mt airy nc conservation mitigation easement non-profit

Red Barn | Conservation Mitigation Easement


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Located in the Yadkin Pee Dee River Basin of Mt Airy NC

The Red Barn Conservation Mitigation Easement is located near Mount Airy, North Carolina in the rolling hills of the upper Piedmont region of NC. The Easement Property is directly adjacent to cattle and livestock pasture. The Easement Property consists of restored riparian streams and thriving native wetlands that assist in absorbing damaging runoff before it enters the sensitive stream systems and ultimately, the Yadkin Pee Dee River.


Mitigation Partner


Our Role

Conservation Easement Grantee

Mitigation Type

Stream Restoration & Enhancement


We are a trusted non-profit partner for mitigation banks seeking high-quality conservation projects


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