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Print Name:* Matt Butler Signature:* 3600 Glenwood Ave.,Suite 100 Or es Raleigh, NC 27612 Corporate Headquarters 6575 West Loop South, Suite 300 Bellaire,TX 77401 Main: 713.520.5400 December 16,2020 Samantha Dailey U.S.Army Corps of Engineers Regulatory Division 3331 Heritage Trade Dr.,Suite 105 Wake Forest,NC 27587 Subject:Cape Fear 03 UMBI Feed and Seed Final Mitigation Plan Submittal(SAW-2018-01637) Dear Ms.Dailey, On behalf of Resource Environmental Solutions(RES)&Environmental Banc&Exchange,LLC(a RES affiliate),I am pleased to submit the Final Mitigation Plan for the Feed& Seed Site, the initial site for the RES Cape Fear 03 Umbrella Mitigation Bank.A prospectus was submitted in January 2019,put on public notice on March 13,2019,and issued an initial evaluation letter on April 17,2019.The draft mitigation plan was submitted in March 2020. The attached plan includes minor modifications from the draft mitigation plan to incorporate suggestions from the IRT Draft Plan Comment Memo dated on August 14,2020. The minor alterations and updates are detailed below: • The final mitigation plan presents 2,489.200 SMUs(2,828.200 in the draft mitigation plan); • RES has provided a cross-walk outlining reach ID changes in the JD(Appendix D); • Reach RD1-A restoration was reduced from 400 LF (Draft Mitigation Plan) to 174 LF (Final Mitigation Plan); • Reach RD2-B EII has been increased from 337 LF(Draft Mitigation Plan)to 588 LF(Final Mitigation Plan); • The Functional Uplift Section has been revised heavily in response to IRT comments. Functional uplift is presented more directly and is consistent with the uplift potential of the proposed restoration and enhancement activities; • RES has supplied an updated JD with an updated aquatic resource inventory table and Waters of the US Map based on survey data. Thank you for your time and consideration for this Project and we look forward to our continued work together as this Project progresses. Please contact me at 919-770-5573 or mbutler@res.us if you have any questions or require any additional information. Sincerely, 0,/ /44 Matt Butler Project Manager res.us W. ass: § S_ . +- ! I �, " .. ,I-. �I �, , ?oil.. . f n ® , 4 'fp, i -4. 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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 PROJECT INTRODUCTION 1 1.1 Project Components 1 1.2 Project Outcomes 1 2 WATERSHED APPROACH AND SITE SELECTION 2 2.1 Site Selection 2 3 BASELINE AND EXISTING CONDITIONS 4 3.1 Watershed Summary Information 4 3.2 Landscape Characteristics 4 3.3 Land Use -Historic,Current,and Future 7 3.4 Reach Summary Information 7 3.5 Regulatory Considerations and Potential Constraints 9 4 FUNCTIONAL UPLIFT POTENTIAL 12 4.1 Anticipated Functional Benefits and Improvements 12 5 MITIGATION 15 5.1 Project Goals and Objectives 15 6 MITIGATION WORK PLAN 17 6.1 Reference Stream 17 6.2 Design Parameters 18 6.3 Sediment Control Measures 23 6.4 Vegetation and Planting Plan 23 6.5 Mitigation Summary 26 6.6 Determination of Credits 26 7 PERFORMANCE STANDARDS 28 7.1 Stream Restoration Success Criteria 28 7.2 Vegetation Success Criteria 28 8 MONITORING PLAN 29 8.1 As-Built Survey 29 8.2 Visual Monitoring 29 8.3 Hydrology Events 29 8.4 Cross Sections 29 8.5 Vegetation Monitoring 30 8.6 Scheduling/Reporting 30 9 INVASIVE SPECIES PLAN 32 10 MAINTENANCE PLAN 33 11 ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT PLAN 34 12 CREDIT RELEASE SCHEDULE 35 12.1 Initial Allocation of Released Credits 35 12.2 Subsequent Credit Releases 35 13 LONG-TERM MANAGEMENT PLAN 37 14 FINANCIAL ASSURANCES 38 15 REFERENCES 39 Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan ii December 2020 List of Tables Table 1.Feed and Seed Project Components Summary 1 Table 2. Project Parcel and Landowner Information 2 Table 3. Project Watershed Summary Information 4 Table 4. Jurisdiction Wetland Information 6 Table 5.Mapped Soil Series 7 Table 6. Summary of Existing Channel Characteristics 8 Table 7. Regulatory Considerations 9 Table 8. Endangered Species List 10 Table 9.Functional Benefits and Improvements 16 Table 10. Peak Flow Comparison 21 Table 11. Comparison of Allowable and Proposed Shear Stresses 22 Table 12. Comparison of Permissible and Proposed Velocities 23 Table 13. Proposed Plant List 25 Table 14.Mitigation Credits 27 Table 15.Monitoring Requirements 31 Table 16.Maintenance Plan 33 Table 17. Stream Credit Release Schedule 36 Table 18.Financial Assurances 38 List of Figures Figure 1 —Project Vicinity Figure 2—Landowner Parcels Figure 3—USGS Quadrangle Figure 4—Land use Figure 5—Existing Conditions Figure 6—National Wetlands Inventory Figure 7—Mapped Soils Figure 8—Historical Conditions Figure 9—Conceptual Plan Figure 10—National Flood Hazard Figure 11 —Monitoring Plan Appendices Appendix A- Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan(Plan) Appendix B - Initial Evaluation Letter and Regulatory Scoping Correspondence Appendix C- Site Protection Instrument and Longterm Steward Information Appendix D- Wetland JD Forms and Maps Appendix E- DWR Stream Determination and Buffer Viability Appendix F- USACE District Assessment Forms-NCWAM Appendix G- Data,Analysis,and Supplementary Information Appendix H- Plan Set Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan iii December 2020 1 PROJECT INTRODUCTION 1.1 Project Components The Feed and Seed Mitigation Project (Project) (SAW-2018-01637) is located within Randolph County, approximately 5.6 miles southeast of the City of Archdale. The Project lies within the Cape Fear River Basin 8-digit Cataloguing Unit (CU) 03030003, North Carolina Department of Water Resources (NCDWR) sub-basin 03-06-08 and United States Geological Survey (USGS) 14-digit hydrologic unit code (HUC) 03030003010070(Figure 1). The Project is being designed to help meet compensatory mitigation requirements for stream impacts in the Cape Fear River Basin CU 03030003. The Project is also being designed in concurrence with the RES Cape Fear 03 Umbrella Mitigation Bank.The Project proposes to restore 2,333 linear feet(LF),enhance 753 LF,and provide water quality benefit downstream of the 343-acre project drainage area. The project will also restore and enhance riparian buffer area within the project area, which will provide 616,843.941 buffer credits for the Randleman Lake Service Area. The Riparian Buffer Mitigation Plan (the Plan) is found in Appendix A. As the site will be generating buffer credits, we will not be using nonstandard buffer widths to calculate credits for the project. The Project will be protected by a conservation easement totaling 27.58 acres, is comprised of six unnamed tributaries that drain into Randleman Lake totaling an existing 3,199 LF of stream. Two of the tributaries, that are separated from the main easement segment will only be utilized to generate buffer credit and are not part of the stream mitigation. The stream mitigation components are summarized in Table 1. The Project is accessible from Lewis Davis Road(Figure 1). Coordinates for the Project are as follows: 35.883069 N and-79.856111 W. 1.2 Project Outcomes The streams proposed for restoration and enhancement have been significantly impacted by livestock production, agricultural impoundment, and a riparian buffer lacking in understory. Proposed improvements to the Project will help meet the river basin needs expressed in the 2009 Cape Fear River Basin Restoration Priorities(RBRP)as well as provide ecological improvements to the riparian corridor within the easement. Through stream restoration and enhancement, the Project presents 3,362 LF of proposed stream, generating 2,489.200 base Warm Stream Mitigation Units (SMUs) (Table 1). This mitigation plan includes several updates from the prospectus;the two buffer only easement segments have been added to the stream mitigation plan in response to the email from the IRT on September 11th, 2019 on the Coordinated Review of 404/401 Mitigation Plans and Buffer Mitigation & Nutrient Offset Plans. Additionally,treatments have been updated based on design needs; the pond above RD2 will now be included in the restoration, and the origin of RD2 is proposed to be in the pond footprint while the former origin of RD2 is renamed as the origin of RD3.Finally,the crossing has been removed from the main easement section, and the easement has been updated. The initial evaluation letter can be found in Appendix B. Table 1.Feed and Seed Project Components Summary Stream Mitigation Mitigation Approach, Linear Feet Ratio Base Warm SMU Restoration 2,333 1:1 2,333.000 Enhancement II 753 2.5:1 301.200 No Stream Credits 276 - - Total 3,362 - 2,489.200 Total SMUs 2,489.200 Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 1 December 2020 2 WATERSHED APPROACH AND SITE SELECTION The purpose of the proposed Bank is to generate compensatory mitigation credits for inclusion in the Feed and Seed Stream Mitigation Bank in the Cape Fear River Basin.The 2009 Cape Fear River Basin Restoration Priorities (RBRP) identified restoration priorities specific to the catalog units (CUs). For the 03030003 CU there are two specific watershed goals watershed: • Protection of a number of mussel species recognized by the Wildlife Resource Commission as priority for protection and the federally endangered and US Fish and Wildlife priority protection species, the Cape Fear Shiner. • Improvement in water quality to waters draining to Randleman Reservoir The Project is designed to help meet the second goal,to improve water quality of waters draining to the Randleman Lake. The Project will additionally meet the goal laid out in the Randleman Lake Riparian Buffer Rules to protect and preserve existing riparian buffers to protect water supply uses of the Randleman Lake and designated water supplies in the Randleman Lake Watershed. The project will address several stressors impacting the watershed through nutrient removal, sediment removal, and improved aquatic and terrestrial habitat. These goals will be supported through stream restoration and enhancement and riparian buffer improvement and protection. 2.1 Site Selection The Project was identified as a stream and buffer mitigation opportunity to improve water quality, habitat, and hydrology within the Cape Fear River Basin. The Project will directly and indirectly improve water quality in the waters draining to the Randleman Lake by stabilizing eroding stream banks, reconnecting incised streams to their floodplains, reducing sediment and nutrient loads, and enhancing and restoring forested buffers along the stream channels. Project-specific goals and objectives will be addressed further in Section 5. The land required for the construction, management, and stewardship of this Project includes three parcels in Randolph County with the following ownership in Table 2 & Figure 2. Once finalized, a copy of the land protection instrument will be included in Appendix C. The Wilmington District Conservation Easement model template will be utilized to draft the site protection instrument. Table 2. Project Parcel and Landowner Information rofRecord lirrill Stream Reach BO Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 2 December 2020 Ryan S.Davis,Sr.,Julie Ann D. Davis,and Ryan S.Davis,Jr.and 7747789806 RD5,RD6 Toni O.Davis 7747565971 RD2,RD3,RD4 Ryan S.Davis and Toni O.Davis 7747665722 RD1,RD2,RD4 Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 3 December 2020 3 BASELINE AND EXISTING CONDITIONS 3.1 Watershed Summary Information Drainage Area and Land Use The total drainage area for the Project is 343 acres (0.54 mi2) (Table 3); the drainage area of Reach RD1 is 161 acres(0.25 mi2);Reach RD2 is 73 acres(0.11 mi2);Reach RD3 is 7 acres(0.01 mi2);Reach RD4 is 15 acres (0.02 mi2); Reach RD5 is 4 acres (0.02 mi2) and Reach RD6 is 178 acres (0.28 mi2) (Figure 3). The four reaches (RD1, RD2, RD3, and RD4) proposed for stream mitigation credit are found within a continuous easement section with a total drainage area of 256 acres. Whereas, two of the reaches,RD5 and RD6,are separated from the main easement segment and will only be utilized for riparian buffer credit(Appendix A). Land use within the drainage area consists of approximately 28%Pasture,27%Forest,27%Cropland, 15%Residential,2%Impervious Surface,0.4%Brush,and 0.3%Water(Figure 4).Historic and current land-use within the immediate Project area have allowed livestock direct access to the streams. These activities have negatively impacted both water quality and streambank stability in Project streams. Natural drainage patterns throughout the project watershed have been altered by agricultural production, impoundments, and manipulation of the stream channels. Similarly, the proposed mitigation area project streams have been historically channelized by livestock production and one headwater stream being impounded for agricultural purposes as shown on the existing conditions map (Figure 5). Although these tributaries are not classified, they drain to the Randleman Lake, which has been assigned as Water Supply IV (WS-IV) and CA:* (NCDEQ 2017). Water Supply IV (WS-IV) waters are used as sources of water supply for drinking,culinary, or food processing purposes where a WS-I, II or III classification is not feasible. These waters are also protected for Class C uses. WS-IV waters are generally in moderately to highly developed watersheds or Protected Areas (NCDWQ 2011). Randleman Lake has also been designated as a Critical Area within a designated Critical Supply Watershed that is subject to a special management strategy specified in 15A NCAC 2B .0248. Table 3. Project Watershed Summary Information Watershed Feature Designation Level IV Ecoregion 45b—Southern Outer Piedmont River Basin Cape Fear USGS Hydrologic Unit 8-digit 03030003 USGS Hydrologic Unit 14-digit 03030003010070 DWR Sub-basin 03-06-08 Project Drainage Area(acres) 343 Percent Impervious Area 2% Surface Water Classification(drains to) WS-IV;CA:* 3.2 Landscape Characteristics The Project is located in the Southern Outer Piedmont level IV ecoregion within the Piedmont level III ecoregion.With lower elevations and less relief compared to other areas of the Piedmont,the landforms of this ecoregion consist of irregular, rolling plains. The geologic composition of the region is red, clayey subsoils underlain by deep saprolite and gneiss, schist, and granite bedrock. Interspersed throughout the region are also areas of diabase, diorite, or gabbro bedrock that form alkaline soils. Natural vegetation communities consist of mixed oak forests, while historic land use trends have promoted the establishment of loblolly and shortleaf pine forests(USEPA). Elevations range from 750 to 800 feet above mean sea level(NAD 27)based upon USGS topographic mapping(Figure 3). Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 4 December 2020 Vegetation The vegetation of the project area is a combination of maintained pasture and grazed forested areas. Forested riparian areas have been intermittently livestock-grazed and lack a well-developed understory and shrub strata which is dominated by invasive Japanese stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum). The riparian areas most closely resemble a disturbed piedmont alluvial forest and included tulip-poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera),white oak(Quercus alba),American holly(Rex opaca),American Sycamore (Plananus occidentalis), elm (Ulmus alata), sweet gum (Liquidambar styraciflua), sugar hackberry (Celtis laeviata), river birch (Betula nigra), red maple (Acer rubrum), and American hornbeam (Carpinus caroliniana). Sub-canopy species included sweetbay (Magnolia virginiana), blackberry (Rubus argutus), highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corybosum), black elderberry (Sambucus canadensis), and roundleaf greenbrier (Smilax rotundifolia). The pasture areas were dominated by pasture grasses with the presence of other herbaceous species like fescue grass(Festuca sp.),common milkweed(Asclepiads syriaca),dogfennel(Eupatorium capifollium),asters(Symphyotrichum sp.),and American pokeweed(Phytolacca Americana). Invasive species are also present throughout,including Japanese stiltgrass,multiflora rose (Rosa multiflora)and Chinese privet(Ligustrum sinense). Existing Wetlands A detailed wetland delineation was performed August 12th,2019.Wetland boundaries were delineated using current methodology outlined in the 1987 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Wetland Delineation Manual (Environmental Laboratory 1987). Soils were characterized and classified using the Field Indicators of Hydric Soils in the United States, Version 7.0 (NRCS, 2010). A preliminary jurisdictional determination (PJD) request was sent to the USACE on August 29, 2019. Per USACE correspondence found in Appendix D,the USACE concurs with the JD submittal and an approval will be completed in conjunction with the bank approval.Wetland forms are included in Appendix D. The stream channels were classified using NC DWR methodology (Figure 5) and were verified by NCDWR onsite June 13,2018 (Appendix E). Eight jurisdictional wetlands are present within the boundaries of the proposed Project,(Appendix D, Figure 5, Table 4). Wetlands are labeled as WA (Wetland A) through WH (Wetland H) and are described below in Table 4.All wetlands within the Project vicinity were rated using the North Carolina Wetland Assessment Method(NCWAM)(Appendix F). Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 5 December 2020 Table 4.Jurisdiction Wetland Information 'Wetland NCWAM Wetland Type Area Vegetation ID Rating (ac) WA Medium Headwater 0.87 Tree Stratum: Forest Red maple,American sycamore, and sweetgum Shrub Stratum: WB High Headwater 0.13 Chinese privet Forest Herb Stratum: Soft rush(Juncus effusus),Pennsylvania smartweed (Persicaria pensylvanica), square-stem spikerush (Eleocharis quadrangulata), sallow sedge(Carex lurida), and marsh dayflower(Murdannia keisak) WC High Headwater 0.07 Tree Stratum: Forest Red maple and American sycamore Shrub Stratum: Chinese privet WD High Headwater 0.04 Forest Herb Stratum: Soft rush,Pennsylvania smartweed, and Japanese stiltgrass WE High Headwater 0.05 Forest Woody Vine Stratum: Common greenbrier WF Low Non-Tidal 0.43 Herb Stratum: Freshwater Soft rush,Pennsylvania smartweed, square-stem spikerush, Marsh sallow sedge, and marsh dayflower WG High Headwater 0.04 Tree Stratum: Forest Red maple and tulip poplar Shrub Stratum: Privet and American holly Herb Stratum: Soft rush and Japanese stiltgrass WH Low Headwater 0.01 Tree Stratum: Forest Absent Herb Stratum: Soft rush and tall fescue(Festuca arundinacea) The USFWS National Wetland Inventory Map (NWI) depicts two wetlands within the project limits. In the southeast corner of the project area there is a small area of PSS1Ah (Palustrine, Scrub-Shrub, Broad-Leaved Deciduous, Temporarily Flooded) that is found within the pond footprint and a linear wetland mapped as PFO1A(Freshwater Forested/Shrub wetland)along RD6(Figure 6). Soil Survey The Randolph County Soil Survey (NRCS, 2006) and NRCS Web Soil Survey depicts two mapping units across the project site(Figure 7). The map units are Mecklenburg clay loam,two to eight percent slopes,moderately eroded and Wilkes-Poindexter-Wynott complex,eight to 15 percent slopes.The soil characteristics of these map units are summarized in Table 5. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 6 December 2020 Table 5. Mapped Soil Series Map r Percent Hydrologic Landscape Svm p Unit Name Hydric Drainage Class Soil Group Setting Mecklenburg clay MeB2 loam,2 to 8 percent 0% Well Drained C Summits slopes,moderately eroded Wilkes-Poindexter- WpC Wynott complex,8 0% Well Drained C/D Backslopes on to 15 percent slopes ridges 3.3 Land Use -Historic, Current, and Future Historic aerial imagery indicates that the southern portion of the Project and adjacent land has been used extensively for agricultural purposes since at least 1948. The northern two easement segments of the project remained mostly wooded,with the exception of a small pasture area between RD5 and RD6 and were not as impacted by agricultural use until the mid-1990's (Figure 8). Currently,the northern portion of the project is being used for pastureland. Much of the areas adjacent to the project streams have been allowed to maintain a thin canopy but have limited understory and are densely vegetated with stiltgrass. The southern portion of the easement is forested and pastureland and has remained this way since before the 1940's. The farm pond at the southernmost end of the project was likely constructed sometime after 1948.The future land use for the Project will include an established 27.58- acre conservation easement,that will be protected in perpetuity. Outside the Project will likely remain in agricultural use. 3.4 Reach Summary Information The Project area is comprised of three easement sections just north of Randleman Lake. As mentioned before, the two smaller northern easement sections are proposed solely for riparian buffer credit. The main easement section where stream work will be conducted is a continuous easement with no crossings. The stream channels within this continuous section include four unnamed tributaries, split into six reaches based on treatment need (Figure 9). Results of the preliminary data collection are presented in Table 6. In general, all or portions RD1, RD2, RD3, and RD4 do not function to their full potential. Current conditions demonstrate significant degradation due to continued livestock access and other associated agricultural impacts including areas of either disturbed riparian buffer or no riparian buffer and an agricultural impoundment. Restoration reaches are incised, and enhancement reaches are in need of channel stabilization(Figure 9).A summary of the morphological parameters is located in Appendix G.Channel characteristics are summarized in Table 6. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 7 December 2020 Table 6. Summary of Existing Channel Characteristics Mrainage W BKF W/D Bank Entrenchment Sinuosity Slope Area (ft) Mean Rati Height Ratio (ft/ft) (acres) Depth(ft) Ratio RD1-A 84 4.2 4.4 1.1 4.5 1.6 5.6 1.14 0.008 RIM-B 161 6.1 7.8 0.8 9.9 1.0 >2.2 1.17 0.005 RD2(US) 27 1.8 3.2 0.6 5.6 4.3 1.6 1.25 0.020 RD2(MS) 54 4.1 5.6 0.7 7.7 2.7 1.6 1.04 0.012 RD2 (DS) 73 5.7 6.2 0.9 6.7 3.3 1.4 1.11 0.008 RD3 7 0.8 2.7 0.3 9.4 3.3 1.8 1.17 0.031 RD4-A 15 1.3 2.2 0.6 3.8 1.0 6.4 1.02 0.040 RD4-B 15 1.8 2.8 0.6 4.4 4.1 1.3 1.16 0.028 Channel Classification The streams have been classified as intermittent streams using the NCDWR Stream Identification Form version 4.11 (Figure 5). Stream determinations have been verified by the NCDWR in the field (Appendix E) and the USACE. The stream channels were also assessed using the NC Stream Assessment Method(NCSAM)(Appendix G). Existing Channel Morphology RIM RD1-A Reach RD1-A is an intermittent, unnamed tributary to Randleman Lake that is the primary drainage feature onsite and has a drainage area of 0.13 mi2 (84 ac). It flows through pasture from the western property boundary. RD1-A is approximately 183 linear feet. The upstream portion of this channel is incised, with significant bank degradation from hoof shear. There are several concrete slabs in the channel near the upper end of the reach,and one culverted crossing just downstream of those. RDI-B Reach RD1-B is an intermittent,unnamed tributary to Randleman Lake and has a drainage area of 0.25 mi2(161 ac). It flows approximately 588 linear feet through pasture from RD1-A to the eastern side of the project before entering a culvert under Lewis Davis Road. The reach is mostly stable and appropriately sized; however, it does exhibit portions of vertical banks, erosion, and widening from livestock. The riparian buffer is maintained pasture on the left bank and sparsely forested pasture on the right bank to its confluence with RD2,after which there are almost no trees on either bank. RD2 Reach RD2 is an intermittent tributary with a drainage area of 0.11 mi2(73 ac)which originates at the southern corner of the project below an agricultural impoundment and flows northeast past RD3 and RD4 to confluence with RD1. The reach is approximately 1,756 linear feet and exhibits extensive channelization, entrenchment, portions of vertical banks, and erosion from livestock. The stream channel is within an active forested pasture bound by non-forested pasture on either side. There is one 12 ft culvert crossing near the upper end of this reach, and 22 acres of the reach's drainage area is controlled by the agricultural impoundment at the start of the reach. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 8 December 2020 RD3 Reac-h RD3 is an intermittent tributary that originates at the southeastern end of the project and flows approximately 175 linear feet northeast to confluence with RD2. RD3 has a drainage area of 0.01 mi2 (7 ac)and flows through active wooded pasture bound by non-forested pasture on either side.The upper portion of RD3 is over-wide and lacks bank definition from consistent livestock trampling. There is a headcut approximately halfway down the reach, below which the channel incises and is dramatically oversized with portions of unstable,vertical banks. RD4 RD4--A Reach RD4-A is an intermittent tributary that originates along the eastern side of the project, downstream of a headwater wetland,and flows north to just upstream of a headcut in the channel. The reach has a drainage area of 0.02 mi2 (15 ac) and is approximately 61 linear feet. The channel flows through open pasture and has been widened by livestock but is still fairly stable. RD4-B Reach RD4-B is an intermittent tributary that originates from RD1-A and flows north to confluence with RD2. The reach has a drainage area of 0.02 mi2(15 ac)and is approximately 160 linear feet.This portion of the reach flows from the open pasture through forested pasture. At the tree line there is a headcut in the channel,below which the reach incises dramatically and exhibits extensive portions of unstable,vertical banks as it flows to its confluence with RD2. 3.5 Regulatory Considerations and Potential Constraints Table 7 is a summary of regulatory considerations for the Project. Supporting documentation can be found in Appendix B and Appendix D. Table 7.Regulatory Considerations Regulation Applicable Resolved Supporting Documentation Waters of the United States-Section 404 Yes No Appendix D* Waters of the United States-Section 401 Yes No Appendix D* Endangered Species Act Yes Yes Appendix B National Historic Preservation Act Yes Yes Appendix B Coastal Zone Management Act(CZMA) No N/A N/A /Coastal Area Management Act(CAMA) FEMA Floodplain Compliance No No N/A Magnuson-Stevens Act-Essential Fisheries No N/A N/A Habitat *PCN for the Nationwide Permit General Permit 27 will be submitted after the Final Mitigation Plan is approved Property, Boundary, and Utilities Easement boundaries will be identified in the field to ensure clear distinction between the Parcel and adjacent properties. Boundaries may be identified by livestock fence, marker, bollard, post, tree- blazing, or other means as allowed by site conditions and/or conservation easement. Boundaries will be marked with signs identifying the property as a mitigation site and will include the name of the long- term steward and a contact number. Boundary markers disturbed, damaged, or destroyed will be repaired and/or replaced on an as needed basis. The easement boundary will be checked annually as part of monitoring activities and the conditions as well as any maintenance performed will be reported in the annual monitoring reports to USACE and DWR. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 9 December 2020 Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)/Hydrologic Trespass The Project is not within a mapped FEMA Regulatory Floodway or 100-year floodplain (Figure 10). While designing the Feed and Seed project, appropriate measures were taken to eliminate hydrologic trespass of the adjacent agricultural fields. The adjacent land use will not be affected by the proposed design,and no detrimental impacts are expected beyond the easement limits. Threatened and Endangered Species Plants and animals with a federal classification of endangered or threatened are protected under provisions of Sections 7 and 9 of the Endangered Species Act of 1973, as amended. The US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) database (updated 26 March 2018) lists the Schweinitz's sunflower (Helianthus schweinitzii)as an endangered species in Randolph County,North Carolina(Table 8).The Bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) is protected under the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act (BGPA) and prohibits take of bald and golden eagles. No protected species or potential habitat for protected species was observed during preliminary site evaluations. Species and species habitat listed in the USFWS database were inspected during the field investigation to determine whether they occur at the Project.No individual species or habitats were identified on site.Potential impacts to species and species habitat off site, downstream, and within the vicinity of the project were also considered. A survey was complete,on August 20,2019 for the Schweinitz's sunflower and found that there were no species or habitat present within the project area. In addition to the USFWS database, the NC Natural Heritage Program (NHP) GIS database was consulted to determine whether previously cataloged occurrences of protected species are mapped within one mile of the project.Results from NHP indicated that there are no known occurrences within a one-mile radius of the project area. A letter from the USFWS dated March 29, 2019 indicated that minimal adverse impacts to fish and wildlife resources are expected as part of the project. Documentation is included in Appendix B. Table 8.Endangered Species List mon Name ntific nameederal Habitat Record Status Present Status Vertebrate: Bald eagle Haliaeetus leucocephalus BGPA No Current Vascular Plant: Schweinitz's sunflower I Helianthus schweinitzii E I No I Current E=Endangered;BGPA=Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act Cultural Resources Environmental and cultural resources include historic and archeological resources located in or near the project parcel. RES has evaluated the Parcel's existing and future conditions of cultural resources to determine potential project impacts. A review of the North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) website was reviewed to determine if any listed or potentially eligible historic or archeological resources in the proposed Feed and Seed Site existed. This search did not reveal any occurrence within the project area. The Blair-Anthony House (RD0162) and the William Coletrane House (RD0029) are located within 0.5 mile of the project area. The Feed and Seed Project will not threaten or impact these historic locations.A letter from SHPO dated April 4,2019 stated that no known historic resources would be affected by the project. Documentation is included in Appendix B. