scarborough nc conservation mitigation easement non-profit

Scarborough | Conservation Mitigation Easement


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Located in the Neuse River Basin of Wayne County NC

The Scarborough Conservation Mitigation Easement is located in the Inner Coastal Plain Physiographic Region of North Carolina, near the town of Goldsboro. Scarborough is a large, open property that was formerly agricultural row crop field. Now the 11,342 ft of streams and 118.7 acres of wetland within Scarborough have been restored to their natural state of Coastal Plain Small Stream Swamp and Coastal Plain Bottomland Hardwood vegetation communities.


Mitigation Partner

water land solutions

Our Role

Conservation Easement Grantee

Mitigation Type

Stream & Wetland Restoration Enhancement


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


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