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    Wildlife use of the restored and en

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    Entity responsible for monitoring a

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    SW 66 - Circle B Bar Reserve Figure

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    Western Wetland Restoration (2001)

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    Center Wetland Restoration (2001) -

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    Eastern Wetland Restoration (2001)

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    Northwest Marsh (2009) - The planti

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    monoculture of cogon grass, and min

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    SWIM water body: The Apollo Beach r

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    SW 67 - Apollo Beach Nature Preserv

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    SW 67 - Apollo Beach Nature Preserv

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    Apollo Beach Nature Preserve: Photo

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    areas where previously cut limbs we

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    SW 69 - I-75 Peace River Bridge Res

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    Site A (2004) - Planted stock and n

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    seagrass beds. Based on previous st

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    SW 70 - Fort DeSoto Park Ecosystem

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    2004 - Ft. DeSoto Park - Ecosystem

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    PROJECT DESCRIPTION A. Overall proj

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    less than 10% cover of Brazilian pe

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    SW 71 - Boyd Hill Nature Preserve F

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    2003 - portions of both designated

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    SW-74 SERENOVA PRESERVE - SITES 2,

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    Project Site 2 - This access road b

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    Timeframe for implementation: Comme

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    SW 74 - Serenova Preserve - Sites 2

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    During Construction - Site 4 (Febru

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    B. Brief description of pre-constru

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    establishing of exotic & nuisance v

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    SW 75 - Cockroach Bay Restoration (

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    During Construction (2005) - view f

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    Current Conditions (2009) - view fr

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    to providing mitigation for FDOT we

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    was deemed by the SJRWMD and other

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    SW 76 - Lake Lowery Tract Figure B

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    2568151 2589581 2570501 4058223 257

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    includes enhancement of wetland and

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    effective to purchase mitigation ba

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    SW 77 - Conner Preserve Figure B -

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    Conner Preserve showing recently bu

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    SW-78 BAHIA BEACH MITIGATION PLAN B

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    lack mangrove species in the lower

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    Depending on the selected contracto

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    SW 78 - Bahia Beach Figure A - Proj

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    Bahia Beach showing dense coverage

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    SW-79 FOX CREEK REGIONAL OFF-SITE M

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    and there is very limited freshwate

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    SWIM projects in the South Coastal

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    SW-80 HIDDEN HARBOUR MITIGATION PLA

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    silicicola), slash pine (Pinus elli

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    Success criteria require the eradic

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    SW 80 - Hidden Harbour Figure A - L

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    This mesic oak hammock has dominant

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    One of the tidally-connected, dead-

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    eastern tributary. This improvement

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    enhancement by Hillsborough County

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    SW-82 EKKER TRACT MITIGATION PLAN B

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    wildlife utilize this creek corrido

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    improved habitat conditions for wil

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    ATTACHMENTS 1. Figure A-Location 2.

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    SW 82 - Ekker Tract Figure B - Pre-

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    SW 82 - Ekker Tract Figure D - Conc

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    Ekker Tract: Photo shows recontoure

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    flatwoods, with areas of sand pine

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    Project cost: $86,300 (total) ATTAC

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    SW 83 - Little Manatee River - Lowe

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    South Tract (2003) - pre-constructi

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    4245241 4271651 SR 50 Bridge Remova

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    FDEP ($24.3 million), and Polk Coun

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    Maintenance & Monitoring-2012-2018

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    SW-84 Colt Creek State Park Figure

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    SW-84 Colt Creek State Park Figure

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    SW 84 Colt Creek State Park Figure

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    Colt Creek State Park showing inund

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    sweetbay, swamp tupelo, red maple,

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    SW 85 - Peace River Mitigation Bank

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    4125313 2569971 2571471 4168381 412

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    sizeable wetland encroachment is th

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    SW-89 Mobbly Bayou Wilderness Prese

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    Mobbly Bayou Preserve showing tidal

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    PROJECT DESCRIPTION A. Overall proj

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    documented rookeries adjacent to th

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    monitoring stations will be designa

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    SW 87 - Alligator Lake Management A

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    Alligator Lake-South Tract: Marsh #

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    epresented the most disturbed habit

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    SW 88 - Curry Creek Regional Off-Si

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    PROJECT DESCRIPTION A. Overall proj

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    Along with activities proposed for

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    SW 90 - Brooker Creek Buffer Preser

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    SW 90 - Brooker Creek Buffer Preser

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    The majority of the upland acreage

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    The interior of the forested wetlan

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    SW-92 HALPATA TASTANAKI PRESERVE MI

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    flood waters are blocked by the ber

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    Figure A - SW 92 - Halpata Tastanak

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    Figure C - SW 92 - Halpata Tastanak

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    The wetland floodplain grade elevat

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    Portions of the access road berm wi

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    Transportation Trust Fund for the e

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    plan shall be submitted to the wate

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    Appendix B: ERP Watersheds in the S

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    FDOT Wetland Impact Inventory Appen

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    FDOT Wetland Impact Inventory Appen

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