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 10 December 2020 Clean Water Act-Section 401/404 Impacts to jurisdictional streams and wetlands and protected buffer will be unavoidable due to the restoration and enhancement actives proposed. Although these impacts are unavoidable,the proposed stream treatment will result in an overall functional uplift of the stream and wetland system, as described in Section 4. Two reaches, RD1-B and RD4-A, will have temporary impacts due to enhancement activities such as instream habitat structures and bank grading,as a part of Enhancement II.Furthermore,restoration reaches,RD1-A,RD2,RD3,and RD4-B will have permanent impacts,due to stream restoration and stream realignment. Six wetlands (WA, WB, WD, WE, WF, WG) will be impacted due to stream restoration and pond removal activities. Wetlands WA and WB will have both permanent and temporary impacts due to the restoration and enhancement of RD1.Wetlands WD,WE, WF, and WG will have both temporary and permanent impacts due to the restoration of RD2 and the draining of the agricultural impoundment. This may impact the fringe wetlands around this pond footprint,but they are expected to re-establish closer to the stream origin. There will also be impact to the protected riparian buffer through stream restoration efforts. However,the impacts to the buffer will be limited where possible through design and the project will greatly increase the riparian area of these stream corridors along with protecting the riparian area into perpetuity through a conservation easement. Moreover, all stream and wetland impacts will be accounted for in the Pre-Construction Notification form. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 11 December 2020 4 FUNCTIONAL UPLIFT POTENTIAL In order to broaden the reach-scale goals of this restoration project, a functional based discussion is used to contextualize the functional uplift of this individual project to the watershed scale. The Stream Functions Pyramid Framework (Harman et. al. 2012) separates stream functions into five categories, ordered into a hierarchy, which communicate the interrelations among functions and illustrate the dependence of higher-level functions (biology, physicochemical and geomorphology) on lower level functions (hydrology and hydraulics). Functions that affect the greatest number of other functions are illustrated at the base of the Pyramid, while functions that have the least effect on other functions are illustrated at the top.Fischenich(2006)found that the most critical functions include those that address hydrodynamic processes,sediment transport processes, stream stability and riparian buffer restoration. By addressing these fundamental functions and processes, a restored stream and riparian system are capable of supporting more dependent functions that typically require time to establish,such as diverse biological communities,chemical and nutrient processes,diverse habitats and improved water and soil quality.The objectives of the Project will address the most critical functional objectives that will allow for a more restored stream and riparian buffer over time. Therefore,principles of the Framework are utilized to discuss and communicate the potential functional uplift to streams at the Feed and Seed project and to propose realistic, attainable goals and objectives. However,the determination of credits and performance standards for the Project follow guidance put forth by the USACE Wilmington District. The Feed and Seed Mitigation Project will provide numerous ecological and water quality benefits within the Cape Fear River Basin by applying an ecosystem restoration approach. The restoration approach at the reach scale of this project will have the greatest effect on the hydraulic and geomorphic function of the system but will benefit the upper-level functions (physicochemical and biology) over time,and in combination with other projects within the watershed. The anticipated functional benefits and improvements within the Project area,as based on the Function-Based Framework are outlined in Table 9. 4.1 Anticipated Functional Benefits and Improvements Hydrology The hydrology for the Project reaches is functioning, as there are no limiting factors of water transportation from the watershed to the channel. This project intends to make local improvements to the already functioning hydrology.Much of the improvement will come from altering land use within the project area by converting over 27 acres of pasture to riparian forest.The Project will locally address several historic hydrologic disturbances including livestock access to stream channels, hydrologic impoundments and channelization;however,it is not anticipated that the Project will have a significant effect on hydrology at the watershed scale. Hydraulic The greatest potential uplift at the Project will be achieved through increasing floodplain connectivity throughout the Project.Reaches in the Project do not have functioning floodplain connectivity or stable flow dynamics. Reaches where floodplain connectivity is not fully functional will be improved by reducing bank height ratios and increasing entrenchment ratios.Reaches in which stable flow dynamics are not fully functional will be improved by constructing a new stable channel with adequate energy dissipation and grade control. Additionally, instream structures will be installed to address the energy and erosive power of the water so that a stable base flow is achieved post-project. Currently hydraulic parameters for portions or all of reaches RD1, RD2, RD3, and RD4 are not functioning and will be returned to functioning by restoration activities. Whereas,the hydraulic parameters for portions or all of reaches RD1,RD4,RD5,and RD6 are currently functioning. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 12 December 2020 Geomorphology Sediment Transport will be improved in reaches that currently not functioning properly by designing channels that transport sediment until it reaches an appropriate place to settle, like a point bar, and reducing the excess sediment load entering the stream.This reduction will be achieved by establishing a functional buffer,restricting livestock access to the stream channels, and constructing channels that maintain stable dimension, plan, and profile. Large Woody Debris Transport and Storage will be improved by the use of woody debris such as log vanes,brush toes,and log sills for in-stream structures on restoration and enhancement reaches. The restoration reaches are also designed to accumulate woody debris by having defined shallow riffles where gravel catches and holds woody debris and leaf packs.Riparian vegetation is functioning in some areas but is not functioning properly along all reaches. Therefore,riparian buffers will be planted out to a minimum of 100 feet(in most of the project out to 200 feet)to improve the riparian vegetation to functioning levels.Bed form diversity will be improved in restoration areas by using a natural riffle-pool sequence from the reference reach to inform design of functioning riffle-pool sequences in constructed channels based on reference reach conditions.This bed form diversity will also further improve aquatic habitat. All these functional parameters are interconnected and ultimately depend on each other to function properly. Therefore, by focusing improvements to these parameters,the restored channels will achieve dynamic equilibrium and provide maximum geomorphic functional uplift. Currently, geomorphologic parameters for parts of reaches RD1, RD2, RD3 and RD4 are not functioning, due to the lack of bedform diversity and livestock impacts;post-restoration these reaches will be functioning. Physicochemical Although this project would promote nutrient and sediment reduction in agricultural areas,it is difficult to measure nutrient and sediment reduction at this project level because they can be affected by so many variables. However, several restoration actions are known to help reduce nutrients and sediment even though they may not be measurable at the project level. These activities include filtering of runoff through buffer areas, the conversion of active livestock fields to forested buffers, and improved denitrification and nutrient uptake through buffer zones. Additional benefits may also come from functional uplift of the lower level stream functions(hydraulics and geomorphology),which will reduce sediment and nutrients in the system through bank stabilization and floodplain reconnection. Temperature regulation will also be improved through the restoration of canopy tree species to the stream buffer areas. Oxygen regulation will occur through two actions: first, the temperature of the water directly impacts the amount of gas held by the water. Therefore, through planting the buffer to shade the channel the temperature is decreased dissolved oxygen is increased. Secondly,the riffle-pool sequence and log structures placed in the stream create mixing zones where oxygen dissolves much faster than the standard exchange rate of oxygen to dissolved oxygen.The processing of organic matter will be improved once healthy riffles are shallow enough to catch twigs and branches that then retain leaves.Many of these physicochemical benefits occur slowly over time and are dependent on multiple variables within the stream ecosystem.Therefore,it is not practical or feasible to directly measure these parameters within the monitoring timeframe of this project. With that said, it is logical to use existing riparian buffer and visual performance standards to demonstrate the positive correlation between geomorphic parameters and physicochemical parameters. For example, as riparian buffer trees grow, as represented in annual monitoring reports, it is anticipated that canopy cover is actively shading the stream channel and reducing water temperature. Biology As mentioned for the physicochemical stream function, it will be difficult to measure the functional uplift of the biological functions at this site within the monitoring period of the project.However,since the life histories of many species likely to benefit from stream and wetland restoration are depending on all the lower-level functions (Hydrology, Hydraulics, Geomorphology, and Physicochemical), benefit to biology over time and in combination with other projects within the watershed is anticipated. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 13 December 2020 Again, there is no substitute for direct biological monitoring, but it is important to understand the hierarchy of the Stream Functions Pyramid Framework in order to help project long-term benefits of the Project, though only categories two and three (hydraulics and geomorphology) will be directly measured during the seven-year monitoring period. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 14 December 2020 5 MITIGATION 5.1 Project Goals and Objectives The purpose of the proposed Bank is to generate compensatory mitigation credits for inclusion in the Feed and Seed Stream Mitigation Bank in the Cape Fear River Basin. Through the comprehensive analysis of the Project's maximum functional uplift using the Stream Functions Pyramid Framework, specific,attainable goals and objectives will be realized by the Project. These goals clearly address the 2009 Cape Fear RBRP to improve water quality to waters draining to the Randleman Lake (listed in Section 2). The project goals address stressors identified in the watershed,and include the following: • Improve water transport from watershed to the channel in a non-erosive manner in a stable channel; • Improve water quality within the restored channel reaches and downstream watercourses by reducing sediment and nutrient loads; • Improve flood flow attenuation on site and downstream by allowing for overbanks flows and connection to the active floodplain; • Improve instream habitat; • Restore and enhance native floodplain vegetation;and • Improve ecological processes by reducing water temperature,improving terrestrial and aquatic habitat,and restoring a native plant community. The project goals will be addressed through the following project objectives: • Design and reconstruct stream channels sized to convey bankfull flows that will maintain a stable dimension, profile, and planform based on modeling, watershed conditions, and reference reach conditions; • Permanently exclude livestock from stream channels and their associated buffers through livestock fencing; • Add in-stream structures and bank stabilization measures to protect restored and enhanced streams; • Install habitat features such as brush toes, constructed riffles, woody materials, and pools of varying depths to restored and enhanced streams; • Reduce bank height ratios and increase entrenchment ratios to reference reach conditions; • Increase forested riparian buffers to at least 100 feet and up to 200 feet along both sides of the channel along the project reaches with a hardwood riparian plant community; • Implement one Engineered Sediment Pack structure to limit inputs from surrounding farming operations, • Treat exotic invasive species;and • Establish a permanent conservation easement on the Project. Anticipated functional uplift,benefits,and improvements within the Project area,as based on the Function Based Framework are outlined in Table 9. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 15 December 2020 Table 9.Functional Benefits and Improvements Level Function Objective Measurement Method Hydrology to transport water from Convert land-use of streams Percent Project drainage Transport of water the watershed to the and their headwaters from area converted to riparian 1 from the watershed to channel in a non- livestock pasture to riparian forest the channel erosive manner forest (indirect measurement) Cross sections Hydraulic Improve flood bank Transport of water in to transport water in a connectivity by reducing Stage Recorders 2 the channel,on the stable non-erosive floodplain,and manner bank height ratios and Bank Height Ratio through the sediments increase entrenchment ratios Entrenchment Ratio Reduce erosion rates and channel stability to reference reach conditions As-built stream profile Geomorphology to create a diverse Transport of wood and Improve bedfonn diversity Cross sections 3 sediment to create bedfonn (pool spacing,percent riffles, diverse bedforms and to achieve dynamic etc.) Visual monitoring dynamic equilibrium equilibrium Increase buffer width to Vegetation plots nearly 200 feet and protect existing buffer to achieve appropriate Vegetation plots Physicochemical° levels for water Unmeasurable (indirect measurement) temperature,dissolved Temperature and oxygen concentration, Objective/Expected Benefit Established conservation 4 oxygen regulation; and other important Establish native hardwood easement protected in processing of organic nutrients including but riparian buffer and exclude perpetuity,installation of matter and nutrients not limited to Nitrogen livestock. fencing and Phosphorus (indirect measurement) Unmeasurable Biology° to achieve functionali Objective/Expected Benefit As-Built Survey(in-direct Biodiversity and life in levels 1-4 to support Improve aquatic habitat measurement) 5 histories of aquatic the life histories of through the installation of life histories and aquatic and riparian habitat features,construction riparian life plants and animals of pools at varying depths, and planting the riparian buffer °These categories are measured indirectly Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 16 December 2020 6 MITIGATION WORK PLAN 6.1 Reference Stream The restoration portions of the Project are currently characterized by agricultural and livestock practices. Physical parameters of the Project were used, as well as other reference materials, to determine the target stream type. The "Classification of the Natural Communities of North Carolina" was also used to narrow the potential community types that would have existed at the Project(Schafale, 2012).From that point,an iterative process was used to finalize the details of the Project design. Targeted reference conditions included the following: • Located within the physiographic region and ecoregion, • Similar land use on site and in the watershed, • Similar soil types on site and in the watershed, • Ideal,undisturbed habitat—several types of woody debris present, • Similar topography, • Similar slope, • Pattern common among Piedmont streams,and • Minimal presence of invasive species. Reference Watershed Characterization The selected reference stream is an Unnamed Tributary (UT)to Muddy Creek just downstream of the Rhapsody Project in Randolph County,NC.The reach that was surveyed and analyzed is approximately 200 feet long. The drainage area for this segment of UT to Muddy Creek is 0.35 square miles (224 acres). The land use in the watershed is characterized as mostly forested(59%) and agriculture (33%) with minor components of residential(3%), open space (2%),impervious(1%), and open water(1%). Site photographs of the reference stream are located in Appendix G. The current State classification for Muddy Creek downstream of the reference reach is WS-IV and CA* (NCDWQ 2012a). WS-IV waters are used as sources of water supply for drinking, culinary, or food processing purposes where a WS-I,II or III classification is not feasible.These waters are also protected for Class C uses. WS-IV waters are generally in moderately to highly developed watersheds or Protected Areas (NCDWQ 2011). It also has been designated as a Critical Area within a designated Critical Supply Watershed that is subject to a special management strategy specified in 15A NCAC 2B .0248. Natural drainage patterns throughout the project watershed have been altered by agricultural production,agricultural ponds,and dredging of the channels. Reference Discharge Several hydrologic models/methods were used to develop a bankfull discharge along with indicators of bankfull stage for the reference site. Existing drainage area, land use, slope, roughness, and cross- sectional area were all factors considered when performing the calculations. Using a combination of Piedmont Regional Curves, in-house spreadsheet tools, and two project specific regional flood frequency analyses,the existing discharge for UT to Muddy Creek was calculated to be approximately 30 cubic feet per second (ft3/s). See Section 6.2 for a more detailed description of the hydrologic analyses performed for this project. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 17 December 2020 Reference Channel Morphology In comparison to the restoration reaches,reference reach UT to Muddy Creek is slightly larger than the designed restoration reaches when comparing pattern, dimension and profile, which is the reason for using a scaling factor for the design. The scaling factor is based on the difference in bankfull width of the reference channel.The designed reach would then have the necessary dimensions of either a smaller or larger stream corresponding to differences in drainage area. Reach UT to Muddy Creek, the reach was typically 9.7 feet wide and 1.1 feet deep.The cross-sectional area was typically around 10.6 square feet with a width to depth ratio around 8.9. Morphological parameters and cross section plots are included in Appendix G. 6.2 Design Parameters Stream Restoration Approach The treatment plan and design approach were developed based on the existing conditions,project goals, and objectives outlined in Sections 3 and 5. The Project will include Priority I and II Restoration and Enhancement Level II. Stream restoration will incorporate the design of a single-thread, meandering channel with parameters based on data taken from a reference site, published empirical relationships, regional curves developed from existing project streams,and NC and VA Regional Curves.Analytical design techniques will also be a crucial element of the project and will be used to determine the design discharge and to verify the overall design. The Conceptual plan is provided in Figure 9. The detailed treatment plan and design approach is as follows: Reach RD1-A An inline restoration is proposed for this reach to address areas of bed instability, bank erosion and incision,and buffer impacts. Restoration activities will include: - Grading a new single thread channel in the existing floodplain, - Removal of concrete in the channel near station 0+75, - Installing log structures to provide grade control and habitat, - Establishing a riffle-pool sequence throughout the new channel, - Installing brush toe protection on meander bends, - Stabilizing banks via live-staking, - Filling the existing channel, - Livestock exclusion, - Riparian planting, - Invasive vegetation treatment. Reach RD1-B An enhancement level II approach is proposed for this reach to address areas of bank erosion and buffer impacts. Enhancement activities will include: - Raising the bed by installing woody riffles between station 1+73 and 3+70, - Removal of metal beams in the channel near station 2+00, - Controlling grade and raising the bed by installing a log sill at station 4+44, - Stabilizing left bank near station 4+60 by installing a brush toe, - Grading the right bank point bar near station 4+60, - Stabilizing right bank near station 5+60 by installing a brush toe, - Stabilizing banks via live-staking, - Livestock exclusion, - Riparian planting, - Invasive vegetation treatment. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 18 December 2020 Reach RD2 A mix of pond removal, inline, and offline restoration is proposed for this reach to address historic impoundment, eroding banks, channel entrenchment, and buffer impacts. Restoration activities will include: - Draining the existing farm impoundment and removing the earthen dam, - Grading a new single thread channel in the existing pond bed, - Raising the bed of the upstream portion of the reach and grading a new single thread channel within the existing channel extents to tie to the existing floodplain, - Grading a new single thread channel in the existing floodplain of the mid- and downstream portions, - Installing log and rock structures to provide grade control and habitat, - Establishing a riffle-pool sequence throughout the reach, - Installing brush toe and stone toe protection on meander bends, - Stabilizing banks via live-staking, - Filling the existing channel, - Livestock exclusion, - Riparian planting, - Invasive vegetation treatment. Reach RD3-A An enhancement level II approach is proposed for this reach to address areas of bank instability and buffer impacts. Enhancement activities will include: - Stabilizing the right bank by installing a brush toe near station 0+40, - Stabilizing banks via live-staking, - Filling the existing channel, - Livestock exclusion, - Riparian planting, - Invasive vegetation treatment. Reach RD3-B An inline restoration approach is proposed for this reach to address eroding banks, channel entrenchment,and buffer impacts. Restoration activities will include: - Raising the bed of the existing reach and grading a new single thread channel within the existing channel extents to tie to the existing floodplain, - Installing log structures to provide grade control and habitat, - Establishing a riffle-pool sequence throughout the reach, - Installing brush toe protection on meander bends, - Stabilizing banks via live-staking, - Filling the existing channel, - Livestock exclusion, - Riparian planting, - Invasive vegetation treatment. Reach RD4-A An enhancement level II approach is proposed for this reach to address areas of bank instability and buffer impacts. Enhancement activities will include: - Stabilizing banks via live-staking, - Removing trash near station 0+50, - Install an Engineered Sediment Pack just above the reach to limit inputs from the upstream agricultural land, - Livestock exclusion, Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 19 December 2020 - Riparian planting, - Invasive vegetation treatment. Reach RD4-B An offline,priority II restoration approach is proposed for this portion of the reach to address eroding banks,channel entrenchment,and buffer impacts. Restoration activities will include: - Grading a floodplain in the existing valley, - Grading a new single thread channel in the new floodplain, - Installing log structures to provide grade control and habitat, - Establishing a riffle-pool sequence throughout the reach, - Stabilizing banks via live-staking, - Filling the existing channel, - Livestock exclusion, - Riparian planting, - Invasive vegetation treatment. Reach RD5 Buffer restoration is being proposed to address buffer impacts. Stream work is also proposed to address head-cuts and eroding banks.Buffer activities will include: - Stabilizing banks via live-staking, - Stabilizing head-cuts via grading,matting,and live-staking, - Stabilizing erosional features in the buffer area via grading,matting, and seeding, - Removing trash near station 0+20, - Livestock exclusion, - Riparian planting, - Invasive vegetation treatment. Reach RD6 Buffer enhancement and restoration is being proposed to address buffer impacts.Buffer activities will include: - Stabilizing banks via live-staking, - Removing trash near station 0+70, - Livestock exclusion, - Riparian planting. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 20 December 2020 Data Analysis Stream Hydrologic Analysis Hydrologic evaluations were performed for the design reaches using multiple methods to determine and validate the design bankfull discharge and channel geometry required to provide regular floodplain inundation. The use of various methods allows for comparison of results and eliminates reliance on a single model. Peak flows(Table 10)and corresponding channel cross sectional areas were determined for comparison to design parameters using the following methods: • Regional Flood Frequency Analysis,and • NC and VA Regional Curves for the Rural Piedmont. Regional Flood Frequency Analysis Two flood frequency analyses were completed for the study region using historic gauge data on all nearby USGS gauges.The first utilized gauges with drainage areas less than 6,400 acres(10 mi2)which passed the Dalrymple homogeneity test(Dalrymple, 1960). The second utilized gauges with drainage areas less than 1,280 acres (2 mi2). These are both subsets of gauges used for USGS regression equations. Regional flood frequency equations were developed for the 1.1- and 1.5-year peak discharges based on the gauge data. Discharges were then computed for the design reach. These discharges were compared to those predicted by the discharge regional curves. Regional Curve Regression Equations The North Carolina Piedmont regional curves by Harman et al. (1999) and Doll et al. (2002) and the Virginia Rural Piedmont regional curves by Lotspeich (2009) for discharge were used to predict the bankfull discharge for the Project. The NC regional curves predicted flows that are similar to those predicted by the 1.5-year flood frequency, while the VA curves are much lower, approximately half those predicted by the 1.1-year flood frequency. The regional curve equations for NC and VA: (1) Qbk=89.04*(DA)073 (Harman et al., 1999) (2) Qbf=91.62*(DA)071 (Doll et al.,2002) (3) Qbk=43.895*(DA)°9472 (Lotspeich,2009) Where Qbkf=bankfull discharge (ft3/s)and DA=drainage area(mi2). Table 10. Peak Flow Comparison Reach Drainage Small DA Q Small DA FF NC Regions NC Regional A Regional Design Q Area(ac) FFQ Qi.i Qi.i FFQ Qis Qi Curve Q(1) ICurve Q(2) Curve Q(3) RD1-A 84 12 13 19 22 20 22 6 9 RD2(US) 27 5 5 8 9 9 10 2 5 RD2(MS) 54 9 9 13 16 15 16 4 9 RD2(DS) 73 11 11 17 20 18 20 6 11 RD3 7 2 2 3 4 3 4 1 3 RD4-B 15 4 4 5 6 6 6 1 4 Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 21 December 2020 Sediment Transport Analysis An erosion and sedimentation analysis was performed to confirm that the restoration design creates a stable gravel bed channel that neither aggrades nor degrades over time. Typically, sediment transport is assessed to determine a stream's ability to move a specific grain size at specified flows. Various sediment transport equations are applied when estimating entrainment for sand and gravel bed streams found in the Piedmont. The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) report, Stability Thresholds for Stream Restoration Materials (Fischenich, 2001), was used to obtain permissible shear stresses and velocities. Data found in this document was obtained from multiple sources using different testing conditions. The following methods and published documents were utilized during the sediment transport analysis: • Permissible Shear Stress Approach,and • Permissible Velocity Approach. Shear Stress Approach Shear stress is a commonly used tool for assessing channel stability.Allowable channel shear stresses are a function of bed slope, channel shape, flows, bed material (shape, size, and gradation), cohesiveness of bank materials, vegetative cover, and incoming sediment load. The shear stress approach compares calculated shear stresses to those found in the literature. Critical shear stress is the shear stress required to initiate motion of the channels median particle size (D50). Table 11. Comparison of Allowable and Proposed Shear Stresses .. Proposed Bed Shear Existing Critical Allowable She}Stres Reach Stress at Bankfull Stage Shear Stress (lbs/ft2) I (lbs/ft2) Sand(lbs/ft2) oarse (lb s/ft zav Vegetation ) (lbs/ft) RD1-A 0.20 0.02 0.02 to.075 0.33 to 0.67 0.7 to 1.7 RD2(US) 0.40 0.02 0.02 to.075 0.33 to 0.67 0.7 to 1.7 RD2(MS) 0.35 0.51 0.02 to.075 0.33 to 0.67 0.7 to 1.7 RD2(DS) 0.36 0.08 0.02 to.075 0.33 to 0.67 0.7 to 1.7 RD3 0.33 0.02 0.02 to.075 0.33 to 0.67 0.7 to 1.7 RD4-B 0.27 0.02 0.02 to.075 0.33 to 0.67 0.7 to 1.7 1(Fischenich,2001) Review of the above table shows that the proposed bed shear stresses for the Project design reaches are above the critical shear stress of the existing channel material. Therefore, all proposed riffles will be supplemented with a substrate mix that has a critical shear stress greater than the proposed bed shear stress at bankfull. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 22 December 2020 Velocity Approach Published data are readily available that provide entrainment velocities for different bed and bank materials. A comparison of calculated velocities to these permissible velocities is a simple method to aid in the verification of channel stability. Table 12 compares the proposed velocities calculated using Manning's equation with the permissible velocities. Table 12. Comparison of Permissible and Proposed Velocities Reach Manning's"n" Design Velocity Proposed Bed Permissible Velocity2 Valuer (ft/s) Material (ft/sec) RD1-A 0.045 1.7 Coarse gravel 2.5-6 RD2(US) 0.045 2.3 Coarse gravel 2.5-6 RD2(MS) 0.045 2.3 Coarse gravel 2.5-6 RD2(DS) 0.045 2.3 Coarse gravel 2.5-6 RD3 0.045 2.0 Coarse gravel 2.5-6 RD4-B 0.045 1.8 Coarse gravel 2.5-6 '(Chow,1959) 2(Fischenich,2001) Sediment Supply In addition to the stability assessment, a qualitative analysis of sediment supply was performed by characterizing watershed conditions. A combination of field reconnaissance and windshield surveys, existing land use data, and historical aerial photography were analyzed to assess existing and past watershed conditions to determine if any changes occurred that would significantly impact sediment supply. There is significant instability and erosion along the channels, which appear to be a result of historic livestock activity and agricultural activities occurring up to and along channel banks and not from watershed activities.It is anticipated that sediment supply from agricultural land adjacent to the project will decrease as buffers are enhanced and widened and channels are stabilized and realigned. 6.3 Sediment Control Measures A suite of sediment control measures will be utilized for the Project to reduce direct effluent inputs, pollutant contamination, and sediment loading. The combination of the following sediment control measures: riparian buffer planting, bank stabilization, stream restoration, livestock exclusion, and livestock watering facilities,will ultimately lead to the functional uplift of the site,while still allowing livestock production to persist through the installation of alternative water sources. Additionally, the installation of five Engineered Sediment Packs will regulate upstream runoff coming into RD2, RD3, and RD4. The Engineered Sediment Packs will attenuate peak sediment loading by reducing velocities and filtering runoff from the upstream agricultural land. The riparian buffer will be restored along all project reaches. Restored riparian buffers are established adjacent to and up-gradient from watercourses of water bodies to improve water quality. Buffers will be protected from livestock by installing fencing along all project boundaries. 6.4 Vegetation and Planting Plan Plant Community Restoration The restoration of the plant communities is an important aspect of the restoration Project. The selection Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 23 December 2020 of plant species is based on what was observed at the reference reach, species present in the forest surrounding the restoration Project, and what is typically native to the area. Several sources of information were used to determine the most appropriate species for the restoration project. The reference stream is located within a disturbed Piedmont Alluvial Forest. Dominant species included sweetgum,red maple, tulip poplar,American beech,pignut hickory, eastern red cedar, green ash, and boxelder.The reference site was chosen due to the stability of the channel,the physical structure of the forest community,and to evaluate stream habitat. There will be two planting communities within the project to ensure species are distributed within areas that are amenable to them. The primary riparian planting community (Zone 1; 18.13 ac) will be a Piedmont Alluvial Forest along the majority of the Project reaches and upland areas. A secondary planting community(Zone 2; 2.49 ac)will be a Piedmont Headwater Stream Forest within the largest wetlands on-site,as well as within the pond footprint to focus more hydrophilic species in those areas. The target communities,and their respective planting areas,are shown in Appendix H and Figure 11. The plant species list has been developed and can be found in Table 13. Species with high dispersal rates are not included because of locally occurring, adjacent seed sources and the high potential for natural regeneration.The high dispersal species include red maple and sweetgum.In disturbed settings, these species tend to dominate, so while these species could be counted towards success, they should be monitored to ensure they do not outcompete the other proposed species. The restoration of plant communities along the Project will provide stabilization and diversity. For rapid stabilization of the stream banks(primarily outside meanders),silky dogwood(Cornus amomum), eastern cottonwood (Populus deltoides) and black willow (Salix nigra) were chosen for live stakes along the restored channels. Willows grow at a faster rate than the species planted around them, providing faster bank stabilization and contribution of organic matter to the channel than the other planted woody species.As the community matures,the willows will slowly stop growing or die out as the other species outgrow them and create shade that the willows do not tolerate.The live stake species will be planted along the outside of the meander bends to three feet from the top of bank, creating a three-foot section along the top of bank. The live stakes will be spaced at least one per three linear feet with alternate spacing vertically. It is anticipated that the construction will be completed in the spring;therefore,vegetation planting will be completed by March 15, and there will be at least 180 days until the initiation of the first year of monitoring.Furthermore,any replanting that may occur throughout the monitoring phase of the Project will occur between November 15 and March 15, per the October 2016 USACE/NCIRT monitoring guidance. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 24 December 2020 Table 13. Proposed Plant List le Species Common Name Wetland Spacing' nit Type Zone Zone Indicator 1 % 2 % Status ill Platanus occidentalis Sycamore FACW 9x6 Bare root 20 20 Betula nigra River birch OBL 9x6 Bare root 15 20 Quercus phellos Willow oak FAC 9x6 Bare root 15 10 Quercus alba White oak FACU 9x6 Bare root 10 0 Quercus rubra Northern red oak FACU 9x6 Bare root 10 0 Quercus shumardii Shumard oak FAC 9x6 Bare root 10 10 Cercis canadensis Eastern red bud FACU 9x6 Bare root 10 0 Cornus Florida Flowering dogwood FACU 9x6 Bare root 10 0 Cephalathus occidentalis Buttonbush OBL 9x6 Bare root 0 20 Quercus lyrata Overcup oak OBL 9x6 Bare root 0 20 Live Staking and Live Cuttings Bundle Tree Species Species Common Name %of Total Species Composition Salix nigra Black willow 40 Cornus amomum Silky dogwood 30 Populus deltoides Eastern cottonwood 30 On Site Invasive Species Management Treatment for invasive species will be required within all grading limits associated with stream restoration.Invasive species will require different and multiple treatment methods,depending on plant phenology and the location of the species being treated.All treatment will be conducted as to maximize its effectiveness and reduce chances of detriment to surrounding native vegetation.Treatment methods will include mechanical (cutting with loppers, clippers, or chain saw) and chemical (foliar spray, cut stump, and hack and squirt techniques). Plants containing mature,viable seeds,will be removed from the Project and properly disposed. All herbicide applicators will be supervised by a certified ground pesticide applicator with a North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDA&CS)license and adhere to all legal and safety requirements according to herbicide labels,and NC and Federal laws.Management records will be kept on the plant species treated,type of treatment employed, type of herbicide used, application technique, and herbicide concentration and quantities used. These records will be included in all reporting documents. Soil Restoration After construction activities,the subsoil will be scarified,and any compaction will be deep tilled before the topsoil is placed back over the Project. Any topsoil that is removed during construction will be stockpiled and placed over the Project during final soil preparation.Additionally,any unstable material identified in the pond bed will be removed and replaced with material suitable for stream construction. These processes should provide favorable soil conditions for plant growth throughout the Project.Rapid establishment of vegetation will provide natural stabilization for the Project. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 25 December 2020 6.5 Mitigation Summary Natural channel design techniques have been used to develop the restoration designs described in this document. The combination of the analog and analytical design methods was determined to be appropriate for this Project because the watershed is rural, the causes of disturbance are known and have been abated,and there are minimal infrastructure constraints.The original design parameters were developed from the measured analog/reference reach data and applied to the subject stream. The parameters were then analyzed and adjusted through an iterative process using analytical tools and numerical simulations of fluvial processes. The designs presented in this report provide for the restoration of natural Piedmont gravel-bed channel features and stream bed diversity to improve benthic habitat. The proposed design will allow flows that exceed the design bankfull stage to spread out over the floodplain. The majority of the existing stream will be filled using material excavated from the restoration channel. Where possible, segments will be left partially filled to provide habitat diversity and flood storage. Native woody material will be installed throughout the restored reach to reduce bank stress, provide grade control,and increase habitat diversity. Forested riparian buffers will be established along the Project reaches. An appropriate riparian plant community(Piedmont Alluvial Forest)will be established to include a diverse mix of species.The plant species list has been developed and can be found in Table 13. Although there is one planting zone, certain targeted species will be planted in the appropriate target community location. Replanting of native species will occur where the existing buffer is impacted during construction. A combination of sediment control measures will be used on site; riparian buffer planting, bank stabilization, stream restoration, livestock exclusions, and livestock watering facilities. This combination of sediment control measures will ultimately lead to the functional uplift of the site by minimizing sedimentation, nutrient input, and fecal coliform input from ongoing livestock and agricultural production outside of the conservation easement. Due to the nature of the project, complete avoidance of stream and wetland impacts is not possible. Proposed permanent stream impacts will be due to stream relocation and temporary impacts will be due to structure placement to improve long-term stability of the stream. Wetland impacts associated with restoration and enhancement efforts will be both permanent and temporary,though small.However,it is anticipated that the Project will result in net positive wetland area and overall function due to increased hydrology from raising bed elevations and relocating channels within natural valleys. All stream,wetland, and buffer impacts will be accounted for in the Pre-Construction Notification(PCN) form. 6.6 Determination of Credits Mitigation credits presented in Table 14 are projections based upon project design (Figure 9). The upstream-most 145 linear feet of the restoration of Reach RD2 is not currently being claimed for credit. The beginning to restoration credit is located at a drop in the proposed profile and in the deepest portion of the existing pond. The drainage area to this point is 17 acres(0.03 mi2). The flow in this portion of RD2 will be monitored to determine if the reach meets the intermittent definition.Upon completion of construction,the project components and credits data will only be revised to be consistent with the as- built condition if there is a large discrepancy and with an approved mitigation plan addendum. This will be approved by the USACE. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 26 December 2020 Table 14.Mitigation Credits iii Totals 2,489.200 Stream Mitigation Existing Mitigation Reach Mitigation Type Proposed Stationing Length engt SMUs 1 (LF) ELT') Ratio RIM-A Restoration 0+02 to 1+76 183 174 1.0:1 174.000 RD1-B Enhancement II 1+76 to 7+64 588 588 2.5:1 235.200 RD2 Restoration,Pond 0+0 to 1+45 N/A 145 0:1* 0.000 RD2 Restoration 1+45 to 19+49 1,756 1.799 1.0:1 1,799.000 RD3-A Enhancement II 0+0 to 1+04 104 104 2.5:1 41.600 RD3-B Restoration 1+04 to 2+05 71 101 1.0:1 101.000 RD4-A Enhancement II 0+0 to 0+61 61 61 2.5:1 24.400 RD4-B Restoration 0+61 to 1+75 160 114 1.0:1 114.000 RD5 No Credit 0+0 to 1+19 119 119 0:1 0.000 RD6 No Credit 0+22 to 1+79 157 157 0:1 0.000 Totals 3,199 3,362 2,489.200 *Credit on the pond portion of RD2 will not be claimed until flow requirements for intermittent definition have been met Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 27 December 2020 7 PERFORMANCE STANDARDS The success criteria for the Project will follow accepted and approved performance standards presented in the 2016 USACE Wilmington District Stream and Wetland Compensatory Mitigation Update and subsequent agency guidance. Specific success criteria components are presented below. 7.1 Stream Success Criteria Bankfull Events Four bankfull flow events must be documented within the seven-year monitoring period. The bankfull events must occur in separate years.Otherwise,the stream monitoring will continue until four bankfull events have been documented in separate years. Surface Flow Intermittent stream reaches will be monitored to document at least intermittent surface flow and the maintenance of an Ordinary High-Water Mark (OHWM). This will be accomplished through direct observation and the use of automatic-logging pressure transducers with data loggers (flow gauge). Reaches must demonstrate a minimum of 30 consecutive days of flow at any point during the year. A flow gauge will be placed in the upper third of RD1-A, the non-credited portion of RD2, RD2, the upper third of RD3 and the upper third of RD4-A. Cross Sections There should be little change in as-built cross sections. If changes do take place, they should be evaluated to determine if they represent a movement toward a less stable condition(for example down- cutting or erosion) or are minor changes that represent an increase in stability (for example settling, vegetative changes, deposition along the banks,or decrease in width/depth ratio). Cross sections shall be classified using the Rosgen stream classification method, and all monitored cross sections should fall within the quantitative parameters defined for channels of the design stream type.Bank height ratio shall not exceed 1.2, and the entrenchment ratio shall be no less than 2.2 within restored riffle cross sections(for C and E streams). Digital Image Stations Digital images will be used to subjectively evaluate channel aggradation or degradation,bank erosion, success of riparian vegetation, and effectiveness of erosion control measures. Longitudinal images should not indicate the absence of developing bars within the channel or an excessive increase in channel depth. Lateral images should not indicate excessive erosion or continuing degradation of the banks over time. A series of images over time should indicate successional maturation of riparian vegetation. Cross section, vegetation plot, stage recorder, and flow gauge locations will be used as permanent digital image stations. 7.2 Vegetation Success Criteria Specific and measurable success criteria for plant density within the riparian buffers on the Project will follow IRT Guidance. The interim measures of vegetative success for the Project will be the survival of at least 320 planted three-year old trees per acre at the end of Year 3, a minimum of 260 five-year old trees at 7 feet in height at the end of Year 5,and the final vegetative success criteria will be 210 trees per acre with an average height of 10 feet at the end of Year 7. Volunteer trees will be counted, identified to species, and included in the yearly monitoring reports. In order for a volunteer tree to count towards success criteria,it must be a species on the approved planting list and be present for at least two growing seasons.Moreover,any single species can only account for up to 50 percent of the required number of stems within any vegetation plot.Any stems in excess of 50 percent will be shown in the monitoring table but will not be used to demonstrate success. Additionally, invasive species will be monitored and controlled to under five percent of the easement area. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 28 December 2020 8 MONITORING PLAN Monitoring will be conducted for seven years post-construction. Annual monitoring data will be reported using the IRT monitoring template. The monitoring report shall provide a project data chronology that will facilitate an understanding of project status and trends, research purposes, and assist in decision making regarding project close-out.Monitoring reports will be prepared annually and submitted to the USACE. Monitoring of the Project will adhere to metrics and performance standards established by the USACE's April 2003 Wilmington District Stream Mitigation Guidelines and the IRT's October 2016 Wilmington District Stream and Wetland Compensatory Mitigation Update.Table 15 outlines the links between project goals,objectives,and treatments and their associated monitoring metrics and performance standards. The monitoring plan is presented in Figure 11. 8.1 As-Built Survey An as-built survey will be conducted following construction to document channel size,condition, and location.The survey will include a complete profile of thalweg,water surface,bankfull,and top of bank to compare with future geomorphic data. Longitudinal profiles will not be required in annual monitoring reports unless requested by USACE. 8.2 Visual Monitoring Visual monitoring of all mitigation areas will be conducted a minimum of twice per monitoring year by qualified individuals.The visual assessments will include vegetation density,vigor,invasive species, and easement encroachments. Visual assessments of stream stability will include a complete stream walk and structure inspection. Digital images will be taken at fixed representative locations to record each monitoring event, as well as any noted problem areas or areas of concern. Fixed image locations will exist at each cross section,each vegetation plot,each stage recorder,and each flow gauge.Results of visual monitoring will be presented in a plan view exhibit with a brief description of problem areas and digital images. Photographs will be used to subjectively evaluate channel aggradation or degradation, bank erosion, success of riparian vegetation, and effectiveness of erosion control measures.Longitudinal photos should indicate the absence of developing bars within the channel or an excessive increase in channel depth.Lateral photos should not indicate excessive erosion or continuing degradation of the banks over time. A series of photos over time should indicate successional maturation of riparian vegetation. 8.3 Hydrology Events Continuous stage recorders, a combination of manual crest gauges and automatic-logging pressure transducers, will be installed to document the height and frequency of bankfull events on Priority 1 Restoration reaches. A minimum of one gauge will be installed on each tributary that is greater than 1,000 feet in length, with one gauge required for every 5,000 feet of length on each tributary and a maximum of five gauges per tributary. Where restoration or enhancement activities are proposed for intermittent streams,monitoring flow gauges should be installed to track the frequency and duration of stream flow events. Specifically, a stage recorder will be installed on the lower third of reach RD2. Additionally, flow gauges, an automatic-logging pressure transducer, will be installed on the upper third of reaches RD1-A,the non-credited portion of RD2,RD2, RD3-A and RD4-A to document flow conditions. 8.4 Cross Sections Permanent cross sections will be installed at approximately one per 20 bankfull widths with half in pools and half in riffle on all Restoration reaches. Morphological data will be measured and recorded for all cross-sections; however, only riffle cross sections will include bank height ratio and entrenchment ratio measurements. A total of 18 cross sections are proposed across the Project. These cross sections will be monitored in Years 1,2, 3, 5,and 7. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 29 December 2020 8.5 Vegetation Monitoring Vegetation monitoring plots will be 100 square meters,or 0.025 acres,in size and cover a minimum of two percent of the planted area. There will be 17 plots within the planted area(20.94 acres). Plots will be a mixture of fixed and random plots, with twelve fixed plots and five random plots. Planted area indicates all area in the easement that will be planted with trees.Existing wooded areas are not included in the planted area; however, these areas will be planted with supplemental trees in disturbed areas where existing tree density is insufficient. The following data will be recorded for all trees in the fixed plots: species, height, planting date (or volunteer), and grid location. For random plots, species and height will be recorded for all woody stems. The location (GPS coordinates and orientation) of the random plots will be identified in the annual monitoring reports. Vegetation will be planted and plots established at least 180 days prior to the initiation of the first year of monitoring.Monitoring will occur in Years 1, 2, 3, 5, and 7 between July 1st and leaf drop. Any revegetation or replanting should be conducted between November 15th and March 15th. Invasive and noxious species will be monitored so that none become dominant or alter the desired community structure of the Project. If necessary, RES will develop a species-specific treatment plan. 8.6 Scheduling/Reporting A baseline monitoring report and as-built drawings documenting stream restoration activities will be developed within 60 days of the planting completion on the Project. The report will include all information required by IRT mitigation plan guidelines, including elevations, photographs and sampling plot locations,gauge locations,and a description of initial species composition by community type. The report will also include a list of the species planted and the associated densities. Baseline vegetation monitoring will include species,height,date of planting,and grid location of each stem.The baseline report will follow USACE guidelines. The monitoring program will be implemented to document system development and progress toward achieving the success criteria. The restored stream morphology will be assessed to determine the success of the mitigation.The monitoring program will be undertaken for seven years or until the final success criteria are achieved,whichever is longer. Monitoring reports must be completed for all seven years. Monitoring reports will be prepared in the fall of each year and submitted to the IRT no later than April 1st of the year. The monitoring reports will include all information and be in the format required by USACE. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 30 December 2020 Table 15.Monitoring Requirements reatmen utcome Monitoring Performance Standard Metric To transport Convert land-use Improve the water from the of Project transport of watershed to reaches from water from the the channel in cropland to watershed to the NA NA a non-erosive riparian forest Project reaches in a non-erosive manner way Stage recorders: Four bankfull events occurring in Reduce bank Inspected separate height ratios Imprboaveflood quarterly years nk To transport increase Flow gauge: At least 30 days of continuous water in a entrenchment connectivity by Inspected y stable non- ratios b reducing bank flow each year quarterly y height ratios and erosive reconstructing Entrenchment ratio shall be no increase Cross sections: manner channels to entrenchment Surve ed in less than 2.2 within restored mimic reference y reaches reach conditions ratios yeand 7 3 5 Bank height ratio shall not exceed 1.2 As-built stream NA profile Reduce erosion Establish a rates and Cross sections: Entrenchment ratio shall be no riparian buffer to channel stability Surveyed in less than 2.2 within restored reduce erosion to reference reaches To create a and sediment reach conditions years 1,2,3,5 Bank height ratio shall not exceed diverse transport into and 7 1.2 bedform project streams. Improve Visual Identifyand document significant Establish stable bedform g To achieve banks with live diversity(pool monitoring: stream problem areas;i.e. dynamic Performed at stakes,erosion spacing,percent erosion,degradation, equilibrium control matting, riffles,etc. least aggradation,etc. and other in semiannually Vegetation plots: stream structures. Increase buffer MY 1-3:320 trees/acre width to 50 feet Surveyed in MY 5:260 trees/acre(7 ft.tall) years 1,2,3,5 MY 7:210 trees/acre(10 ft.tall) and 7 To achieve Vegetation plots: appropriate Improve stream Surveyed in MY 1-3:320 trees/acre years 1,2,3,5 levels for temperature MY 5:260 trees/acre(7 ft.tall) an7 water regulation (indirect MY 7:210 trees/acre(10 ft.tall) temperature, through dissolved introduction of measurement) Visual oxygen concentration, Plant or protect canopy assessment of riparian buffer established and other Decrease important nutrient loading conservation Inspect signage. nutrients through signage: Identify and document any including but filtration of Performed at damaged or missing not limited to planted riparian least signs Nitrogen and buffer semiannually Phosphorus (indirect measurement) °This category is measured indirectly Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 31 December 2020 9 INVASIVE SPECIES PLAN Annual monitoring and semi-annual site visits will be conducted to assess the condition of the finished project. These inspections may identify the presence of invasive vegetation. RES will treat invasive species vegetation within the project area and provide remedial action on a case-by-case basis.Common invasive species vegetation, such as Chinese privet, multiflora rose, tree-of-heaven, and Japanese honeysuckle, will be treated to allow native plants to become established within the conservation easement.Invasive species vegetation will be treated by approved mechanical and/or chemical methods such that the percent composition of exotic/invasive species is less than five percent of the total riparian buffer area.Any control methods requiring herbicide application will be performed in accordance with NC Department of Agriculture (NCDA)rules and regulations. If areas of invasive species exist within the easement,they will be monitored yearly as part of the monitoring protocol and treated if necessary. If required,problem areas will continue to be treated until the project easement shows overall trending towards meeting all monitoring requirements. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 32 December 2020 10 MAINTENANCE PLAN The Project will be monitored on a regular basis and a physical inspection will be conducted a minimum of once per year throughout the post construction monitoring period until performance standards are met.These site inspections may identify site components and features that require routine maintenance. Routine maintenance should be expected most often in the first two years following site construction and may include the following: Table 16.Maintenance Plan Component/F=11=1 Maintenance through project close-out Stream Routine channel maintenance and repair activities may include chinking of in-stream structures to prevent piping, securing of loose coir matting, and supplemental installations of live stakes and other target vegetation along the channel.Areas where stormwater and floodplain flows intercept the channel may also require maintenance to prevent bank failures and head-cutting. Stream maintenance activities will be documented and reported in annual monitoring reports. Stream maintenance will continue through the monitoring period. Vegetation Vegetation shall be maintained to ensure the health and vigor of the targeted plant community. Routine vegetation maintenance and repair activities may include supplemental planting, pruning, mulching, and fertilizing. Exotic invasive plant species shall be treated by mechanical and/or chemical methods. Any vegetation control requiring herbicide application will be performed in accordance with NC Department of Agriculture (NCDA)rules and regulations. Vegetation maintenance activities will be documented and reported in annual monitoring reports.Vegetation maintenance will continue through the monitoring period. Project Boundary Project boundaries shall be identified in the field to ensure clear distinction between the mitigation site and adjacent properties. Boundaries will be marked with signs identifying the property as a mitigation site and will include the name of the long- term steward and a contact number.Boundaries may be identified by fence,marker, bollard, post, tree-blazing, or other means as allowed by site conditions and/or conservation easement.Boundary markers disturbed,damaged,or destroyed will be repaired and/or replaced on an as-needed basis. Easement monitoring and staking/signage maintenance will continue in perpetuity as a stewardship activity. Livestock Fence Livestock fencing is to be placed outside the easement limits.Maintenance of fencing is the responsibility of the landowner after the project has closed out. Beaver Routine site visits and monitoring will be used to determine if beaver management is needed. If beaver activity poses a threat to project stability or vegetative success, RES will trap beavers and remove impoundments as needed.All beaver management activities will be documented and included in annual monitoring reports. Beaver monitoring and management will continue through the monitoring period. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 33 December 2020 11 ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT PLAN Upon completion of project construction, RES will implement the post-construction monitoring protocols previously defined in this document. Project maintenance will be performed as described previously in this document. If,during the course of annual monitoring,it is determined that the site's ability to achieve site performance standards are jeopardized, RES will notify the USACE of the need to develop a Plan of Corrective Action.If beaver activity poses a threat to project stability or vegetative success,RES will trap beavers and remove impoundments as needed.All beaver management activities will be documented and included in annual monitoring reports. Once the Corrective Action Plan is prepared and finalized RES will: 1. Notify the USACE as required by the Nationwide 27 permit general conditions. 2. Revise performance standards, maintenance requirements, and monitoring requirements as necessary and/or required by the USACE. 3. Obtain other permits as necessary. 4. Prepare Corrective Action Plan for review and approval by IRT. 5. Implement the Corrective Action Plan. 6. Provide the IRT a Record Drawing of Corrective Actions.This document shall depict the extent and nature of the work performed. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 34 December 2020 12 CREDIT RELEASE SCHEDULE All credit releases will be based on the total credit generated as reported in the approved mitigation plan of the site. Under no circumstances shall any mitigation project be debited until the necessary Department of the Army (DA) authorization has been received for its construction or the District Engineer (DE) has otherwise provided written approval for the project in the case where no DA authorization is required for construction of the mitigation project. The DE, in consultation with the IRT,will determine if performance standards have been satisfied sufficiently to meet the requirements of the release schedules below. In cases where some performance standards have not been met,credits may still be released depending on the specifics of the case. Monitoring may be required to restart or be extended,depending on the extent to which the site fails to meet the specified performance standard. The release of Project credits will be subject to the criteria described in Table 17. 12.1 Initial Allocation of Released Credits The initial allocation of released credits,as specified in the mitigation plan can be released by the IRT with written approval of the DE upon satisfactory completion of the following activities: 1. Execution of the(U)MBI by the Sponsor and the USACE; 2. Approval of the final mitigation plan; 3. Mitigation site must be secured; 4. Delivery of financial assurances; 5. Recordation of the long-term protection mechanism and title opinion acceptable to the USACE; 6. Issuance of the 404-permit verification for construction of the site,if required. 7. Documentation of the establishment of the long-term endowment/escrow account 12.2 Subsequent Credit Releases The second credit release will occur after the completion of implementation of the Mitigation Plan and IRT approval of the Baseline Monitoring Report and As-built Survey. All subsequent credit releases must be approved by the DE, in consultation with the IRT, based on a determination that required performance standards have been achieved. As projects approach milestones associated with credit release, the Sponsor will submit a request for credit release to the DE along with documentation substantiating achievement of criteria required for release to occur.This documentation will be included with the annual monitoring report. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 35 December 2020 Table 17. Stream Credit Release Schedule tre, •dit Release Schedule Release Interim Total Milestone Credit Release Activity Release Released 1 Site Establishment(includes all required criteria stated above) 15% 15% 2 Baseline Monitoring Report and As-built Survey 15% 30% 3 First year monitoring report demonstrates performance 10% 40% standards are being met. 4 Second year monitoring report demonstrates performance 10% 50% standards are being met. 5 Third year monitoring report demonstrates performance 10% 60% standards are being met. Fourth year monitoring report demonstrates performance 5% 65% 6 standards are being met. (75%**) Fifth year monitoring report demonstrates performance 10% 75% standards are being met. (85%**) Sixth year monitoring report demonstrates performance 5% 80% 8 standards are being met. (90%**) Seventh year monitoring report demonstrates performance 10% 90% 9 standards are being met,and project has received close-out (100%**) approval. **10%reserve of credits to be held back until the bankfull event performance standard has been met. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 36 December 2020 13 LONG-TERM MANAGEMENT PLAN Upon approval of the Project by the IRT,the Project will be transferred to Unique Places To Save: Unique Places to Save (919)428-2040 PO Box 1183 Chapel Hill,NC 27514 www.UP2Suniqueplacestosave.org Unique Places To Save (UP2S)will be responsible for periodic inspection of the Project to ensure that restrictions required in the Conservation Easement or the deed restriction document(s) are upheld. Easements held by the UP2S are stewarded in general accordance with the guidelines published by the National Land Trust Alliance. These guidelines include annual monitoring visits to easements and related communication with the landowner(s). During the visit a standard report is completed and pictures taken for the record. If violation of the easement terms is found within the Project area,UP2S works with the landowner to ensure the problem is rectified. When appropriate UP2S pursues legal action to enforce the easement terms.UP2S typically requires the Project developer to install standard UP2S signage as part of the easement transfer package. This includes well marked corners of the easement boundary,as well as plastic or metal signs identifying the easement.The current sign standard is a six-inch by six-inch aluminum sign with contact information. Signs are refreshed as needed. Typically,a sign will last five to ten years before it is no longer legible due to fading from the sun. UP2S requires an endowment for each easement it agrees to hold. Endowments are sized so that the interest from the principal will pay the expected monitoring costs for that easement. This assumes a seven-year monitoring period for the Project during which UP2S will not incur any expenses. It also assumes a five percent annual return. This flat fee includes a property walkthrough, report, pictures, sign installation, etc. Funding will be provided upfront to UP2S upon the easement closing in the amount of$39,242.86.This fee ensures annual Site inspections occur and the terms of the conservation easement are legally defended into perpetuity. An overview of the UP2S Easement Stewardship program and the details on the specific endowment fee is included in Appendix C. Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 37 December 2020 14 FINANCIAL ASSURANCES CONFIDENTIAL The Sponsor will provide financial assurances in the form of a $506,000 Construction Performance Bond to the USACE to assure completion of mitigation construction and planting. Construction and planting costs are estimated to be at or below$506,000 based on the Engineer's construction materials estimate and recent bid tabulation unit costs for construction materials. Following completion of construction and planting the Construction Performance Bond will be retired and a $207,000 Maintenance and Monitoring Performance Bond will be provided to assure completion of seven years of monitoring and reporting, and any remedial work required during the monitoring period. The $207,000 amount includes contingency and estimated monitoring costs from the Engineer. The Maintenance and Monitoring Performance Bond will be reduced by $29,500 following approval of each annual monitoring report. The Maintenance and Monitoring Performance Bond will be retired in total following official notice of site close-out from the IRT.Financial assurances shall be payable to a standby trust or other designee at the direction of the obligee.Financial assurances structured to provide funds to the USACE in the event of default by the Bank Sponsor are not acceptable. A financial assurance must be in the form that ensures that the USACE receives notification at least 120 days in advance of any termination or revocation. The Performance Bonds will be provided by a surety listed with the U.S. Treasury and has an A.M. Best Rating of B or above. All Performance Bonds will be submitted to the USACE in draft form for approval prior to execution. In the event of Sponsor default, UP2S has agreed to receive the funds and ensure the work is successfully completed. Table 18. Financial Assurances Construction Cost• IND General(e.g.mobilization,erosion control,etc.) $100,000 Sitework $85,000 Structures(e.g.ditch plugs,logs,rocks,coir,etc.) $170,000 Crossings $6,000 Vegetation $65,000 Miscellaneous/Admin Fees $80,000 Total $506,000 Monitoring Costs Monitoring Set-Up,As-Built,&Equipment $19,000 Year 1 Monitoring and Report $10,000 Year 2 Monitoring and Report $10,000 Year 3 Monitoring and Report $10,000 Year 4 Monitoring and Report $10,000 Year 5 Monitoring and Report $10,000 Year 6 Monitoring and Report $10,000 Year 7 Monitoring and Report $10,000 Maintenance and Contingency $118,000 Total $207,000 Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 38 December 2020 15 REFERENCES Cowardin,L.M.,V. Carter,F.C. Golet and E.T. LaRoe. 1979. Classification of Wetlands and Deepwater Habitats of the United States.U.S.Fish and Wildlife Service,Office of Biological Services,FWS/OBS-79/31.U.S. Depailnient of the Interior,Washington,DC. Doll,B.A.,A.D. Dobbins,J. Spooner,D.R. 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Feed and Seed Mitigation Plan 40 December 2020 Figures Figure 1 —Project Vicinity Figure 2 —Landowner Parcels Figure 3 —USGS Quadrangle Figure 4 —Land use Figure 5 —Existing Conditions Figure 6 —National Wetlands Inventory Figure 7 —Mapped Soils Figure 8 —Historical Conditions Figure 9 — Conceptual Plan Figure 10 — FEMA Constraints Figure 11 — Monitoring Plan q`P Mike'sW Metal z Letters& elding - bor Ln K 2 N y� U, 411 Foster View Or Beeson's Rhododendron Nursery Steed R, Steed R,, Nem View Dr C', O QD stecdRd 5\�Re ,aF 2 2 Stem Rd ir I CF 4 �co G7 111 S. Aa i Burlington Mebane ti Greensboro I sboroug `''R7 Exd m Feed and Seed Project DavisW. rService` lik t t rDay's Coun'. 1193E1 f .j o' a e I19N1 0 Ramseur Slier City E'r As -•oro Legend 70 Sea rove Proposed Easement ;;�_' 1 HUC: 03030003010070 Cape Fear River Basin-03030003 - Oe ° car. 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Residential 15% Impervious 2% a Brush 0.4% Open Water 0.3% N Figure 4- Land use Date: 12/7/2020 E. -��1ry�1;24.���.4w., Feed and Seed0 rps Drawn by:GDS .. iY)tl ■�1..� +fir` 0 350 700 Mitigation Site Checked by: JRM Feet Randolph County, North Carolina 1 inch=700 feet Abe i: o Culvert % V tc.l b 4 ‘ Legend r Proposed Easement 3 i1 I Project Parcel ssrrr,r M Existing Wetland '' ` Pond f, - , ot �..1 Stream Determination '� 1' r, `Perennial �Y --- Intermittent g T PowerlineApprox Stream Origin N Figure 5-Existing Conditions Date: 12/7/2020 E. � "14,4017•41/4-mito w+E -�j 444 111, I►�J��.4�� Drawn by:GDS Feed and Seed Ores rr>r�� ■`tI +ray 0 300 600 Mitigation Site Checked by: JRM Feet Randolph County, North Carolina 1 inch=600 feet ,- -,,,....-•,,$.4,1* stee .ri - ( .'r - - / 4.c , - -, PF01A ' 4:44 41t40 . . 11"PAB4Hh ...-." 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Restoration,101-200' ,,.177 Enhancement,101-200' _. , 111111 Stream Mitigation Approach Reach ID Mitigation Length Ratio SMU RD1-A Restoration 174 1.0 1 174.000 Restoration RD1-B Enhancement II 588 2.5:1 235.200 RD2 Restoration,Pond 145 0:1` 0 Enhancement II " RD2 Restoration 1,799 1.0:1 1,799.000 ti j RD3-A Enhancement II 104 2.5:1 41.600 —— No Credit RD3-B Restoration 101 1.0:1 101.000 ""— RD4-A Enhancement II 61 2.5:1 24.400 87 )— Proposed Fenceline RD4-B Restoration 114 1.0:1 114.000 RD5 No Mitigation 119 N/A 0 0 Proposed ESP *Crediting shown in RD6 No Mitigation 157 N/A 0 Appendix A Totals 3,362 2,469200 `Credit on the pond portion of RD2 will not be claimed until flow requirements for intermittent definition have been met " Figure 9-Conceptual Plan Date: 12/7/2020 _Z.w.0.10jA.._:, w E Pres r. •• 7;n 74;%1 f Drawn by: GDS �•= +:.o•.��-. Feed and Seed ��'40 0 300 600 Mitigation Site Checked by: JRM I Feet Randolph County, North Carolina 1 inch=600 feet et* . . PANEL 1 . 3710774800K lb' eat 1/2/2008 .4. ., • ,. \v.. — - . .1 *., _ s,o n .,..Ittz. i rl..., .I' 0 ., o- r-4-, , , - w ''''. ' . 4k , .,„ -,, PANE • 11 '* Nta • '. • ,4100 WilITY0/,. , 00 0 00 • 7) .. . do,i ivy 2008 ---- 4 • 4 , .... g _ .2 r I* s, rrr '" rilhili ,....0 ...... , .,. 'Legend tit-- , k 1• , J.Y... Proposed Easement t vo. 11— FEMA Zone AE (none) 0 2°/0 Chance Annual Flood (none) . - FEMA Regulatory Floodway (none) O '' 7-* ' t- ., ' to :.! _ N Figure 10-National Flood Hazard Date: 12/7/2020 Checked by JRM Ores ., .;,,,‘11%%4),ZILlm IF 041-.74;1,o Feed and Seed Drawn by GDS a ftv4tillilts...L.A." S 'Ee 44,..s. Mitigation Site ..51' 0 300 600 11 1 inch=600 feet ',,' Feet Randolph County, North Carolina .... Pres AV 4 '''.11111111, N , r r 4,isyt,rFy ��� S - - � yy� , ,�s * 0 150 300 1 '''¢ * Oe 1-yr _ 0�1 Feet toot XII, � xr Figure 11 -Monitoring Plan Feed and Seed Mitigation Site Randolph County, ROr North Carolina Date: 12/7/2020 Drawn by: GDS ���, Checked by:xxx 1 in=300 feet ,t....., Leqend .�`' ��' Proposed Easement *1;7d�¢, �ic , x . , ,. ;.. Approach . f ' °, r= —Restoration "� � � ,�k� fa s yy,, yy,, ,�p t ogioir,_, `�` _- - ti� ,,,� m � � t � � Enhancement II ,`�`` \ --No Credit } 4 j Proposed Cross Sections �i 1 Vegetation Plot Type 1111111t‘t Buffer only + < Stream and Buffer _ ♦ Random • � - :,_- Type { PiedmontAlluvial Forest- N\18.13 ac _ w x Supplemental-0.31 ac /��� Piedmont Headwater . , Forest 2.50 ac ,,, , Gauge Type 03�� = r _ . iu a ® Flow Gauge Ni Note: There will be 12 fixed vegetation plots, ® Stage Recorder go and 5 will be randomly placed each monitoring year. Flow gauge, stage recorder, cross section, and +�..! i! 4�L�\\ . f " vegetation plot locations are all proposed locations. �•w+►_i����.4044 jib Fixed digital image locations will occur at each ���.►`'� cross section, vegetation plot, stage recorder, and ION Oev• ' d flow gauge. Is 4147h... Appendix A • Feed and Seed Riparian Buffer Mitigation Plan 3600 Glenwood Ave, Suite 100 r 5 Raleigh, NC 27612 Corporate Headquarters 6575 West Loop South,Suite 300 Bellaire,TX 77401 Main: 713.520.5400 July 8, 2020 Katie Merritt NC DEQ Division of Water Resources 512 N Salisbury St. Street Raleigh, NC 27604 RE: Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan, DWR Project Number: 2018-1397 V1 Listed below are comments provided by DWR on May 29, 2020 regarding the Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan and RES' responses. Title Page/Footer/General — In the memo from Todd back in August, it was decided that we will be calling these something other than BPDP when they are attached as an Appendix to the Stream Mitigation Plan. This is a buffer only bank, so we will be calling this Appendix, the Buffer Mitigation Plan. Change Buffer Parcel Development Plan to "Buffer Mitigation Plan (Plan)" throughout this document and where it is necessary in the Stream Plan. All instances where the term Bank Parcel Development Package (BPDP) is used throughout this document and the Stream Mitigation Plan have been updated to say Buffer Mitigation Plan (Plan). Title Page (Pg. 1)—This project is version one. Change the DWR Project Number from Version 2 ("V2"), to Version 1 ("V1"). The DWR Project Number Version has been changed to V1. Table of Contents (Pg. 2) —Add the Site Viability Letter to this Plan as an appendix rather than making it part of the overall plan since the viability letter is strictly for buffer mitigation. Call it Appendix AB. The Site Viability Letter has been included in this plan as Appendix AB. Section 1, 1st Paragraph/General —Throughout, instead of"EBX" it says "EBX, LLC." Please correct all errors to read "EBX" instead of"EBX, LLC." All instances that previously read "EBX, LLC" have been corrected to just "EBX" throughout the document. Section 1.2, Table 1. (Pg. 4) —Add an "*" next to "Restoration via Pond" and to the bottom of this table. * should read, "only viable for buffer credit if EBX performs stream restoration through the pond bottom." This note has been added to the bottom of Table 1. Section 3, 2nd Paragraph (Pg. 10) —Add the words "on this site" after "In forested areas". This revision has been made to Section 3. Section 3, 2nd Paragraph (Pg. 10) — In the 3rd sentence, remove "and enhancement areas are determined as being higher than 25 percent but lower than what is deemed appropriate for the location..." After the Consolidated Buffer Mitigation Rule 15A NCAC 02B .0295 (b)(12), end the 3rd sentence there. Add a fourth sentence saying, "The buffer enhancement areas on this site are determined based on long term and current presence of cattle and assessed in accordance with 15A NCAC 02B .0295 (o)(6)." these revisions have been made to Section 3. Section 3.1, 2nd Paragraph (Pg. 10) — Planting a permanent seed mix that is abundant in annual and perennial pollinator species is strictly voluntary but is being encouraged by DWR in other mitigation plans to promote diversity and enhance the health of the herbaceous layer, which can also greatly benefit planted stems. Are any of these seed mixes pollinator friendly? Isn't there a list of your seed mix somewhere in this Plan that you can reference? A list of the seed mix RES intends to use can be referenced in section P1 and P2 of the Plan Set within Appendix H of the Stream Mitigation Plan. A sentence was added to this paragraph to reference where the seed mixture can be found. Several pollinator-friendly species (both seed and tree) can be found, including blackeyed susan, common milkweed, showy goldenrod, eastern red bud, and flowering dogwood. As we do not buy the seed mix until closer to the actual date of construction, the actual seeds bought is dependent on the alignment of the germination and time period of seeding along with the availability and cost at the time. RES will continue to consider this request in all future projects. Section 3.2, 1st Paragraph (Pg. 11) — Revise the first sentence to say, "Restoration is proposed within the riparian buffer and adjacent riparian areas of the mitigated streams onsite. Specifically, along..." Remove "...all around the existing pond footprint, and within the pond footprint..." After the third sentence (after reference to Appendix H), add the following sentence, "The riparian areas adjacent to the newly constructed stream channel within the pond footprint will be planted for buffer restoration credit in accordance with 15A NCAC 028 0295 (o) and is labeled as "restoration via pond" on Table 1 and Table 6." These revisions have been made to Section 3.2. Section 3.2, 2nd Paragraph (Pg. 11) — Please include a reference to plan sheets S9 and S10 of Appendix H noted in this section. . reference to S9 and S10 of Appendix H has been included in Section 3.2. Section 3.3, 1st Paragraph (Pg. 11) — Please include a reference to plan sheets F1 and F2 of Appendix H in this section. A reference to F1 and F2 of Appendix H has been included in Section 3.3. Section 3.4, 1st Paragraph (Pg. 12) — Please include a reference to plan sheets P1 and P2 of Appendix H in this section. A reference to P1 and P2 of Appendix H has been included in Section 3.4. Section 3.4, Table 5 (Pg. 12) —Add a column for Sub-Canopy vs Canopy to Table 5. A column differentiating Sub-Canopy and Canopy of the listed species has been added to Table 5. Section 4.1, General —This section should be customized for the buffer mitigation bank. I've made suggestions for your consideration. I do believe there should be 13 plots since 2% of the planted area (which I think is 16.14 acres according to Table 1), should be 13. I'm also okay with RES using 1 of the 5 random plots for the Stream Monitoring for the Buffer Monitoring. Therefore, instead of adding another fixed plot, I recommend 1 random. These suggestions have been taken into consideration and revised accordingly. There will be 13 fixed vegetation plots throughout the planted area. Section 4.1, 1st Paragraph (Pg. 13) — In the first sentence, after "Riparian vegetation monitoring," include "...where buffer mitigation credits are being generated,". In the third sentence, remove "As part of the stream mitigation plan," and begin that sentence with "Twelve fixed monitoring plots..."; change 20.89, to 16.14 acres as well as changing the number of random plots from five to one. Please remove the fourth sentence, "Those measuring success of just the buffer areas where buffer credit is being sought, will be provided in the Monitoring reports (the twelve fixed monitoring plots)." In the fifth sentence, be sure to specify "...The following data will be recorded for all trees in the 12 plots..." Begin the 10th sentence with "Desirable native volunteer species..." and remove "as determined" from the end of that same sentence, replacing it with "upon approval." These revisions have been made in Section 4.1. Section 4.1, 3rd Paragraph (Pg. 13) — In the first sentence, specify "RES must monitor the twelve fixed plots for the stream mitigation bank..." In the second sentence, add "...these plots..." and remove "...placed within riparian restoration areas that are outside of the mitigation area for buffer credits...", adding "will need to be monitored in accordance with both the monitoring protocol in the Feed and Seed Stream Mitigation Plan and this Buffer Mitigation Plan to ensure compliance of both plans is achieved." These revisions have been made to Section 4.1 with the exception that we have decided to use 13 fixed plots instead of 12. Section 5, General —The conservation easement included in Appendix C does not meet our expectations for buffer mitigation rules. Please use the template the USACE has for combined 404/Buffer projects. This template is both in RIBITS and on the DWR Banking website. Appendix C was updated to include the correct template. Section 7, 1st Paragraph (Pg. 14) — Remove "...and within the pond footprint..." from the first sentence and add "...0.56 acres (24,572.000 ft2) of buffer restoration credits adjacent to a newly constructed stream channel within the pond footprint..." Ihese revisions have been made to Section 7 Section 7, 2nd Paragraph (Pg. 14) — In the second sentence, change two credit ledgers to one credit ledger and remove the beginning of the subsequent sentence, "One ledger will account...", adding the word both before buffer restoration and removing "...one ledger will account for..." In the fourth sentence, change "these credit ledgers" to "the credit ledger." These revisions have been made to Section i Section 7, General —When comparing the stream mitigation assets with the buffer assets, there appears to be both stream and buffer credits generated for widths 0-200' from top of bank. Please confirm that the IRT is okay with the stacking of Buffer and Stream mitigation credits beyond widths of 50' before proceeding with tallying up your buffer mitigation credits. i-his project will only be generating riparian buffer credits and will not be generating additional stream credits using non-standard buffer widths. Therefore, the project will not be stacking stream and buffer credits. A sentence will be added to the Final Stream Mitigation Plan in order to clarify this. 3 Section 7, Table 6.(Pg. 16) — Some of these numbers do not add up when I complete the form. Please keep in mind, that we do not work backwards from Buffer Credits to Total Area. Please provide me the working Table 6 in an email so that I can see where the inconsistencies are. Under the Feature Name column, change RD2 to say "RD2 Pond." An excel file will be provided of the buffer mitigation asset table, there were some slight decimal errors in Table 6 that have been updated. Figure 4—The table in the bottom right corner of the figure doesn't match Table 6. Please remove table from map. It is not needed. fhe table has been removed from Figure 4. Figure 9— In the Legend, add the words "Stream Mitigation" before the "Approach" sub- heading. The legend in r igure 9 has been revised to read "Stream Mitigation Approach." General —Various edits were provided by DWR throughout the document regarding minor wording, grammatical, and/or formatting errors. All revisions have been accepted and amended throughout the document. Final Buffer Mitigation Plan Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Project DWR Project Number: 2018-1397 Vl Randolph County,North Cape Fear River Caroli Basin: Randleman Lakena Watershed HUC 03030003 0.b. b mc,q rI • M fi . Mw ` af m� : f l A At* - - K k aiM. F -- r; .may as ;.:, ^ a. M Da.-'''' Ii t 4 "` s i r nr, rn - gs� ' ,s '3' `tt��.K `=ti. .bad' .'+ L; � y �{�. �.. ada4 F (, F Prepared By: ores Bank Sponsor: Environmental, Banc and Exchange (EBX) 3600 Glenwood Ave, Suite 100 Raleigh NC 27612 July 2020 Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 1 July 2020 Table of Contents 1 INTRODUCTION 3 1.1 Parcel Location 3 1.2 Parcel Overview 3 1.2.1 Parcel Ownership 4 2 PROJECT AREA—EXISTING CONDITIONS 5 2.1 Surface Water Classification 5 2.2 Physiography and Soils 5 2.3 Wetlands 6 2.4 Existing Riparian Conditions 6 2.4.1 Existing Conditions Photos 7 2.5 Regulatory Considerations 9 2.5.1 Threatened and Endangered Species 9 2.6 Environmental and Cultural Constraints 9 2.7 Federal Emergency Management Agency(FEMA) Floodplain/Floodway Mapping 9 3 RIPARIAN RESTORATION AND ENHANCEMENT PLAN 10 3.1 Parcel Preparation 10 3.2 Riparian Restoration Activities 11 3.3 Riparian Enhancement Activities 11 3.4 Planting Plan 12 3.5 Easement Boundaries and Fencing 12 4 MONITORING AND MAINTENANCE PLAN 13 4.1 Monitoring Protocol and Success Criteria 13 4.2 Adaptive Management Plan and Parcel Maintenance 13 5 LONG TERM MANAGEMENT PLAN 14 6 FINANCIAL ASSURANCE 14 7 MITIGATION POTENTIAL 14 8 REFERENCES 17 Figures Figure 1. Service Area Figure 2. Project Vicinity Figure 3. Existing Conditions Figure 4. Conceptual Design Plan for Riparian Buffer Bank Figure 5. USGS Quadrangle Figure 6. Mapped Soils Figure 7.National Wetlands Inventory Figure 8. Project Constraints Figure 9. Monitoring Plan Appendices Appendix AA. Buffer MBI Appendix AB. Site Viability for Buffer Mitigation and Nutrient Offset Letter Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 2 July 2020 1 INTRODUCTION Environmental Banc and Exchange (EBX), a wholly owned subsidiary of Resource Environmental Solutions(RES),is pleased to provide this Buffer Mitigation Plan(Plan)for the Feed and Seed Riparian Buffer Mitigation Bank(Project). This Project is designed to provide riparian buffer mitigation credits for unavoidable impacts due to development within the Randleman Lake Watershed of the Cape Fear River Basin, United States Geological Survey (USGS) 8-digit Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC — 03030003) (Figure 1). This Plan is in accordance with the Consolidated Buffer Mitigation Rule 15A NCAC 02B .0295, the Randleman Lake Water Supply Watershed Buffer Rule 15A NCAC 02B .0250 and the RES Randleman Umbrella Mitigation Banking Instrument for Riparian Buffer Mitigation (MBI), made and entered into by EBX acting as the Bank Sponsor (Sponsor), and the North Carolina Depailinent of Environmental Quality-Division of Water Resources (DWR). The Plan has also been designed in concurrence with Feed and Seed Stream Mitigation Project in the Randleman Stream and Wetland Umbrella Mitigation Bank(SAW#2018-01637). 1.1 Parcel Location The Feed and Seed Project is located in northern Randolph County,NC,approximately 5.6 miles southeast of Archdale(Figure 1). The latitude and longitude for the Project is 35.883069 N and-79.856111 W.The Parcel is located within Cape Fear River Basin USGS 14-digit HUC 03030003010070, a Targeted Local Watershed,and DWR Sub-basin Number 03-06-08. To access the Project head East on NC-62 from the Town of Archdale and turn right onto Harlow Road and head south for approximately 3.6 miles,continue on Davis Country Road for 1.1 miles,then turn left onto Lewis Davis Road. The project access is less than a half mile on the left(Figure 2). 1.2 Parcel Overview The conservation easement of the Feed and Seed Project is approximately 27.58 acres and includes six unnamed tributaries that drain into Randleman Lake. The project area is comprised of three easement sections(Figure 3). The four reaches (RD1, RD2, RD3, and RD4)that are part of the stream mitigation for stream credit are found within a continuous easement section that is less than a half mile from Randleman Lake. Whereas, two of the reaches, RD5 and RD6, are separated from the main easement segment and will only be utilized for riparian buffer credit and drain directly into Randleman Lake a couple hundred feet away. Reach RD1 is an intermittent unnamed tributary that is the primary drainage feature within the main easement segment of the Parcel. It is split into RD1-A (393 LF) and RD1-B (344 LF), which flows through pasture from the western property boundary to the eastern side of the project before entering a culvert under Lewis Davis Road.Reach RD2 is an intermittent tributary which originates at the pond in the southeast corner of the project and flows northeast to confluence with RD1. The reach is approximately 1,958 linear feet and exhibits extensive channelization, portions of vertical banks, and erosion from cattle. The stream channel is within an active forested pasture bound by non-forested cattle pasture on either side.Reach RD3 is an intermittent tributary that currently begins in the southwest corner of the project and flows 210 linear feet north to confluence with RD2. The current reach flows through active wooded pasture.Reach RD4 is split into RD4-A(61 LF)and RD4-B(119 LF)and is an intermittent tributary that originates along the eastern side of the project, downstream of a headwater wetland, and Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 3 July 2020 flows north to confluence with RD2.The upper half of the channel flows through open pasture,then enters wooded pasture through heavily impacted cattle crossing and continues to the confluence with RD2. RD5 is a 119 linear foot intermittent channel that originates onsite in one of the smaller northern segments of the easement, flows through active open pasture, and then drains directly into Randleman Lake once leaving the easement. RD6 is a perennial channel, that is 157 linear feet and enters the easement at the western boundary of the very northern segment of the easement,flows through mostly non-forested pasture until it exits the easement to drain directly into Randleman Lake. The majority of the Project is currently actively grazed wooded and open pasture. Grazing livestock have historically had access to all stream reaches within the Project. The lack of an understory in the riparian buffer and the long-term presence of cattle has contributed to bank instability and erosional rills within some riparian zones. Stream determinations and buffer viability determinations were verified by the DWR site visit on June 13,2018. All the riparian areas were assessed by DWR during an onsite visit to determine viability for buffer mitigation. During the site visit and noted in the letter dated August 2,2018,all reaches were confirmed to have a cattle access. Correspondence regarding this determination is in Appendix E. The goal of the Project is to restore and enhance ecological function to the existing streams and their associated riparian buffers by establishing appropriate plant communities while minimizing temporal and land disturbing impacts in the Randleman Lake Watershed. Restoration and enhancement of the Randleman Lake riparian buffer(as defined in 15A NCAC 02B .0250)is anticipated to result in a reduction of the water quality stressors currently affecting the Project:livestock access and areas of minimal riparian buffer. Immediate water quality benefits and pollutant removal within the vicinity of the Project will include the exclusion of livestock access to streams and reduction in nutrient loads from agricultural land- uses.This Project is consistent with the management strategy for maintaining and protecting riparian areas in the Randleman Lake watershed. Of the total 27.58 acres in conservation easement,the Feed and Seed Riparian Buffer Project presents the opportunity to perform 1,101,810 ft2 (25.29 acres) of riparian buffer mitigation (before applying credit ratios) by establishing or enhancing a native hardwood forest and herbaceous riparian buffer plant community with a minimum width of 50 feet and a maximum of 200 feet from the top of bank of the stream channels. Table 1 provides an overall summary of the total buffer mitigation credits. Table 1. Feed and Seed Mitigation Project Mitigation Summary Total Riparian Buffer Mitigation Credits Mitigation Totals Used Area Square Feet and Acres i Credits Restoration 678,450 ft2(15.58 acres) 424,563.605 Restoration via Pond* 24,572 ft2(0.56 acres) 24,572.000 Enhancement via cattle exclusion 398,788 ft2(9.15 acres) 167,648.967 Total Ri,arian Buffer 1,101,8810 ft2(25.30 acres) 616,784.572 *Only viable for buffer credit if stream restoration is performed through the pond bottom Figure 4 shows the Conceptual Design for Riparian Buffer Bank Map and Section 3 provides details of the mitigation determination on the Feed and Seed Riparian Buffer Mitigation Project. 1.2.1 Parcel Ownership The land required for the construction,management,and stewardship of this Project includes three parcels in Randolph County with the following ownership in Table 2.Once finalized,a copy of the land protection Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 4 July 2020 instrument will be included in Appendix C. Once recorded, the secured easements will allow EBX to proceed with the Project development and protect the mitigation assets in perpetuity. The Wilmington District Conservation Easement model template will be utilized to draft the site protection instrument. Table 2. Pro'ect Parcel and Landowner Information PIN Owner of Record Or Stream ReachII Tax Parcel ID# 7747665722 Ryan S.Davis,Sr.and Toni O.Davis 7747565971 All Stream Reaches 7747789806 2 PROJECT AREA—EXISTING CONDITIONS 2.1 Surface Water Classification Although these tributaries are not classified,they drain to the Randleman Lake, which has been assigned as Water Supply IV (WS-IV) and CA: * (NCDEQ 2017). Water Supply IV (WS-IV) waters are used as sources of water supply for drinking, culinary, or food processing purposes where a WS-I, II or III classification is not feasible.These waters are also protected for Class C uses.WS-IV waters are generally in moderately to highly developed watersheds or Protected Areas (NCDWQ 2011). It also has been designated as a Critical Area within a designated Critical Supply Watershed that is subject to a special management strategy specified in 15A NCAC 2B .0248. 2.2 Physiography and Soils The Project is located in the Southern Outer Piedmont level IV ecoregion within the Piedmont level III ecoregion. With lower elevations and less relief compared to other areas of the Piedmont,the landforms of this ecoregion consist of irregular,rolling plains. The geologic composition of the region is red,clayey subsoils underlain by deep saprolite and gneiss, schist, and granite bedrock. Interspersed throughout the region are also areas of diabase, diorite, or gabbro bedrock that form alkaline soils. Natural vegetation communities consist of mixed oak forests,while historic land use trends have promoted the establishment of loblolly and shortleaf pine forests(USEPA 2002).The topography of the project area is generally rolling with elevations ranging from 750 to 800 feet above mean sea level (NAD 27) based upon USGS topographic mapping(Figure 5). The NRCS Web Soil Survey and Randolph County Soil Survey(NRCS,2006)depicts three mapping units across the project (Table 3). The map units are Mecklenburg clay loam, two to eight percent slopes, moderately eroded and Wilkes-Poindexter-Wynott complex, eight to 15 percent slopes. The soil characteristics of these map units are summarized in Figure 6. Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 5 July 2020 Table 3. Parcel Mapped Soil Series Map FPercent Drainage Hydrologic Landscape Unit Map Unit Nam Hydric Class Soil Group Setting Symbol ` Mecklenburg clay loam, MeB2 2 to 8 percent slopes, 0% Well Drained C Summits moderatel eroded Wilkes-Poindexter- WpC Wynott complex, 8 to 0% Well Drained C/D Backslopes on ridges 15 Iercent sloes 2.3 Wetlands A detailed wetland delineation was performed August 12t'`, 2019. Wetland boundaries were delineated using current methodology outlined in the 1987 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Wetland Delineation Manual (Environmental Laboratory 1987). Soils were characterized and classified using the Field Indicators of Hydric Soils in the United States, Version 7.0 (NRCS, 2010). A preliminary jurisdictional determination (PJD) request was sent to the USACE on August 29, 2019. Per USACE correspondence found in Appendix D,the USACE concurs with the JD submittal and an approval will be completed in conjunction with the bank approval.Wetland forms are included in Appendix D.The stream channels were classified using NC DWR methodology (Figure 3) and were verified by NCDWR onsite June 13,2018(Appendix E).Within the boundaries of the proposed Project,eight jurisdictional wetlands are present in and adjacent to the Project(Appendix D,Figure 3). Wetlands are labeled as WA(Wetland A)through to WH(Wetland H)(Figure 3). The USFWS National Wetland Inventory Map (NWI) depicts two wetlands within the project limits. In the southeast corner of the project area there is a small area of PSS1Ah (Palustrine, Scrub-Shrub,Broad- Leaved Deciduous, Temporarily Flooded) that is found within the pond footprint and a linear wetland mapped as PFO1A(Freshwater Forested/Shrub wetland)along RD6 (Figure 7). 2.4 Existing Riparian Conditions Current land use in the vicinity of the project is primarily actively grazed pasture and forested pasture. The site viability letter from DWR in Appendix E provides details on land-uses within the Project riparian areas. Current conditions demonstrate significant habitat degradation as a result of impacts from agriculture,livestock in particular,and historic land uses(Figure 8).Historic aerial imagery indicates that the southern portion of the Project and adjacent land has been used extensively for agricultural purposes since at least 1948. The northern two easement segments of the project remained mostly in wooded areas with the exception of a small pasture area between RD6 and RD5 and were not as severely impacted by agricultural use until the mid-1990's. Currently, the northern portion of the project remains partially in agricultural use and is being used for pasture land.Much of the areas adjacent to the project streams have been allowed to maintain shade trees but continue to have cattle access and are densely vegetated with stiltgrass. The southern of portion of the easement is forested and pastureland and has remained this way since before the 1940's. The farm pond at the southernmost end of the project was likely constructed sometime after 1948 and doesn't appear to have been altered since.Each reach has livestock access and is actively grazed. Since the DWR site visit on June 13, 2018, the land use and condition of the riparian buffer has remained the same. Forested riparian areas have been intermittently cattle-grazed and lack a well-developed understory and shrub strata which is dominated by invasive Japanese stiltgrass Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 6 July 2020 (Microstegium vimineum). The riparian areas most closely resemble a disturbed piedmont alluvial forest and included tulip-poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera), white oak (Quercus alba), American holly (Ilex opaca), elm(Ulmus alata), sweet gum(Liquidambar styrac flua), sugar hackberry(Celtis laeviata),river birch (Betula nigra), red maple (Acer rubrum), and American hornbeam (Carpinus caroliniana). Sub- canopy species included sweetbay(Magnolia virginiana),blackberry(Rubus argutus),highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corybosum), black elderberry (Sambucus canadensis), and roundleaf greenbrier (Smilax rotundifolia). The pasture areas were dominated by pasture grasses with the presence of other herbaceous species like fescue grass (Festuca sp.), common milkweed (Asclepiads syriaca), dogfennel (Eupatorium capifollium), asters (Symphyotrichum sp.), and American pokeweed (Phytolacca americana). Invasive species are also present throughout, including Japanese stiltgrass, multiflora rose (Rosa multiflora) and Chinese privet(Ligustrum sinense). The riparian buffer along the northern two segments of the easement (RD5 and RD6) are mostly non- forested pasture grazed by cattle with a narrow strip of forest near the easement boundary.Within the main easement segment, majority of the left bank of RD2 (starting at the RD3 origin) and ending at the right bank of RD1 is forested pastureland. The farm pond at the top of RD2 is non-forested pasture that is heavily utilized by cattle. There is a strip of forested pasture on the right bank of RD2 starting at the confluence with RD3,but gradually it becomes non-forested,maintained vegetation further downstream. The buffer along RD4 is mostly non-forested pasture as well. In general,the riparian buffer of the project is in poor condition. Current buffer conditions demonstrate significant degradation with a loss of stabilizing vegetation because of continued cattle access and past land management actions. Throughout the Project area there are scattered invasives that will be treated to the extent practicable. 2.4.1 Existing Conditions Photos 544 - RD1 Floodplain Buffer Condition Along RD2 June 20,2019 June 20,2019 Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 7 July 2020 'AY' i :s. _ „tea a—; ! , s w7Vz;'`z''^"arv.S $. ! .'C _ • w t '/h� VR.;` " is i �.." ' `� yam 4 � June , [_ 'k RD June2R/ D 20230C9 ti nfluence@s f?;; � f RD4Buffer o -202019 • r, i i . — RD2 Channel Pond June 20,2019 June 20,2019 • c 5 ,A. d ••A.A • ,3,vvs.1.,v,ipt d^ .i it ji I ! il 4�. rA`T R V,j Y :i�)�3 `, z - { ^,, ate ' as fi (y�j, 1.. 1,- t P RD5 Ripariai Buffer Riparian Buffer of RD6 January 14,2020 January 14,2020 Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 8 July 2020 2.5 Regulatory Considerations 2.5.1 Threatened and Endangered Species Plants and animals with a federal classification of endangered or threatened are protected under provisions of Sections 7 and 9 of the Endangered Species Act of 1973,as amended.The US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) database (updated 26 March 2018) lists the Schweinitz's sunflower(Helianthus schweinitzii) as an endangered species in Randolph County, North Carolina (Table 4). The Bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) is protected under the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act (BGPA) and prohibits take of bald and golden eagles. No protected species or potential habitat for protected species was observed during preliminary site evaluations. A survey was complete, on August 20,2019 for the Schweinitz's sunflower but no species or habitat was found. In addition to the USFWS database,the NC Natural Heritage Program(NHP)GIS database was consulted to determine whether previously cataloged occurrences of protected species are mapped within one mile of the project. Results from NHP indicated that there are no known occurrences within a one-mile radius of the project area.A letter from the USFWS dated March 29,2019 indicated that minimal adverse impacts to fish and wildlife resources are expected as part of the project. Table 4. Federally Protected Species in Randolph County Common Nam cientific na Federal Habitat Record Status Present Status Vertebrate: Bald eagle Haliaeetus leucocephalus BGPA No Current Vascular Plant: Schweinitz's sunflower Helianthus schweinitzii E No Current E=Endangered;BGPA=Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act 2.6 Environmental and Cultural Constraints Environmental and cultural resources include historic and archeological resources located in or near the project parcel. RES evaluated whether the existing and future conditions of cultural resources near the project area would have the potential to be impacted by the project. On August 11, 2017, the North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO)website (http://gis.ncdcr.gov)database was reviewed to determine if any listed or potentially eligible historic or archeological resources in the proposed Feed and Seed Site existed.This search did not reveal any occurrence within the project area.The Blair-Anthony House (RD0162) and the William Coletrane House (RD0029) are located within 0.5 mile of the project area. The Feed and Seed Project will not threaten or impact these historic locations. A letter from SHPO dated April 4, 2019 stated that no known historic resources would be affected by the project. Documentation is included in Appendix B. 2.7 Federal Emergency Management Agency(FEMA)Floodplain/Floodway Mapping The Project is not within a mapped FEMA Regulatory Floodway or 100-year floodplain(Figure 8).While designing the Feed and Seed Project,appropriate measures were taken to eliminate hydrologic trespass of the adjacent land. The adjacent land use will not be affected by the proposed design, and no detrimental impacts are expected beyond the easement limits. Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 9 July 2020 3 RIPARIAN RESTORATION AND ENHANCEMENT PLAN The goal of the Project is to restore ecological function to the existing stream and riparian buffer by establishing appropriate stream buffer plant communities where absent and enhancing buffers where minimal vegetation exists, excluding cattle access throughout the project area, as well as to protect these buffers and stream function into perpetuity. Riparian restoration and enhancement adjacent to streams are shown in Figure 4,and were determined as viable mitigation activities by the DWR in their letter dated August 2,2018(Appendix E).All restoration and enhancement activities will begin from the tops of the proposed stream banks and extend a minimum of 50 feet from the stream outward to a maximum of 200 feet perpendicular to the stream channel where possible pursuant to 15A NCAC 02B .0295 (effective November 1, 2015). In forested areas on this site, the buffer restoration areas are determined based on whether there are less than 25 percent of the tree canopy cover and a lack of dense growth of smaller woody stems (i.e. shrubs or saplings) in accordance with the Consolidated Buffer Mitigation Rule 15A NCAC 02B .0295 (b)(12). The buffer enhancement areas on this site are determined based on how long term and current presence of cattle and assessed in accordance with 15A NCAC 02B .0295 (o)(6). 3.1 Parcel Preparation Preparation within the Parcel will involve excluding livestock from the project area, spraying undesired fescue grass and exotic invasive species; contoured ripping, seeding and planting, and pond removal. Livestock will be completely removed from the Parcel, in perpetuity, by way of conservation easement and installation of livestock exclusion fencing. Prior to construction a Pre-construction Notification for the Nationwide Permit 27, under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act, and a DWR 401 Water Quality Certification,under Section 401 of the Clean Water Act,will be obtained. Following the issuance of the Nationwide Permit,an erosion and sediment control permit will be obtained. Preparation of the pond will begin a minimum of six months before the rest of the project construction begins. Stabilization and implementation of dispersal techniques will be utilized where surface flows have become concentrated to minimize the chances of non-diffuse flow. A combination of silt fencing, erosion control wattles, temporary seeding,and erosion control matting will be used to reduce erosion and stabilize soil in riparian areas during any land disturbance activities. These erosion control measures shall be inspected and properly maintained at the end of each working day to ensure measures are functioning properly until permanent vegetation is established. Immediately following completion of restoration activities, disturbed areas will be stabilized to prevent erosion by seeding with a mixture of temporary and permanent seed mix within ten working days upon completion of final grading. The seed mixture of riparian seeding will also be applied and established where bare areas are present due to impacts from cattle. The proposed seed mix can be found in sections P1 and P2 of the design Plan Set, found within Appendix H of the mitigation plan. Areas of compacted soils will be ripped and disked prior to seed mix application and tree planting. Temporary and permanent riparian seeding shall be done in accordance with the erosion control plan. Soil amendments will be provided as needed based on the results of soil fertility tests. After construction activities,the subsoil will be scarified, and any compaction will be deep tilled before the topsoil is placed back over the site. Any topsoil that is removed during construction will be stockpiled and placed over the site during final soil preparation. This process should provide favorable soil conditions for plant growth. Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 10 July 2020 All riparian restoration and enhancement activities will commence in concurrence with the stream mitigation activities and not before. Therefore, the mitigation area where riparian restoration is being performed may be altered slightly depending on the approval of the Stream Mitigation Plan for the Stream Mitigation Bank. The riparian restoration areas will be surveyed,and information will be provided in the As-Built report. 3.2 Riparian Restoration Activities Riparian restoration is proposed within the riparian buffer and adjacent riparian areas of the mitigated streams onsite. Specifically along the left bank of RD1-A and B, the outer limits of the riparian buffer along RD3, along the outer limits of RD2, RD4, RD5, and RD6 in accordance with the Consolidated Buffer Mitigation Rule 15A NCAC 02B .0295 (n)(Figure 4). The pond at the top of RD2 is proposed for stream restoration which will restore and daylight the connection between the pond and downstream. The stream design approach will include breaching the existing dam and meandering the proposed channel within the natural valley (Appendix H). The riparian areas adjacent to the newly constructed stream channel within the pond footprint will be planted for buffer restoration credit in accordance with 15A NCAC 02B 0295 (o)and is labeled as"restoration via pond"on Table 1 and Table 6. Riparian restoration areas will be planted from top of bank to at least 50 feet from all mitigated streams with bare root tree seedlings on a nine by six-foot spacing to achieve an initial density of at least 680 trees per acre. Planting will consist of a composition of native bare-root tree species specified in Section 3.4. The restoration of plant communities within the Project will not only provide stabilization and improve water quality within the easement limits but will also provide ecological benefits to the entire watershed. Some areas adjacent to the forested areas may require maintenance due to the rapid regeneration of some species, such as red maple and sweetgum.Furthermore,RES will install cattle exclusion fencing to exclude access to riparian areas and their associated streams.All fencing will be installed to NRCS specifications. As mentioned in the Stream Mitigation Plan for the Feed and Seed Project,some other restoration activities of the stream will include debris removal from the channel, culvert removal along RD2, an offline restoration approach for reaches RD1-A, RD2, RD3, and sections of RD4-B which includes meandering the proposed channels within the natural valley and stabilizing stream banks using a combination of grading, erosion control matting, livestake planting, native material revetment techniques (i.e. bioengineering),structure placement,and sod transplants where possible.These activities will also include backfilling sections of abandoned stream channels to the elevation of the floodplain and installing channel plugs where necessary. There will also be areas of localized bank stabilization on tributaries that will receive stream enhancement treatment like RD1-B and RD4-B. Additionally a RD5 and RD6 will have localized areas of bank stabilization via grading, matting, livestaking or seeding, debris removal, along with planting activities(Appendix H, S9 & S10). 3.3 Riparian Enhancement Activities Riparian enhancement is proposed along the right riparian buffer and adjacent riparian areas of the lower end of RD1,along RD3,most parts of RD2,and on the uppermost part of RD6.These activities will occur in areas of grazing adjacent to the mitigated streams in accordance with the Consolidated Buffer Mitigation Rule 15A NCAC 02B .0295 (o)(6)(Figure 4).RES will install cattle exclusion fencing to exclude access to riparian areas and their associated streams along the entire easement (Appendix H, F1 & F2). All fencing will be installed to NRCS specifications. Some areas adjacent to the forested areas may require Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 11 July 2020 maintenance due to the rapid regeneration of some species, such as red maple and sweetgum. Minimal maintenance is anticipated due to the past land use history. 3.4 Planting Plan All riparian restoration areas will be planted from top of bank back at least 50-feet from the mitigated streams with bare root tree seedlings on nine by six-foot spacing to achieve an initial density of 680 trees per acre.Bare root plantings and live stakes shall be planted according to the planting plan(Appendix H, P1 & P2). Planting of the Project where riparian buffer restoration is being performed will meet the performance standards outlined in the Rule 15A NCAC 02B .0295. The vegetation data will be collected no earlier than late August of each year. This includes treating invasive species and planting at least four species of native hardwood bare root trees.A Piedmont Alluvial Forest will be the target community type and will be used for all areas within the project.The community is defined by Schafale (2012). The initial planting of bare root trees will occur after construction is complete and between November 15 and March 15 of that year. Wherever possible,mature vegetation will be preserved and incorporated into the buffer. Tree species specified for planting on the Feed and Seed Project are shown in Table 5. Table 5. Feed and Seed Project Tree Planting List Bare Root Planting Tree Species Sub-Canopy %of Total Species Common Name Spacing(ft) Unit Type Species vs Canopy Composition Platanus occidentalis American sycamore 9x6 Bare root Canopy 20 Betula nigra River birch 9x6 Bare root Canopy 15 Quercus phellos Willow oak 9x6 Bare root Canopy 15 Cercis canadensis Eastern red bud 9x6 Bare root Sub-Canopy 10 Quercus alba White oak 9x6 Bare root Canopy 10 Quercus rubra Northern red oak 9x6 Bare root Canopy 10 Quercus shumardii Shumard oak 9x6 Bare root Canopy 10 Cornus florida Flowering dogwood 9x6 Bare root Sub-Canopy 10 ■ Live Staking and Live Cuttings Bundle Tree Species r Species Common Name Sub-Canopy %of Total Species Comp vs Canopy Salix nigra Black willow Canopy 40 Cornus amomum Silky dogwood Sub-Canopy 30 Populus deltoides Eastern cottonwood Canopy 30 3.5 Easement Boundaries and Fencing Easement boundaries will be identified in the field to ensure clear distinction between the Parcel and adjacent properties. Boundaries may be identified by cattle fence, marker, bollard, post, tree-blazing, or other means as allowed by site conditions and/or conservation easement.Boundaries will be marked with signs identifying the property as a mitigation site and will include the name of the long-term steward and a contact number. Boundary markers will be installed with the contact information of the long-term steward before the submittal of the As-Built report. Boundary markers disturbed, damaged, or destroyed will be repaired and/or replaced on an as needed basis. The easement boundary will be checked annually Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 12 July 2020 as part of monitoring activities and the conditions as well as any maintenance performed will be reported in the annual monitoring reports to DWR. 4 MONITORING AND MAINTENANCE PLAN 4.1 Monitoring Protocol and Success Criteria Riparian vegetation monitoring where buffer mitigation credits are being generated will be based on the "CVS-EEP Protocol for Recording Vegetation: Level 2 Plot Sampling Only Version 4.2". Annual vegetation monitoring will occur each year for a minimum of five (5)years and will be conducted during the fall season with the first year occurring at least 6 months from initial planting. Thirteen fixed monitoring plots will be installed a minimum of 100 m2 in size in the planted buffer mitigation area(16.14 ac) and will cover at least two percent of the planted mitigation area for the Buffer Mitigation Bank (Figure 9). The following data will be recorded for all trees in the 13 fixed plots: species,common name, height,planting date(or volunteer),and grid location.All stems in plots will be flagged with flagging tape. Photos will be taken from all photo points each monitoring year and provided in the annual reports.Visual inspections and photos will be taken to ensure that enhancement areas are being maintained and compliant. The measures of vegetative success for the Project will be the survival of at least four native hardwood tree species, where no one species is greater than 50 percent of stems, at a density of at least 260 stems per acre at the end of Year 5.Desirable native volunteer species may be included to meet the performance standards upon approval by DWR. Invasive and noxious species will be monitored and treated so that none become dominant or alter the desired community structure of the site. A visual assessment of the cattle exclusion areas within the conservation easement will also be performed each year to confirm: • Fencing is in good condition throughout the site; • no cattle access within the conservation easement area; • no encroachment has occurred; • diffuse flow is being maintained in the conservation easement area;and • there has not been any cutting, clearing, filling, grading, or similar activities that would negatively affect the functioning of the buffer. RES must monitor the thirteen fixed plots for the stream mitigation bank for a minimum of seven years, or until IRT approval. Therefore, these plots will need to be monitored in accordance with both the monitoring protocol in the Feed and Seed Stream Mitigation Plan and this Buffer Mitigation Plan to ensure compliance of both plans is achieved. 4.2 Adaptive Management Plan and Parcel Maintenance Adaptive measures will be developed,or appropriate remedial actions taken if in the event that the site,or a specific component of the site, fails to achieve the defined success criteria. Remedial actions will be designed to achieve the success criteria specified in this Plan,and will include identification of the causes of failure, remedial design approach, work schedule, and monitoring criteria that will take into account physical and climatic conditions. Initial plant maintenance may include a one-time mowing,prior to initial planting to remove undesirable species.If mowing is deemed necessary by RES during the monitoring period,RES must receive approval Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 13 July 2020 by the DWR prior to any mowing activities to ensure that no buffer violations have been performed. Failure to receive approval to mow within the Randleman Lake buffer, as defined in 15A NCAC 02B .0233, by the DWR could result in Randleman Lake buffer violations and violations of the conservation easement. If necessary,RES will develop a species-specific control plan. 5 LONG TERM MANAGEMENT PLAN EBX, acting as the Bank Sponsor, will record a Conservation Easement with the Randolph County Register of Deeds Office for this site. The Conservation Easement will be assigned to Unique Places To Save(UP2S). All monitoring activities,including periodic inspections of the site to ensure that restrictions required in the Conservation Easement are upheld, are the responsibility of EBX until the Project is transferred to the UP2S.Endowment funds required to uphold the Feed and Seed Bank Parcel conservation easement in perpetuity shall be negotiated prior to site transfer to the UP2S. The Bank Sponsor will ensure that the Conservation Easement has allowed for the implementation of an initial monitoring phase, which will be developed during the design phase and conducted by the Bank Sponsor. The Conservation Easement will allow for yearly monitoring and, if necessary, maintenance of the Parcel during the initial monitoring phase. These activities will be conducted in accordance with the terms and conditions of the RES Feed and Seed Riparian Buffer MBI made and entered into by EBXand DWR. 6 FINANCIAL ASSURANCE The Sponsor will provide financial assurances in the form of Performance Bonds sufficient to assure one hundred percent (100%) completion of all mitigation work, required reporting and monitoring, and any remedial work required. Financial assurances will be payable at the direction of the DWR to its designee or to a standby trust.Financial assurances structured to provide funds to the DWR in the event of default by the Bank Sponsor are not acceptable. The initial performance bond will be in the amount of at least $150,000 and shall be able to cover 100% of the costs associated with construction of the riparian restoration areas. The monitoring bond shall be in the amount of at least $100,000 and shall be able to cover 100% of the costs associated with the monitoring and maintenance of the riparian restoration areas for five years. Performance bonds for monitoring shall be renewed to cover the next years monitoring period, with confirmation of renewal provided to DWR with each annual monitoring report when applicable. DWR reserves the right to alter the credit release schedule if monitoring reports are submitted without proof of bond renewals when applicable. 7 MITIGATION POTENTIAL This Project has the potential to generate approximately 9.75 acres (424,858.385 ft2) of riparian buffer restoration credits on existing non-forested pasture,0.56 acres(24,572.000 ft2)of buffer restoration credits adjacent to a newly constructed stream channel within the pond footprint,and 3.85 acres(167,648.720 ft2) of buffer enhancement via cattle exclusion credits. Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 14 July 2020 The riparian buffer mitigation credits generated will service the Randleman Lake Watershed buffer impacts. The Sponsor will maintain one credit ledger for both buffer Restoration credits and buffer Enhancement credits. All mitigation credit assets shall be shown on the credit ledger. The total potential mitigation credits that the Feed and Seed Riparian Buffer Mitigation Project will generate are summarized in Table 6; Figure 4. Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 15 July 2020 Table 6. Feed and Seed Bank Parcel Credit Summary Subjec . 11 Initial Final Min-Max % Riparian Credit (enter NO if Feature Mitigation Feature Total Creditable Credit Full Credit Location Buffer Buffer Type ephemeral Type Activity Name Area(A) Area(si) Ratio Credit Ratio or ditch 1) Width(ft) (x 1) (x 1) Credits Buffer Rural Yes I/P Restoration via 0-100' RD2 Pond 24,572 24,572 1 100% 1.00000 24,572.000 Pond RD1-A, RD1-B, Buffer Rural Yes I/P Restoration 0-100' RD2,RD3, 299,515 299,515 1 100% 1.00000 299,515.000 RD4-A, RD5,RD6 RD1-A, Buffer Rural Yes I/P Enhancement via 0-100' RD2,RD3, 304,027 304,027 2 100% 2.00000 152,013.500 Cattle Exclusion RD4-B RD6 RD1-A, RD1-B, Buffer Rural Yes I/P Restoration 101-200' RD2,RD3, 378,935 378,935 1 33% 3.03030 125,048.675 RD4-A, RDS,RD6 Buffer Rural Yes I/P Enhancement via 101-200' RD1 A' 94,762 94,762 2 33% 3.03030 15,635.720 Cattle Exclusion RD2,RD3 TOTAL 1,101,810 616,784.895 Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 16 July 2020 8 REFERENCES Endangered Species Act of 1973. 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North Carolina Natural Heritage Program, Division of Parks and Recreation, NCDENR, Raleigh, NC. U.S.Army Corps of Engineers(USACE). 2010. Regional Supplement to the Corps of Engineers Wetland Delineation Manual: Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain Region(Version 2.0),ed. J. S. Wakeley,R. W. Lichvar,and C. V.Noble. ERDC/EL TR-10-20. Vicksburg,MS: U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center. Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Plan Riparian Buffer Project 18 July 2020 Figures Figure 1. Service Area Figure 2. Project Vicinity Figure 3. Existing Conditions Figure 4. Conceptual Design Plan for Riparian Buffer Bank Figure 5. USGS Quadrangle Figure 6. Mapped Soils Figure 7. National Wetlands Inventory Figure 8. Project Constraints Figure 9. 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Appendix AA • RES Feed and Seed Mitigation Banking Instrument AGREEMENT TO ESTABLISH THE RES FEED AND SEED MITIGATION BANKING INSTRUMENT IN THE RANDLEMAN LAKE WATERSHED FOR RIPARIAN BUFFER MITIGATION CREDITS PURSUANT TO THE RANDLEMAN LAKE WATER SUPPLY WATERSHED NUTRIENT STRATEGY TABLE OF CONTENTS I. PREAMBLE 2 II. LOCATION AND GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA 2 III. AUTHORITIES 3 IV. ESTABLISHMENT OF BANK PARCEL 3 V. BUFFER MITIGATION PLAN 4 VI. POST CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION FOR THE BANK PARCEL 6 VII. CALCULATION OF MITIGATION CREDITS FOR THE BANK PARCEL 9 VIII. CREDIT RELEASE SCHEDULE 10 IX. PROCEDURE FOR DEBITING AND CREDITING 11 X. BANK PARCEL CLOSURE 12 XI. GENERAL PROVISIONS FOR THE BANK PARCEL 12 ATTACHMENTS AND REFERENCES Attachments A—Division of Water Resources Authority Document B —Randleman Lake Watershed Buffer Ledger Template References 1. Riparian Buffer Mitigation Rule: http://reports.o ah.state.nc.us/ncac/title%2015 a%20-%20environmental%20quality/chapter%2002%20- %20environmental%20m anagement/subchapter%20b/15 a%20ncac%2002b%20.0295.pdf 1 I. PREAMBLE This RES Feed and Seed Mitigation Banking Instrument("Instrument")regarding the establishment, use, operation, and maintenance of the Feed and Seed Buffer Mitigation Bank Parcel ("Bank Parcel"), to provide Randleman Lake Watershed Riparian Buffer mitigation credits ("Riparian Buffer Credits") is made and entered into by and among Environmental Banc and Exchange,LLC("EBX,LLC")acting as the Bank Sponsor ("Sponsor"), and the North Carolina Depailiiient of Environmental Quality — Division of Water Resources ("DWR"). This Instrument is in accordance with the Consolidated Mitigation Rule 15A NCAC 02B .0295, which became effective on November 1, 2015 see Attachments and References. The purpose of this Bank is: A. To restore and preserve riparian vegetation adjacent to streams and/or agricultural ditches with the intent to improve water quality within the Randleman Lake Watershed. B. To convert agricultural land uses within riparian areas adjacent to streams, ponds, and/or agricultural ditches into a dense, hardwood vegetated state with the intent to significantly reduce nutrient loadings associated with agricultural practices into streams and ditches. C. To provide mitigation and sell any resulting Riparian Buffer Credits to third parties in the Randleman Lake Watershed, for development (both existing and proposed) requiring such mitigation. II. LOCATION AND GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA A. The Geographic Service Area ("GSA") is the designated area wherein a Bank can reasonably be expected to sell Riparian Buffer Credits for impacts due to development activities. B. The GSA for this instrument is limited to the Randleman Lake Water Supply Watershed in the Cape Fear River Basin. C. Selling Riparian Buffer Credits shall be limited to the Randleman Lake Water Supply Watershed, as defined in rule 15A NCAC 02B .0248, unless otherwise authorized by the DWR or delegated local government in accordance with 15A NCAC 02B .0295. D. The following table provides site-specific details of the Bank Parcel proposed under this Instrument, which is within the Randleman Lake Watershed (8-digit HUC 03030003); Table 1.0—Site-specific Details Bank Parcel County 14-Digit USGS DWR Project# Project Named Receiving Primary Land Name HUC Location Stream Use/s Feed and Seed Randolph 03030003010070 2018-1397 V1 35.883069, Randleman Lake Agricultural and -79.856111 cattle pasture 2 III.AUTHORITIES A. The Bank Parcel will be used to provide Riparian Buffer Credit in accordance with the requirements in the DWR Authority document referenced herein as "Attachment A" and attached to this Instrument. B. Projects eligible for utilization of the credits are those requiring authorization under the requirements of Attachment A and any new approved North Carolina ("State") statutes and rules for the Randleman Lake Water Supply Watershed. C. The selling of mitigation credits generated from the Bank Parcel approved under this Instrument, shall be consistent with approved State statutes and rules for the Randleman Lake Water Supply Watershed. D. All mitigation activities proposed under this Instrument and corresponding Buffer Mitigation Plan (Plan) to generate Riparian Buffer Credits shall be consistent with State statutes and rules for the Randleman Lake Water Supply Watershed that are in place at the time a complete Plan is submitted to DWR. IV.ESTABLISHMENT OF BANK PARCEL A. In accordance with 15A NCAC 02B .0295, DWR has provided a "Site Viability Letter" for the Bank Parcel proposed under this Instrument. The site viability letter is not an approval of the site to generate Riparian Buffer Credits,but is a preliminary review of the Bank Parcel that details and confirms existing land-use conditions, defines the riparian sites (Enhancement, Preservation or Restoration), and identifies features (streams, ditches, ponds, etc.) that meet general criteria to be suitable to generate Riparian Buffer Credits.Table 2.0 below outlines when a Site Viability Letter was issued by DWR for the mitigation site proposed under this Instrument: Table 2.0—Site Viability Letter Details Viability Letter Viability Letter Bank Parcel NC DWR Site Visit Received Expiration Date Feed and Seed June 13,2018 August 2,2018 August 2,2020 B. A valid Site Viability Letter is required prior to submittal of the Plan. Site Viability Letters will either expire on the dates listed in the table above or upon the submittal of an individual As-Built Report to the DWR, whichever comes first. If the Site Viability Letter expires prior to submittal of a complete Plan as described in Section V to DWR, then the Sponsor must submit a formal request to DWR for a new Site Viability Letter for that Bank Parcel. C. The Bank Parcel proposed for inclusion under this Instrument shall require a Plan be submitted to, and approved by, the DWR prior to use of the individual Bank Parcel for mitigation purposes or for any sale or transfer of any associated credits. The contents of the Plan are provided in Section V. 3 D. This Bank Parcel is slated to be developed in conjunction with the RES Cape Fear Umbrella Mitigation Bank, and the Feed and Seed Mitigation Site, United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Action ID # SAW-2018-01637, for stream mitigation. The mitigation plan associated with this Bank Parcel has been submitted to the Interagency Review Team (IRT) for review and approval. E. The Plan submitted under this instrument will be placed on public notice and made available for public commenting for 15 calendar days. F. The Riparian Buffer Credits on this Bank Parcel will be generated along mitigated stream channels and within the footprint of in-line ponds that are proposed for stream mitigation. The Stream Mitigation Plan will be submitted under the RES Cape Fear Umbrella Mitigation Bank referenced in "D" in this section. Additionally, all activities conducted within riparian buffers and adjacent riparian areas for purposes of generating Riparian Buffer Credits will be conducted in concurrence with stream mitigation activities. Riparian Buffer Credit may be achieved through restoration, enhancement and preservation of DWR riparian buffers as they are defined in 15A NCAC 02B .0250, and other riparian areas allowed per 15A NCAC 02B .0295 (n) and(o) on the Bank Parcel. Riparian Buffer Credits are only attainable if the width of the mitigated area is at least 20 feet as measured perpendicularly from top of bank. G. The Bank Parcel is intended to provide Randleman Riparian Buffer Credit as follows: 1. Planting hardwood trees and shrubs on a Restoration Site as defined in 15A NCAC 02B .0295(b) adjacent to mitigated streams. 2. Maintaining a Preservation Site as defined in 15A NCAC 02B .0295(b) by placing a conservation easement around riparian areas along streams as allowed by 15A NCAC 02B .0295 (o). 3. Enhancing riparian areas that are being grazed by cattle by installing fencing to permanently excluding cattle from the streams and their associated riparian areas as allowed in 15A NCAC 02B .0295 (o)(6). 4. Diffused flow will be maintained onsite to the maximum extent practicable. H. The Bank Parcel submitted for review under this Instrument is anticipated to begin stream mitigation construction in Spring 2021. V. BUFFER MITIGATION PLAN A. The Buffer Mitigation Plan(Plan) submitted under this Instrument shall be submitted to DWR for review and must be approved by DWR prior to any construction on the Bank Parcel. The Plan must describe any changes that have occurred to the site between the date of the Site Viability Letter and the date the Plan is submitted to DWR. The Plan shall include detailed information consistent with the sections below concerning; 1) site location (14-digit HUC is required); 2) existing conditions with current photos; 3) proposed buffer mitigation activities including a detailed vegetation plan; 4) monitoring and maintenance plans; 5) financial assurances; 6) 4 associated buffer mitigation calculations, which shall include credit generation, service area, and accounting as appropriate for each regulatory authority; 7) stream buffer determination letter from DWR, and 8) Site Viability Letter from DWR; 9)a figure depicting the proposed stream mitigation areas; and 10) service area figure for each mitigation type. B. The Sponsor will obtain all applicable federal, state, and local documentation, permits, or authorizations needed to construct and maintain the Bank Parcel. This Instrument does not qualify as, or substitute for, such documentation,permit, or authorization. C. Any restoration activities or proposed construction within riparian buffers and other riparian areas on the Bank Parcel to produce Riparian Buffer Credit must be approved by DWR in writing prior to implementation. The failure of the Sponsor to comply with this requirement may result in a revised or reduced credit release schedule for the Bank Parcel. All restoration activities must be performed in concurrence with any stream mitigation activities and not before. D. Requests for deviation from the approved Plan must be submitted to DWR in writing. Written approval from the DWR must be received prior to implementing any deviation from the approved Plan. Property Disposition & Long-Term Management for the Bank Parcel E. Prior to the release of any credits, the Sponsor shall record permanent conservation easements at the Randolph County Register of Deeds' office that is sufficient to ensure protection, operation and maintenance of restored riparian buffers and other riparian areas for the duration specified in the approved Plan. F. The form of the conservation easement shall be consistent with the standards employed by the State of North Carolina in the protection of restored riparian buffers and riparian areas and shall be approved by the DWR and USACE prior to the release of any credits. G. The Sponsor shall not grant additional easements, right of ways, or any other property interest in or to the project areas, without prior approval from the DWR and the USACE. H. The Sponsor agrees to transfer or assign the conservation easement and its interests in perpetuity to a qualified holder under NC General Statute ("GS") 121-34 et seq. and 170(h) of the Internal Revenue Code prior to the submittal of the Year 4 Monitoring Report. The holder shall be a land trust or stewardship program that will hold and enforce the conservation easement and the interests in perpetuity. The Sponsor shall choose a land trust or stewardship program that is accredited by the Land Trust Accreditation Commission and/or has been approved by DWR prior to the end of the fourth-year monitoring period. A land trust must be certified under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. I. In the event the Sponsor is also the owner of the underlying fee interest in the property, the conveyance of the conservation easement to a land trust or stewardship fund must be arranged at the outset of the approved Plan. Financial Assurances for the Bank Parcel 5 J. Following approval of the Plan for the Bank Parcel, the Sponsor shall provide Performance/Maintenance Bonds from a surety company that is rated no less than an"A-" as rated by A.M. Best, to construct the sites according to the approved Plans. It is the Sponsor's responsibility to confirm that the surety company is rated no less than an "A-" with each annual bond renewal. K. The amount of the Performance Bond shall be 100% of the estimated cost for implementation of the mitigation activities of the Bank Parcel as described in the approved Plan. No bond shall be less than $150,000.00 to cover construction costs. L. Alternatively, in lieu of posting Performance Bonds, the Sponsor may elect to construct the projects prior to the first credit releases. M. For the Bank Parcel,once DWR has released all credits for completion of all the items listed below, then the Bank Sponsor will be released from its performance obligations under the performance bond required in Item J and K of this section: 1. Instrument and Plan approved by DWR, Stream Mitigation Plan approved by IRT, Conservation Easement recorded and assigned, Financial Assurance posted; 2. Mitigation site earthwork and planting and installation of monitoring devices completed; 3. As-Built Report as described in Section VI has been received by DWR; and 4. DWR has submitted a written approval of the As-Built Report. N. To comply with this section, DWR must be the Obligee on all performance bonds. VI.POST CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION FOR THE BANK PARCEL As-Built Report A. The Sponsor agrees to perform all necessary work, in accordance with the provisions of this Instrument and corresponding Plan, to establish, maintain, and monitor Randleman Lake Watershed Riparian Buffers or other riparian areas until Item B (1) and(2) of Section X have been satisfied. B. When all stream mitigation activities have commenced, the Sponsor will submit an as-built plan and report for the Bank Parcel within 30 calendar days after completing the establishment of the riparian buffer mitigation areas. The as-built report will describe any deviation from the approved Plan and will document the following: 1. Buffer restoration and planting details, invasive species control, confirmation of fence installation (if applicable), monitoring device locations, vegetation plot locations, photo point locations, surface and groundwater elevations, as appropriate, a summary of any deviations to the Plan. 6 2. Provide confirmation that the construction of all stream mitigation activities has been completed. 3. Boundary Survey of the conservation easement area, signed and sealed by a licensed surveyor, including an inventory of the final mitigation areas for riparian buffer mitigation credits in both square feet and acres. 4. As-built map of the mitigation area showing where riparian restoration and preservation was performed and any deviations to the Bank Parcel from what was approved in the Plan. 5. As-Built map of the stream mitigation areas. 6. Aerial map of the mitigation area that was included in the approved Plan. Financial Assurance for the Bank Parcel C. After completion of the restoration/construction on the Bank Parcel, a Performance/Maintenance Bond will be secured for 100%of the estimated cost to implement the monitoring and maintenance plan as described in the approved Plan and As-Built Report applicable for the site. The Bond must be from a surety company that is rated no less than an "A-" as rated by A.M. Best, and it is the Sponsor's responsibility to confirm that the surety company is rated no less than an "A-" with annual bond renewals. D. A Performance/Maintenance Bond shall be secured each year for a minimum of five years, and until DWR has released all mitigation credits to the Bank Sponsor. Upon receiving written notification from DWR approving a monitoring report with no contingencies, the bond may be lowered by a maximum of 20% for that next year's monitoring based on the adjusted cost to complete the monitoring. No bond shall be less than $100,000 initially, to cover monitoring and maintenance costs. E. Once DWR has released 100%of all credits for completion of all Bank Parcel milestones described in Table 3.0 of Section VIII and in the corresponding Plan,the Bank Sponsor will be released from its performance obligations under the performance bond required in C and D of this Section. F. To comply with this section, DWR must be the Obligee on all performance bonds. Monitoring and Maintenance Reports G. The Sponsor shall monitor the Bank Parcel as described in the Plan until such time as DWR determines that the performance standards described below have been met. The monitoring period shall be a minimum of five consecutive years. H. Performance Standards for Vegetation: Native hardwood trees or native hardwood tree and shrub species should be planted at a density sufficient to provide 260 stems per acre after five years. A minimum of four (4) native hardwood trees or four (4) native hardwood tree and shrub species 7 must be planted. No one species shall be greater than 50% of the planted stems. A list of species for planting will be detailed in the Plan for approval. Native hardwood tree volunteer species may be included to meet performance standards as determined by the DWR. I. A"stem" means a woody seedling, sapling, shrub or tree, no less than 10 centimeters in height. J. If the performance standards of the vegetation are not met, supplemental plantings may be required. Supplemental plantings will be utilized until the required densities have been achieved and maintained for five years. Bank Parcel maintenance, such as ensuring diffuse flow,managing invasive species, and pest control will be included in the Plan. K. Monitoring Reports for Riparian Buffer Credit: Reporting criteria of the vegetation shall be based on the Carolina Vegetation Survey (CVS) — EEP Protocol for Recording Vegetation Level 2 Plot Sampling only version 4.0 or any updated versions of this protocol in place on the date of acceptance of the Plan. The Sponsor shall submit to the DWR an annual monitoring report no later than December 31 of each year for a minimum of five consecutive years after the first full growing season. This report will describe the conditions of the Bank Parcel, including an evaluation of the performance standards of the vegetation contained within the approved Plan. Reports shall contain the following: 1. A U.S. Geological Survey map showing location of the Bank Parcel; 2. A detailed narrative with supporting photos summarizing the condition of the Bank Parcel along with any maintenance or remediation performed that year; and 3. A map, survey, or other figure showing locations of sampling plots, permanent photo points, location of transects, etc.; and 4. Monitoring data, including specific vegetative counts and heights showing that the trees or tree and shrub species planted are meeting performance standards and updated photographs; and 5. A copy of the most recent Bank credit/debit ledgers; and 6. Corresponding verification letters from designated local governments upon request; and 7. Corresponding Mitigation Transfer Certificates upon request; and 8. Proof of performance bond renewal to cover the next monitoring year(if applicable) Contingency Plans/Remedial Actions L. In the event the Bank Parcel fails to achieve the performance criteria described in this Instrument and the approved Plan, the Bank Sponsor shall develop necessary contingency plans in coordination with the DWR and implement appropriate remedial actions for the Bank Parcel and 8 the Bank. Depending on the degree of remedial actions required, the DWR may modify the monitoring period. VII. CALCULATION OF MITIGATION CREDITS FOR THE BANK PARCEL Riparian Buffer Credits A. All Riparian Buffer Credits shall be determined based on the ratios and percentages provided in 15A NCAC 02B .0295(m) and(n). B. Riparian buffer restoration on the Bank Parcel, as described in 15A NCAC 02B .0295(n) and (o) and defined in 15A NCAC 02B .0295(b)may be used for Riparian Buffer Credit. C. Riparian buffer preservation on the Bank Parcel, as described in 15A NCAC 02B .0295 (o) and defined in 15A NCAC 02B .0295 (b), may be used for Riparian Buffer Credit. D. Riparian buffer enhancement on the Bank Parcel, as described and defined in 15A NCAC 02B .0295 (0)(6)may be used for Riparian Buffer Credit. E. Riparian Buffer Credit is defined as one (1) buffer credit per one square foot or 43,560 buffer credits per one acre. 9 VIII. CREDIT RELEASE SCHEDULE A. Upon submittal of all appropriate documentation by the Sponsor, and subsequent approval by DWR,it is agreed that the mitigation credits associated with the Bank Parcel will become available for sale to a third party in accordance with the Credit Release Schedule below in Table 3.0. Table 3.0 - Credit Release Schedule for Riparian Buffer Credits % Credit % Credit Task Project Milestone Release Release within the Pond Footprint Buffer Mitigation Plan Approved by DWR, Stream No credits released Mitigation Plan Approved-by IRT, Conservation Easement 25 for areas within 1 Recorded and Item B (1) of Section IX in this Instrument pond fooOrint has been completed and approved by DWR.* and Financial Assurance Posted No credits released Mitigation Site Earthwork, Planting and Installation 20 for areas within 2 of Monitoring Devices Completed pond fooOrint 3 Monitorin Financial Assurance Posted and Approval of 10 55 As-Built Report 4 Monitoring Report#1: Approved by the DWR** 10 10 5 Monitoring Report#2: Approved by the DWR** 10 10 6 Monitoring Report#3: Approved by the DWR** 10 10 7 Monitoring Report#4: Approved by the DWR** 5 5 Monitoring Report#5: Approved by the DWR** and final 10 8 site visit by DWR has been conducted 10 Total 100% 100% * For specification,please see Section V in this Instrument ** DWR Approval provided upon a determination that the site is meeting performance standards contained within the approved Plan B. DWR may modify the credit release schedules based on the information submitted or the order in which required information is received. DWR will notify the Sponsor of any modification to the credit release schedule. C. DWR may consider a Credit Release Schedule for a Bank Parcel based on the extent of change between current onsite conditions and proposed post construction conditions. D. The Sponsor must initiate implementation of the approved Plan for the site under this Instrument in concurrence with all stream mitigation activities proposed in the approved Mitigation Plan referenced in Item D of Section IV of this Instrument. 10 IX.PROCEDURE FOR DEBITING AND CREDITING Credit Ledgers A. The Bank Sponsor shall maintain a credit ledger for the bank parcel under this Instrument: The credit ledger shall provide the accounting for Riparian Buffer Credit in square feet and acres. B. The credit ledger shall be submitted on a separate 8 '/2 inch by 11-inch spreadsheet with legible font style and font size. The ledger shall be submitted using the templates provided in Attachment B of this Instrument or any updated versions to these templates as provided by DWR. Credit Processing C. Riparian Buffer Credits generated on this Bank Parcel will be used to provide mitigation for authorized buffer impacts within the Randleman Lake Water Supply Watershed according to 15A NCAC 02B .0295(g). D. Riparian buffer restoration, enhancement, and preservation credits generated on this Bank Parcel are not transferrable into Nutrient Offset Credits. E. The Bank Sponsor shall obtain written verification of buffer mitigation required from the delegated local government in the Randleman Lake Water Supply Watershed or DWR prior to debiting Riparian Buffer Credits from the individual Bank Parcel. F. All credit and debit transactions for the bank parcel under this Instrument shall be accurately depicted in the credit ledgers. The Bank Sponsor shall provide DWR up-to-date credit ledgers for the Bank by the tenth(10th) of each month. At a minimum and upon request, DWR shall receive a hard copy of updated credit ledgers along with the corresponding Mitigation Credit Transfer Certificates and all corresponding letters from the designated or delegated local governments or DWR where applicable once a year. Notification of all credit sales shall be provided to DWR until all credits that have been released have been sold. Mitigation Credit Transfer Certificates G. All credit sales will include a Mitigation Credit Transfer Certificate("Certificate") that is required to be provided to the buyer of Riparian Buffer credits, that will include, at a minimum, the following information: 1. Bank Details: (1) Bank Sponsor Name, (2) Bank Parcel name as it appears in this Instrument, and (3) DWR project number for the Plan as it appears in Table 1.0 of this Instrument. 2. Credit Details: (1) date of receipt, (2) identify if full or partial payment, (3) amount of Riparian Buffer Credits purchased in square feet and the confirmation from DWR or the local government of the amount required. 11 3. Permitted Project Details: (1) project name as it appears on DWR or local government permits and/or certifications, (2) 14-digit HUC, (3) confirmation of location within the Randleman Lake Water Supply Watershed, (4) DWR authorization number or delegated local government requiring Riparian Buffer Credits for the project. H. If the DWR determines that the Bank is operating at a deficit(e.g. the Sponsor is closing on sales and/or transferring credit that is not available), or the Bank is selling credits out of compliance with statutes, rules or this Agreement, the sale/transfer of credits will immediately cease, and the DWR, in consultation with the Sponsor,will determine what remedial actions are necessary. X. BANK PARCEL CLOSURE A. Bank Parcel Closure shall be identified as the event when the Sponsor is relieved of all of its responsibilities to the Bank Parcel and there are no Riparian Buffer Credits left to sell. B. Bank Parcel Closure shall commence only after all of the following events have occurred: 1. Transfer or assign the conservation easement and all of its interests,in perpetuity, to a land trust or stewardship program as described in Section V of this Instrument. 2. All five years of monitoring completed,and all monitoring reports submitted and approved by DWR. 3. All credits have been released and debited and updated ledgers showing zero credit balances have been submitted and approved by DWR. XI.GENERAL PROVISIONS FOR THE BANK PARCEL A. Upon the presentation of proper credentials, and during normal business hours, the Sponsor and the landowner shall grant permission to the Director of DWR, or authorized representative of the Director of DWR, to enter the property containing the Bank Parcel. B. Amendments: This Banking Instrument may be amended or modified only with written approval of all signatory parties, including the USACE if it is applicable to the amendment. C. Any transfer of the Sponsor's rights or obligations outlined in this Instrument or any other agreement referenced in this Instrument to a third party must be approved by DWR prior to the transfer. D. Force Majeure: After 100% of all of the credits have been released according to the credit release schedule in Section VIII and confirmation has been received by the DWR that the Conservation Easement has been successfully assigned in compliance with Item H of Section V, the Sponsor will not be responsible for Bank failure that is attributed to natural catastrophes including but not limited to flood, drought, disease, regional pest infestation, etc. that are beyond the control of the Sponsor. 12 E. However,if an event occurs before 100%of all of the credits have been released according to the credit release schedule in Section VIII, then the Sponsor shall take remedial action to restore the property to its condition prior to the event, in a manner sufficient to provide adequate mitigation to cover credits that were sold prior to the occurrence of the event. Such remedial action shall be taken by the Sponsor only to the extent necessary and appropriate, as determined by DWR and the Sponsor. DWR must concur in writing that a force majeure event has occurred for this provision to apply. F. Oversight: Actions taken by DWR may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Site visits, 2. Issuance of Site Viability Letters, 3. Plan review and approval of items listed in Section V of this Instrument, 4. As-Built Report review, and approval of items listed in Section VI of this Instrument, 5. Monitoring Report review, and approval of items listed in Section VI of this Instrument, 6. Credit Ledger review and approval of items listed in Section IX of this Instrument, 7. Certificate review of items listed in Section IX of this Instrument and cross analysis to credit ledgers and, 8. Information requests, file reviews and audits G. Reports, ledgers,files and other information shall be made available to DWR upon request,unless otherwise specified in this or any other document. H. Validity of the Banking Instrument: This Instrument will become valid on the date of the last party's signature. I. Specific Language of Banking Instrument Shall Be Controlling: To the extent that specific language in this document changes, modifies, or deletes terms and conditions contained in those documents that are incorporated into the Instrument by reference, and that are not legally binding, the specific language within the Instrument shall be controlling. J. Any disputes over decisions regarding this Instrument, shall be referred to the Director of DWR for a decision. The Director's decision is subject to review as provided in Articles 3 and 4 of G.S. 150B. K. This Agreement shall be binding upon the parties and is entered into knowingly, intelligently, and voluntarily. 13 L. Notices: All notices and other communications which may be or are required to be given or made by any party to the other shall be in writing and shall be deemed to have been properly given and received on the date delivered in person or deposited in the United States mail, registered or certified, electronic mail, return receipt requested, to the addresses set out below, or at such other addresses as specified by written notice delivered in accordance herewith. If to Bank Sponsor: Environmental Banc& Exchange, LLC Attention: Mr.Matt Butler 3600 Glenwood Ave. Suite 100 Raleigh,North Carolina 27612 Matt Butler mbutler@res.us If to DWR: NC Division of Water Resources—401 &Buffer Permitting Branch Attn: Nutrient Offset and Buffer Banking Coordinator 1617 Mail Service Center Raleigh,NC 27699-1617 14 M. Applicable Law: This Agreement shall be construed under the laws of the State of North Carolina. ENVIRONMENTAL BANC &EXCHANGE, LLC By: Brad Breslow (Print) St (Signature) Title: Regulatory Manager Date: 9/29/2020 NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY-DIVISION OF WATER RESOURCES By: Danny Smith (Print) (Signature) Title: Director,Division of Water Resources Date: 15 Appendix AB • RES Feed and Seed Site Viability for Buffer Mitigation and Nutrient Offset ems:: • Y_u ROY COOPER NORTH CAROLINA Governor Environmental Quality MICHAEL S.REGAN Secretary LINDA CULPEPPER Interim Director August 2,2018 Jeremy Schmid Resource Environmental Solutions 302 Jefferson Street,Suite 110 Raleigh,NC 27605 (via electronic mail:jschmids`tzres.us) Re: Site Viability for Buffer Mitigation&Nutrient Offset- Feed and Seed Site Located near 6194 Lewis Davis Rd, Randleman,NC Randleman Lake Watershed/HUC 03030003 Randolph County Dear Mr. Schmid, On April 16,2018, Katie Merritt,with the Division of Water Resources (DWR),received a request from you on behalf of Resource Environmental Solutions, LLC (RES) for a site visit near the above-referenced site in the Randleman Lake Watershed of the Cape Fear River Basin.The site visit was to determine the potential for riparian buffer mitigation within a proposed Easement Boundary,which is more accurately shown in the attached map labeled "Existing Conditions". On June 13, 2018,Ms. Merritt performed a site assessment of the subject site. Ms. Merritt's evaluation of the features onsite and their associated mitigation determination for the riparian areas are provided in the table below. This evaluation was made from Top of Bank (TOB) and landward 200'from each feature for buffer mitigation pursuant to 15A NCAC 02B .0295 (effective November 1, 2015). T E Q Y aqumay North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality I Division of Water Resources 512 North Salisbury Street 11611 Mail Service Center I Raleigh,North Carolina 27699-1611 919.707.9000 L y 1 Feed and Seed Site Resource Environmental Solutions, LLC August 2, 2018 Feature Classification 1Subject Riparian Land uses Suffer 2Nutrient Mitigation Type Determination w/in onsite La adjacent to Feature Credit Offset riparian areas Buffer (0-200') Viable Viable at Rule 2.273 lbs/acre RD1 Stream Yes — Combination of Yes3°4 N/A Non-forested areas-Restoration Site per forested&non- 15A NCAC 02B.0295(n) forested pasture grazed by cattle;a Forested Areas- Enhancement Site per 15A collapsed NCAC 02B.0295(o)(6)if fence is installed or culvert/crossing was Preservation Site per 15A NCAC 02B.0295 observed(see map) (o)(5)if fence isn't installed. and unstable banks were present due to Minor bank stabilization and grading needed hoof shear where bank stability is compromised and where erosional rills and gullies are observed. Collapsed culvert/crossing has caused impeded flow in the stream and needs to be removed or replaced. RD2 Stream Yes Combination of Yes3°4 N/A Non-forested areas-Restoration Site per forested&non- 15A NCAC 02B.0295(n) (at DWR forested pasture flag) grazed by cattle; a Forested Areas- Enhancement Site per 15A collapsed culvert was NCAC 02B.0295(o)(6)if fence is installed or observed(see map) Preservation Site per 15A NCAC 02B.0295 (o)(5)if fence isn't installed. Minor bank stabilization and grading needed where bank stability is compromised. Collapsed culvert/crossing has caused impeded flow in the stream and needs to be removed or replaced. RD3 Stream Yes Combination of Yes3°4 N/A Non-forested areas-Restoration Site per forested&non- 15A NCAC 02B.0295(n) forested pasture grazed by cattle Forested Areas- Enhancement Site per 15A NCAC 02B.0295(o)(6)if fence is installed or Preservation Site per 15A NCAC 02B.0295 (o)(5)if fence isn't installed. Pond 1 In-line pond Yes non-forested pasture Yes N/A Perimeter/Fields-Restoration Site per 15A grazed by cattle NCAC 02B.0295(n) RD4 Stream Yes Combination of Yes3°4 N/A Non-forested areas-Restoration Site per forested&non- 15A NCAC 02B.0295(n) (below forested pasture DWR grazed by cattle. Forested Areas- Enhancement Site per 15A flag) NCAC 02B.0295(o)(6)if fence is installed or Page 214 Feed and Seed Site Resource Environmental Solutions, LLC August 2, 2018 Feature Classification 1Subject i Riparian Land uses Buffer ' 2Nutrient Mitigation Type Determination w/in 1 onsite to adjacent to Feature Credit Offset riparian areas Buffer (0-200') Viable Viable at Rule 2.2 73 _ 1 e RD5 Stream Yes Non-forested pasture Yes N/A Restoration Site per 15A NCAC 02B.0295(n) (at DWR grazed by cattle flag) RD6 Stream Yes Mostly non-forested Yes3'4 Non-forested areas-Restoration Site per pasture grazed by 15A NCAC 02B.0295(n) cattle with a forested strip near proposed Forested Areas- Enhancement Site per 15A easement boundary NCAC 02B.0295(o)(6)if fence is installed or (see map);unstable Preservation Site per 15A NCAC 02B.0295 banks were present (o)(5)if fence isn't installed. due to hoof shear Minor bank stabilization and grading needed where bank stability is compromised. 1Subjectivity calls for the features were determined by DWR in correspondence dated July 24,2018 using the 1:24,000 scale quadrangle topographic map prepared by USGS and the most recent printed version of the soil survey map prepared by the NRCS 2 NC Division of Water Resources-Methodology and Calculations for determining Nutrient Reductions associated with Riparian Buffer Establishment 3The area of preservation credit within a buffer mitigation site shall comprise of no more than 25 percent(25%) of the total area of buffer mitigation per 15A NCAC 0295 (o)(5)and 15A NCAC 0295 (o)(4). Site cannot be a Preservation Only site to comply with this rule. 4The area described as an Enhancement Site was assessed and determined to comply with all of 15A NCAC 02B.0295(o)(6). Cattle exclusion fencing is required to be installed around the mitigation area to get buffer credit under this part of the rule. 5The area of the mitigation site on ephemeral channel shall comprise no more than 25 percent(25%)of the total area of buffer mitigation per 15A NCAC 02B.0295 (o)(7). This letter does not constitute an approval of this site to generate mitigation credits. Pursuant to 15A NCAC 02B .0295,a mitigation plan shall be submitted to DWR for written approval prior to conducting any mitigation activities in riparian areas and/or surface waters for buffer mitigation credit. All vegetative plantings,performance criteria and other mitigation requirements for riparian restoration,enhancement and preservation must follow the requirements in 15A NCAC 02B .0295 to be eligible for riparian buffer mitigation credits. This viability assessment will expire on August 2, 2020 or upon the submittal of an As-Built Report to the DWR,whichever comes first. A map for reference is attached to this letter and was initialed by Ms. Merritt on August 2,2018. This letter should be provided in all stream, wetland or buffer mitigation plans for this Site. Page 314 1 J Feed and Seed Site Resource Environmental Solutions, LLC August 2, 2018 Please contact Katie Merritt at(919)-707-3637 if you have any questions regarding this correspondence. Sincerely, Karen Higgins,Supervisor 401 and Buffer Permitting Branch KAH/km Attachments: Existing Conditions Map cc: File Copy(Katie Merritt) Page 414 tor: -id Rig(Ara. - "•A_r `- - .- -�3 i .r1. _ -:'.ram i ,Q.S----�7— • -1 3.4;4141k ,pc. •..s. ‘ „ , . - . - 4.4.11:17-,,..„,'4.; .",,•‘\i 11 } .sue.. ; �. „ Y .4%,...-. • 11, . 4 PA . If • ... ' ... / . ��: .1 e•`4 %r rti1:'. ail. , y Ili- f • • •t JJ/ kr `yam .; : ►< - feI ` ', L 4 t •'•a ,i I. i •it lk " .l' .� ` i -79.8556, 1 $ ft- "T, -. • • • lit{�� {y1^ ` a :. � ,.IN 'Erfir:} V� k, •�L r'.1. - Cr ..r1... G 35.8811 {3 + . V y o r 1 - 1 - Legend r --_ • • Ell Point !i •'s, � 4 .aitr% '' Streams a ,;� r- Proposed Easement 3 r77' $ * �ii_i�ii! Ponds r r t. I + ,.06,,,,iii �' Parcels . C /1I1 Existing Conditions-Post Site Visit ,e: 6/19/2018 3 WE Feed and Seed Mitigation Site Dawn by.MDE 7 0 200 ` 4 F .1 t HUC 03030003 0 res Randolph County,North Carolina v• to\g. J Appendix B • Initial Evaluation Letter • Public Notice Agency Correspondence • Correspondence with US Fish and Wildlife Service • Correspondence with NC State Historic Preservation Office l, T °p DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 1`� AI WILMINGTON DISTRICT,CORPS OF ENGINEERS a _ 2, 69 DARLINGTON AVENUE W v, q �'��, WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 28403-1343 ', ,1}1 yrT REPLY TO ATTENTION OF: April 17, 2019 Regulatory Division/1200A Action ID No. SAW-2018-01637 Re: NCIRT Initial Review of the RES Cape Fear 03 Umbrella Mitigation Banking Instrument, Feed and Seed Mitigation Site Prospectus Mr. Brad Breslow Environmental Banc and Exchange, LLC 302 Jefferson Street, Suite 110 Raleigh,North Carolina 27605 Dear Mr. Breslow: This letter is in regard to your prospectus document dated January 2019, for the proposed RES Cape Fear 03 Umbrella Mitigation Bank and Feed and Seed Mitigation Site.The proposal consists of the establishment and operation of a commercial umbrella mitigation bank, and the associated 25.62 acre Feed and Seed Mitigation Site, located approximately 5.6 miles southeast of Archdale, in Randolph County, North Carolina (35.883069° N, -79.856111° W). The proposed Feed and Seed Mitigation site would include stream restoration and enhancement activities within four unnamed tributaries to Randleman Lake in the Cape Fear River Basin(8-digit hydrologic unit code (HUC): 03030003). The Corps determined the Prospectus was complete and issued a public notice (P/N# SAW- 2018-01637) on March 13, 2019. The purpose of this notice was to solicit the views of interested State and Federal agencies and other parties either interested in or affected by the proposed work. Attached are comments received in response to the public notice from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources State Historic Preservation Office. The Corps has considered the comments received from members of the Interagency Review Team (IRT) and information that was discussed during an IRT site review on October 16, 2018. We have determined that the proposed umbrella mitigation bank appears to have the potential to preserve and enhance aquatic resources within the 8-digit HUC 03030003 of the Cape Fear River. Therefore, the bank sponsor may proceed with preparation of a draft Umbrella Mitigation Banking Instrument(UMBI). Please provide a response to the attached comments with your draft UMBI submittal. We appreciate your interest in restoring and protecting waters of the United States. If you have questions regarding this letter,please contact me at the Raleigh Regulatory Field Office by email at Samantha.J.Dailey@usace.army.mil or telephone (919) 554-4884, Extension 22 Sincerely, Samantha Dailey Regulatory Project Manager Raleigh Regulatory Field Office Electronic Copies Furnished: NCIRT Distribution List 1.0S.,t4T United States Department of the Interior y ' ' ..; `o FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE ) . • Raleigh ES Field Office Post Office Box 33726 �'\\\4j�cw s °' Raleigh,North Carolina 27636-3726 March 29, 2019 RECEIVED APR 0 3 2019 Samantha Dailey U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington District RALEIGH REGULATORY Raleigh Regulatory Field Office FIELD OFFICE 3331 Heritage Trade Drive, Suite 105 Wake Forest, NC 27587 Re: RES Cape Fear 03 UMB(Feed and Seed Mitigation Site)/SAW-2018-01637/ Randolph County Dear Mrs. Dailey: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service(Service) has reviewed the project advertised in the above referenced Public Notice. The project, as advertised in the Public Notice, is expected to have minimal adverse impacts to fish and wildlife resources. Therefore,we have no objection to the activity as described in the permit application. In accordance with the Endangered Species Act of 1973, as amended, (ESA) and based on the information provided, and other available information, it appears the action is not likely to adversely affect federally listed species or their critical habitat as defined by the ESA. We believe that the requirements of section 7 (a)(2) of the ESA have been satisfied for this project. Please remember that obligations under the ESA must be reconsidered if: (1) new information identifies impacts of this action that may affect listed species or critical habitat in a manner not previously considered; (2) this action is modified in a manner that was not considered in this review;or, (3) a new species is listed or critical habitat determined that may be affected by the identified action. For your convenience a list of all federally protected endangered and threatened species in North Carolina is now available on our website at<http://www.fws.gov/raleigh>, Our web page contains a complete and updated list of federally protected species,and a list of federal species of concern known to occur in each county in North Carolina. The Service appreciates the opportunity to review and provide comments on the proposed action. Should you have any questions regarding the project, please contact Kathy Matthews at(919)856-4520, extension 27. Sincere'', �.f]� - ��� -' 2/ .I ,-(Pete Benja`riin, - Field Supervisor . cc: NMFS, Beaufort, NC EPA,Atlanta, GA WRC, Raleigh 10' 1 7.7' North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources State Historic Preservation Office Ramona M.Bartos,Administrator Governor Roy Cooper Office of Archives and History Secretary Susi H.Hamilton Deputy Secretary Kevin Cherry April 4,2019 Samantha Dailey Raleigh Regulatory Field Office 3331 Heritage Trade Drive, Suite 105 Wake Forest,NC 27587 Re: Establish RES Cape Fear 03 Umbrella Mitigation Bank,Feed and Seed Mitigation Site, SAW 2018-01637,Randolph County,ER 19-0997 Dear Ms. Dailey: We have received a public notice concerning the above project. We have conducted a review of the project and are aware of no historic resources which would be affected by the project. Therefore,we have no comment on the project as proposed. The above comments are made pursuant to Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation's Regulations for Compliance with Section 106 codified at 36 CFR Part 800. Thank you for your cooperation and consideration. If you have questions concerning the above comment, contact Renee Gledhill-Earley, environmental review coordinator, at 919-807-6579 or environmental.review@a,ncdcr.gov. In all future communication concerning this project,please cite the above referenced tracking number. Sincerely, _fz_A.,zt_ Atd101-Wtt-6- Ramona M. Bartos Location:109 East Jones Street,Raleigh NC 27601 Mailing Address:4617 Mail Service Center,Raleigh NC 27699-4617 Telephone/Fax:(919)807-6570/807-6599 Appendix C Site Protection Instrument (s) and Longterm Stewardship Program Overview and Monitoring Report Template Site Protection Instruments * Model Conservation Easement Note: This appendix will be updated as the easement deeds and plats become available. Longterm Stewardship Program Overview and Monitoring Report Template RECORDING REQUESTED BY AND WHEN RECORDED MAIL TO: SPACE ABOVE THIS LINE FOR RECORDER'S USE PERMANENT CONSERVATION EASEMENT THIS CONSERVATION EASEMENT ("Conservation Easement") made this day of , 202_ by and between ("Grantor") and _ ("Grantee"). The designation Grantor and Grantee as used herein shall include said parties, their heirs, successors and assigns, and shall include singular, plural, masculine, feminine or neuter as required by context. RECITALS WHEREAS, Grantor owns in fee simple certain real property situated, lying and being in County, North Carolina, more particularly described in Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein (the "Property"); WHEREAS, Grantee is a charitable, not-for-profit or educational corporation, association, or trust qualified under § 501 (c)(3) and § 170 (h) of the Internal Revenue Code, and N.C. Gen. Stat. § 121-34 et seq., the purposes or powers of which include one or more of the purposes (a) — (d) listed below; (a) retaining or protecting natural, scenic, or open-space aspects of real property; (b) ensuring the availability of real property for recreational, educational, or open-space use; (c) protecting natural resources; (d) maintaining or enhancing air or water quality. WHEREAS, Grantor and Grantee recognize the conservation, scenic, natural, or aesthetic value of the property in its natural state, which includes the following natural communities: [add or delete as appropriate: coastal wetlands, non-riparian wetlands, riparian wetlands, perennial and intermittent streams and riparian buffers]. The purpose of this Conservation Easement is to maintain streams, wetlands and riparian resources and other natural values of approximately acres, more or less, and being more particularly described in Exhibit B attached hereto and incorporated fully herein by reference (the "Conservation Easement Area"), and prevent the use or development of the Conservation Easement Area for any purpose or in any manner that would conflict with the maintenance of its natural condition. WHEREAS, the restoration, enhancement and preservation of the Conservation Easement Area is a condition of the approval of the Mitigation Banking Instrument (MBI) and Mitigation Plan for the Mitigation Bank, Department of the Army (DA) Action ID Number SAW- , entitled "Agreement to Establish the Mitigation Bank in the _ River Basin within the State of North Carolina", entered into by and between [enter Sponsor name], acting as the Bank Sponsor, and the Wilmington District Corps of Engineers (Corps), in consultation with the North Carolina Interagency Review Team (IRT). The Mitigation Site has been approved by the Corps for use as a mitigation bank to compensate for unavoidable stream and wetland impacts authorized by DA permits. WHEREAS, the restoration, enhancement and preservation of the Conservation Easement Area is also a condition of the approval of the Riparian Buffer and Nutrient Offset Mitigation Banking Instrument (MBI)and Bank Parcel Development Package (BPDP) or Mitigation Plan for the Riparian Buffer and Nutrient Offset Mitigation Bank, North Carolina Division of Water Resources (NCDWR) Project ID# , which was approved by the NCDWR, and will be made and entered into by and between [enter Sponsor name], acting as the Bank Sponsor, and the NCDWR. The Riparian Buffer and Nutrient Offset Site is intended to be used to compensate for riparian buffer and nutrient impacts to surface waters. WHEREAS, Grantor and Grantee agree that third-party rights of enforcement shall be held by the North Carolina Division of Water Resources (NCDWR) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington District ("Third- Parties," to include any successor agencies), and may be exercised through the appropriate enforcement agencies of the United States and the State of North Carolina, and that these rights are in addition to, and do not limit, the rights of enforcement under the NCDWR Project ID# and the Department of the Army instrument number SAW ("Mitigation Banking Instrument"), or any permit or certification issued by the Third-Parties. NOW, THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the covenants and representations contained herein and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and legal sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, Grantor hereby unconditionally and irrevocably grants and conveys unto Grantee, its heirs, successors and assigns, forever and in perpetuity a Conservation Easement of the nature and character and to the extent hereinafter set forth, over the Conservation Easement Area described on Exhibit B, together with the right to preserve and protect the conservation values thereof, as follows: ARTICLE I. DURATION OF EASEMENT This Conservation Easement shall be perpetual. This Conservation Easement is an easement in gross, runs with the land and is enforceable by Grantee against Grantor, Grantor's personal representatives, heirs, successors and assigns, lessees, agents and licensees. ARTICLE II. PROHIBITED AND RESTRICTED ACTIVITIES Any activity on, or use of, the Conservation Easement Area inconsistent with the purpose of this Conservation Easement is prohibited. The Conservation Easement Area shall be preserved in its natural condition and restricted from any development that would impair or interfere with the conservation values of the Conservation Easement Area. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the following activities and uses are expressly prohibited, restricted or reserved as indicated hereunder: A. Disturbance of Natural Features. Any change disturbance, alteration or impairment of the natural features of the Conservation Easement Area or any introduction of non-native plants and/or animal species is prohibited. B. Construction. There shall be no constructing or placing of any building, mobile home, asphalt or concrete pavement, billboard or other advertising display, antenna, utility pole, tower, conduit, line, pier, landing, dock or any other temporary or permanent structure or facility on or above the Conservation Easement Area. C. Industrial, Commercial and Residential Use. Industrial, residential and/or commercial activities, including any rights of passage for such purposes are prohibited. D. Agricultural, Grazing and Horticultural Use. Agricultural, grazing, animal husbandry, and horticultural use of the Conservation Easement Area are prohibited. E. Vegetation. There shall be no removal, burning, destruction, harming, cutting or mowing of trees, shrubs, or other vegetation in the Conservation Easement Area except as provided in the Mitigation Plan and BPDP/Mitigation Plan. Mowing of invasive and herbaceous vegetation for purposes of enhancing planted or volunteer trees and shrubs approved in the Mitigation Plan and BPDP/Mitigation Plan is allowable once a year for no more than five consecutive years from the date on page 1 of this Conservation Easement, except where mowing will negatively impact vegetation or disturb soils. Mowing activities shall only be performed by [enter Sponsor name] and shall not violate any part of Item L of Article II. F. Roads and Trails. There shall be no construction of roads, trails or walkways on the Conservation Easement Area; nor enlargement or modification to existing roads, trails or walkways. G. Signage. No signs shall be permitted on or over the Conservation Easement Area, except the posting of no trespassing signs, signs identifying the conservation values of the Conservation Easement Area, signs giving directions or proscribing rules and regulations for the use of the Conservation Easement Area and/or signs identifying the Grantor as owner of the Conservation Easement Area. H. Dumping or Storage. Dumping or storage of soil, trash, ashes, garbage, waste, abandoned vehicles, appliances, machinery or hazardous substances, or toxic or hazardous waste, or any placement of underground or aboveground storage tanks or other materials on the Conservation Easement Area is prohibited. I. Excavation, Dredging or Mineral Use. There shall be no grading, filling, excavation, dredging, mining or drilling; no removal of topsoil, sand, gravel, rock, peat, minerals or other materials, and no change in the topography of the land in any manner on the Conservation Easement Area, except to restore natural topography or drainage patterns. For purposes of restoring and enhancing streams and wetlands within the Conservation Easement Area, [enter Sponsor name] is allowed to perform grading, filling, and excavation associated with stream and wetland restoration and enhancement activities as described in the Mitigation Plan and authorized by Department of the Army Nationwide Permit 27. J. Water Quality and Drainage Pattern. There shall be no diking, draining, dredging, channeling, filling, leveling, pumping, impounding or related activities, or altering or tampering with water control structures or devices, or disruption or alteration of the restored, enhanced, or created drainage patterns. In addition, diverting or causing or permitting the diversion of surface or underground water into, within or out of the easement area by any means, removal of wetlands, polluting or discharging into waters, springs, seeps, or wetlands, or use of pesticide or biocides is prohibited. K. Development Rights. No development rights that have been encumbered or extinguished by this Conservation Easement shall be transferred pursuant to a transferable development rights scheme or cluster development arrangement or otherwise. [Not required, but may be added if Grantor and Grantee agree:] L. Subdivision. The Grantor and Grantee agree that the Conservation Easement Area currently consists of within separate parcels. The Grantor may not further subdivide the Conservation Easement Area, except with the prior written consent of the Grantee. If Grantor elects to further subdivide any portion of the Conservation Easement Area, Grantor must provide the Grantee the name, address, and telephone number of new owner(s) of all property within the Conservation Easement Area, if different from Grantor. No subdivision of the Conservation Easement Area shall limit the right of ingress and egress over and across the Property for the purposes set forth herein. Further, in the event of any subdivision of the Property (whether inside or outside of the Conservation Easement Area) provision shall be made to preserve not only Grantee's perpetual rights of access to the Conservation Easement Area, as defined herein, but also Grantee's right of perpetual access to any conservation easements on properties adjacent to the Property which form a part of or are included in the Mitigation Plan or BPDP/Mitigation Plan. Creation of a condominium or any de facto division of the Conservation Easement Area is prohibited. Lot line adjustments or lot consolidation without the prior written consent of the Grantee is prohibited. The Grantor may convey undivided interests in the real property underlying the Conservation Easement Area. The Grantor shall notify the Grantee immediately of the name, address, and telephone number of any grantee of an undivided interest in any property within the Conservation Easement Area. M. Vehicles. The operation of mechanized vehicles, including, but not limited to, motorcycles, dirt bikes, all-terrain vehicles, cars and trucks is prohibited other than for temporary or occasional access by the tenter Sponsor name], the Grantee, its employees and agents, successors, assigns, NCDWR, and the Corps for purposes of constructing, maintaining and monitoring the restoration, enhancement and preservation of streams, wetlands and riparian areas within the Conservation Easement Area. The use of mechanized vehicles for monitoring purposes is limited to only existing roads and trails as shown in the approved in the Mitigation Plan and BPDP/Mitigation Plan. N. Other Prohibitions. Any other use of, or activity on, the Conservation Easement Area which is or may become inconsistent with the purposes of this grant, the preservation of the Conservation Easement Area substantially in its natural condition, or the protection of its environmental systems, is prohibited. ARTICLE III. GRANTOR'S RESEVERED RIGHTS The Grantor expressly reserves for himself, his personal representatives, heirs, successors or assigns, the right to continue the use of the Conservation Easement Area for all purposes not inconsistent with this Conservation Easement, including, but not limited to, the right to quiet enjoyment of the Conservation Easement Area, the rights of ingress and egress, the right to hunt, fish, and hike on the Conservation Easement Area, the right to sell, transfer, gift or otherwise convey the Conservation Easement Area, in whole or in part, provided such sale, transfer or gift conveyance is subject to the terms of, and shall specifically reference, this Conservation Easement. Notwithstanding the foregoing Restrictions, Grantor reserves for Grantor, its successors and assigns, including [enter Sponsor name] acting as the Bank Sponsor, the right to construct and perform activities related to the restoration, enhancement, and preservation of streams, wetlands and riparian areas within the Conservation Easement Area in accordance with the approved Mitigation Plan, the approved BPDP/Mitigation Plan, and the two Mitigation Banking Instruments described in the Recitals of this Conservation Easement. Notwithstanding the foregoing Restrictions, Grantor reserves for Grantor, its successors and assigns, the following rights in the areas labeled as "Internal Crossing" on the plat [insert plat name and recorded plat book page number] in the Conservation Easement Area: vehicular access, livestock access, irrigation piping and piping of livestock waste. All Internal Crossings that allow livestock access will be bounded by fencing and will be over a culvert. ARTICLE IV. GRANTEE'S RIGHTS The Grantee or its authorized representatives, successors and assigns, the Corps and NCDWR, shall have the right to enter the Property and Conservation Easement Area at all reasonable times for the purpose of inspecting the Conservation Easement Area to determine if the Grantor, or his personal representatives, heirs, successors, or assigns, is complying with the terms, conditions, restrictions, and purposes of this Conservation Easement. The Grantee, [enter Sponsor name], and its authorized representatives, successors and assigns, the Corps and NCDWR shall also have the right to enter and go upon the Conservation Easement Area for purposes of making scientific or educational observations and studies, and taking samples. The easement rights granted herein do not include public access rights. ARTICLE V. ENFORCEMENT AND REMEDIES A. To accomplish the purposes of this Easement, Grantee, the Corps, and NCDWR are allowed to prevent any activity on or use of the Conservation Easement Area that is inconsistent with the purposes of this Easement and to require the restoration of such areas or features of the Conservation Easement Area that may be damaged by such activity or use. Upon any breach of the terms of this Conservation Easement by Grantor that comes to the attention of the Grantee, the Grantee shall notify the Grantor in writing of such breach. The Grantor shall have 30 days after receipt of such notice to correct the conditions constituting such breach. If the breach remains uncured after 30 days, the Grantee may enforce this Conservation Easement by appropriate legal proceedings including damages, injunctive and other relief. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Grantee reserves the immediate right, without notice, to obtain a temporary restraining order, injunctive or other appropriate relief if the breach of the terms of this Conservation Easement is or would irreversibly or otherwise materially impair the benefits to be derived from this Conservation Easement. The Grantor and Grantee acknowledge that under such circumstances damage to the Grantee would be irreparable and remedies at law will be inadequate. The rights and remedies of the Grantee provided hereunder shall be in addition to, and not in lieu of, all other rights and remedies available to Grantee in connection with this Conservation Easement. The costs of a breach, correction or restoration, including the Grantee's expenses, court costs, and attorneys' fees, shall be paid by Grantor, provided Grantor is determined to be responsible for the breach. The Corps and the NCDWR shall have the same rights and privileges as the said Grantee to enforce the terms and conditions of this Conservation Easement. B. No failure on the part of the Grantee to enforce any covenant or provision hereof shall discharge or invalidate such covenant or any other covenant, condition, or provision hereof or affect the right to Grantee to enforce the same in the event of a subsequent breach or default. C. Nothing contained in this Conservation Easement shall be construed to entitle Grantee to bring any action against Grantor for any injury or change in the Conservation Easement Area resulting from causes beyond the Grantor's control, including, without limitation, fire, flood, storm, war, acts of God or third parties, except Grantor's lessees or invitees; or from any prudent action taken in good faith by Grantor under emergency conditions to prevent, abate, or mitigate significant injury to life, damage to property or harm to the Conservation Easement Area resulting from such causes. ARTICLE VI. MISCELLANEOUS A. Warranty. Grantor warrants, covenants and represents that it owns the Property in fee simple, and that Grantor either owns all interests in the Property which may be impaired by the granting of this Conservation Easement or that there are no outstanding mortgages, tax liens, encumbrances, or other interests in the Property which have not been expressly subordinated to this Conservation Easement. Grantor further warrants that Grantee shall have the use of and enjoy all the benefits derived from and arising out of this Conservation Easement, and that Grantor will warrant and defend title to the Property against the claims of all persons. - B. Subsequent Transfers. The Grantor agrees to incorporate the terms of this Conservation Easement in any deed or other legal instrument that transfers any interest in all or a portion of the Conservation Easement Area. The Grantor agrees to provide written notice of such transfer at least sixty (60) days prior to the date of the transfer. The Grantor and Grantee agree that the terms of this Conservation Easement shall survive any merger of the fee and easement interests in the Conservation Easement Area or any portion thereof and shall not be amended, modified or terminated without the prior written consent and approval of the Corps. C. Assignment. The parties recognize and agree that the benefits of this Conservation Easement are in gross and assignable provided, however that the Grantee hereby covenants and agrees, that in the event it transfers or assigns this Conservation Easement, the organization receiving the interest will be a qualified holder pursuant to 33 CFR 332.7 (a)(1), N.C. Gen. Stat. § 121-34 et seq. and § 501 (c)(3) and § 170 (h) of the Internal Revenue Code, and the Grantee further covenants and agrees that the terms of the transfer or assignment will be such that the transferee or assignee will be required to continue in perpetuity the conservation purposes described in this document. D. Entire Agreement and Severability. The combined Mitigation Banking Instruments: MBI with corresponding Mitigation Plan, and MBI with corresponding BPDP/Mitigation Plan, and this Conservation Easement sets forth the entire agreement of the parties with respect to the Conservation Easement and supersedes all prior discussions, negotiations, understandings or agreements relating to the Conservation Easement. If any provision is found to be void or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, the remainder shall continue in full force and effect. E. Obligations of Ownership. Grantor is responsible for any real estate taxes, assessments, fees, or charges levied upon the Property. Grantor shall keep the Property free of any liens or other encumbrances for obligations incurred by Grantor, except those incurred after the date hereof, which are expressly subject and subordinate to the Conservation Easement. Grantee shall not be responsible for any costs or liability of any kind related to the ownership, operation, insurance, upkeep, or maintenance of the Property, except as expressly provided herein. Nothing herein shall relieve the Grantor of the obligation to comply with federal, state or local laws, regulations and permits that may apply to the exercise of the Reserved Rights. F. Long-Term Management. Grantor is responsible for all long-term management activities associated with fencing. These activities include the maintenance and/or replacement of fence structures to ensure the aquatic resource functions within the boundaries of the Protected Property are sustained. G. Extinguishment. In the event that changed conditions render impossible the continued use of the Conservation Easement Area for the conservation purposes, this Conservation Easement may only be extinguished, in whole or in part, by judicial proceeding. H. Eminent Domain. Whenever all or part of the Conservation Easement Area is taken in the exercise of eminent domain so as to substantially abrogate the Restrictions imposed by this Conservation Easement, Grantor and Grantee shall join in appropriate actions at the time of such taking to recover the full value of the taking, and all incidental and direct damages due to the taking. I. Proceeds. This Conservation Easement constitutes a real property interest immediately vested in Grantee. In the event that all or a portion of the Conservation Easement Area is sold, exchanged, or involuntarily converted following an extinguishment or the exercise of eminent domain, Grantee shall be entitled to the fair market value of this Conservation Easement as determined at the time of the extinguishment or condemnation. J. Notification. Any notice, request for approval, or other communication required under this Conservation Easement shall be sent by registered or certified mail, postage prepaid, to the following addresses (or such address as may be hereafter specified by notice pursuant to this paragraph): To Grantor: [Name, address and fax number] To Grantee: [Name, address and fax number] To Sponsor: To the Corps: US Army Corps of Engineers Wilmington District, Regulatory Division 69 Darlington Avenue Wilmington, NC 28403 To NCDEQ -DWR: NCDEQ — Division of Water Resources 401 & Buffer Permitting Branch 1617 Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC 27699-1601 K. Failure of Grantee. If at any time Grantee is unable or fails to enforce this Conservation Easement, or if Grantee ceases to be a qualified grantee, and if within a reasonable period of time after the occurrence of one of these events Grantee fails to make an assignment pursuant to this Conservation Easement, then the Grantee's interest shall become vested in another qualified grantee in accordance with an appropriate proceeding in a court of competent jurisdiction. L. Amendment. This Conservation Easement may be amended, but only in a writing signed by all parties hereto, and provided such amendment does not affect the qualification of this Conservation Easement or the status of the Grantee under any applicable laws, and is consistent with the conservation purposes of this grant. M. Present Condition of the Conservation Easement Area. The wetlands, scenic, resource, environmental, and other natural characteristics of the Conservation Easement Area, and its current use and state of improvement, are described in Section of the Mitigation Plan, prepared by Grantor and acknowledged by the Grantor and Grantee to be complete and accurate as of the date hereof. Both Grantor and Grantee have copies of this report. It will be used by the parties to assure that any future changes in the use of the Conservation Easement Area will be consistent with the terms of this Conservation Easement. However, this report is not intended to preclude the use of other evidence to establish the present condition of the Conservation Easement Area if there is a controversy over its use. TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said rights and easements perpetually unto Grantee for the aforesaid purposes. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the Grantor has hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written. [Signatures of the Grantor and Grantee in appropriate form] dotloop signature verification:dtlp.us/4g9n-WObs-gzAP Unique Places To Save February 26, 2020 Matt Butler RES 302 Jefferson Street, Suite 110 Raleigh, NC 27605 Dear Mr. Butler, This letter confirms that Unique Places to Save ("UP2S"), a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization located in the State of North Carolina, has preliminarily agreed to act as the conservation easement grantee and long-term steward for the Feed and Seed Mitigation Project ("Site") located in the Cape Fear River Basin (HUC 03030003) in Randolph County, North Carolina. The Site consists of an approximate 27.58-acre conservation easement area. As the conservation easement grantee and long-term steward, UP2S has agreed to and shall be responsible for periodic inspection of the Site to ensure that restrictions required in the conservation easement are enforced and maintained into perpetuity. Specific responsibilities include: • Monitoring of Site is conducted on an annual basis. • Visits to Site are coordinated with landowner when possible. • Annual monitoring reports are sent to the landowner when possible. • Signage and fencing (if applicable) for the easement boundary is maintained. • Violations and potential violations of the conservation easement deed are addressed following protocols contained in the UP2S Conservation Easement Violations Policy. UP2S shall receive a stewardship endowment from Environmental Banc & Exchange, LLC ("EBX"), the Site sponsor, in the amount of $39,242.86 to ensure annual Site inspections occur and the terms of the conservation easement are legally defended into perpetuity. UP2S shall also require an administrative fee of $3,000.00 upon execution of a Stewardship Agreement between UP2S and EBX. 3 dotloop verified #e, 0226/20 12:34 PM EST SQ HQ-E1 XL-OECE-A2FG Jeff Fisher, Board Member Representative Signature Unique Places To Save EBX/RES _Matt Butler Printed Name _02/26/2020 Date PO Box 1183 • Chapel Hill, NC 27514 919-428-2040 info@uniqueplacestosave.org Unique Places to Save Annual Monitoring and Legal Defense Endowment I Feed and Seed Easement-CONFIDENTIAL Units Hours Cost/Unit Frequency Annual Cost Annual Monitoring Staff time to monitor mitigation easement,including file review, travel time,on site time,post visit report production 27.58 ac 7 $60.00 Annual $420.00 Staff time needed to address minor violations or issues N/A 10 $600.00 Once every 10 yrs. $60.00 Mileage 140 N/A $0.575 Annual $80.50 Lodging Costs 0 N/A $0.00 Annual $0.00 Meal Costs 1 N/A $20.00 Annual $20.00 Insurance N/A N/A $100.00 N/A $100.00 Total Annual Funding Amount $680.50 Capitalization Rate 3.50% 3Monitoring Endowment Accepting and Defending the Easement in Perpetuity Staff time for major violations N/A 80 $60.00 N/A ' $4,800.00 i Legal Counsel N/A N/A N/A N/A $10,000.00 Other Incidentals N/A N/A N/A N/A $5,000.00 Stewardship Complexities N/A N/A N/A N/A $0.00 Monitoring Endowment) $19,800.007 Total Monitoring and Legal Defense Endowment $39,242.86 Appendix D • USACE JD Submittal Package (8/29/2019) • USACE Correspondence (9/3/2019) 302 Jefferson Street, Suite 110 r es Raleigh, NC 27605 Corporate Headquarters 5020 Montrose Blvd.Suite 650 Houston,TX 77006 Main:713.520.5400 August 29, 2019 Samantha Dailey U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Raleigh Field Office 331 Heritage Trade Drive, Suite 105 Wake Forest,NC 27587 Dear Ms. Dailey, Resource Environmental Solutions(RES)is pleased to present this Request for a Preliminary Jurisdictional Determination for Feed and Seed Mitigation Site located in Randleman,Randolph County,North Carolina. As part of this scope of work,RES is submitting this request to the U.S.Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) for a confirmation of the limits of Waters of the U.S. on the subject site. The Feed and Seed Mitigation Site (the "Site") is located within a watershed primarily composed of agriculture, forests, and low-intensity residential areas. The Site will involve the restoration and enhancement of four unnamed tributaries to Randleman Lake. The Site was identified as having potential to help meet the compensatory mitigation requirements for stream impacts in hydrologic unit code (HUC) 03030003 of the Cape Fear River Basin. The Site provides 25.62 acres of proposed conservation easement. The conceptual design presents 3,188 linear feet of stream mitigation generating 2,638 Stream Mitigation Units (SMUs). The Site will restore, enhance, and protect an important aquatic resource and wildlife corridor while also accommodating existing agricultural land uses. We thank you in advance for your timely response and cooperation. Please feel free to contact me at (919) 345-3034 if you have any additional question regarding this matter. Sincerely, Jeremy Schmid l Senior Ecologist Attachments: Jurisdictional Determination Request Form, Preliminary Jurisdictional Determination Form, Landowner Authorization Form,Vicinity Map, USGS Topographc Map,National Wetlands Inventory Map, Soils Map, Potential Waters of the U.S. Delineation Map, and Wetland Data Sheets res.us Jurisdictional Determination Request US Army Corps of Engineers. Wilmington District This form is intended for use by anyone requesting a jurisdictional determination (JD) from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington District(Corps). Please include all supporting information, as described within each category, with your request. You may submit your request via mail, electronic mail, or facsimile. Requests should be sent to the appropriate project manager of the county in which the property is located. A current list of project managers by assigned counties can be found on-line at: http://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/RegulatoryPermitProgram/Contact/CountyLocator.aspx, by calling 910-251-4633, or by contacting any of the field offices listed below. Once your request is received you will be contacted by a Corps project manager. ASHEVILLE&CHARLOTTE REGULATORY WASHINGTON REGULATORY FIELD OFFICE FIELD OFFICES US Army Corps of Engineers US Army Corps of Engineers 2407 West Fifth Street 151 Patton Avenue,Room 208 Washington,North Carolina 27889 Asheville,North Carolina 28801-5006 General Number:(910)251-4610 General Number:(828)271-7980 Fax Number:(252)975-1399 Fax Number:(828)281-8120 WILMINGTON REGULATORY FIELD OFFICE RALEIGH REGULATORY FIELD OFFICE US Army Corps of Engineers US Army Corps of Engineers 69 Darlington Avenue 3331 Heritage Trade Drive,Suite 105 Wilmington,North Carolina 28403 Wake Forest,North Carolina 27587 General Number:910-251-4633 General Number:(919)554-4884 Fax Number:(910)251-4025 Fax Number:(919)562-0421 INSTRUCTIONS: All requestors must complete Parts A, B, C,D, E, F and G. NOTE TO CONSULTANTS AND AGENCIES: If you are requesting a JD on behalf of a paying client or your agency,please note the specific submittal requirements in Part H. NOTE ON PART D—PROPERTY OWNER AUTHORIZATION: Please be aware that all JD requests must include the current property owner authorization for the Corps to proceed with the determination, which may include inspection of the property when necessary. This form must be signed by the current property owner(s) or the owner(s) authorized agent to be considered a complete request. NOTE ON PART D -NCDOT REQUESTS: Property owner authorization/notification for JD requests associated with North Carolina Depaitiuent of Transportation (NCDOT) projects will be conducted according to the current NCDOT/USACE protocols. NOTE TO USDA PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS: A Corps approved or preliminary JD may not be valid for the wetland conservation provisions of the Food Security Act of 1985. If you or your tenant are USDA Program participants, or anticipate participation in USDA programs, you should also request a certified wetland determination from the local office of the Natural Resources Conservation Service,prior to starting work. Version:May 2017 Page 1 Jurisdictional Determination Request A. PARCEL INFORMATION Street Address: 6862 Davis Country Rd City, State: Randleman, NC County: Randolph Parcel Index Number(s) (PIN): 7747665722, 7747565971 B. REQUESTOR INFORMATION Name: Jeremy Schmid Mailing Address: 302 Jefferson Street, Suite 110 Raleigh, NC 27605 Telephone Number: 919-345-3034 Electronic Mail Address: jschmid@res.us Select one: I am the current property owner. ❑ I am an Authorized Agent or Environmental Consultant' riInterested Buyer or Under Contract to Purchase Other,please explain. C. PROPERTY OWNER INFORMATION2 Name: Ryans S. Davis, Sr., and spouse, Toni O. Davis Mailing Address: 6862 Davis Country Rd Randleman, NC 27317 Telephone Number: Electronic Mail Address: ' Must provide completed Agent Authorization Form/Letter. 2 Documentation of ownership also needs to be provided with request(copy of Deed,County GIS/Parcel/Tax Record). Version:May 2017 Page 2 Landowner Authorization Form Site: Property Legal Description TRACT 1 Deed Book:2086 Page: 791 County:Randolph Parcel PIN: 7747665722 TRACT 2 Deed Book:1302 Page: 537 County: Randolph Parcel PIN: 7747565971 TRACT 3 Deed Book:2086 Page: 793 County: Randolph Parcel PIN:7747789806 Street Address:at/near 6862 Davis Country Road,Randleman,NC 27317 Property Owner: Ryan S. Davis,Sr.,and spouse,Toni O.Davis The undersigned,registered property owner of the above property,do hereby authorize Resource Environmental Solutions,the NC Division of Water Resources,and the US Army Corps of Engineers, their employees,agents or assigns to have reasonable access to the above referenced property for the evaluation of the property as a potential stream, wetland,and or riparian buffer restoration project,including conducting stream and or wetland determinations and delineations,as well as issuance and acceptance of any required permit(s)or certification(s). Property Owner Address:6862 Davis Country Road,Randleman,NC 27317 I/We hereby certify the above information to be true and accurate to the best of my/our knowledge. (Property Owner Authorized Signature) Date O 0 COS t (Property Owner Printed Name) Date Jurisdictional Determination Request F. JURISDICTIONAL DETERMINATION(JD)TYPE (Select One) nI am requesting that the Corps provide a preliminary JD for the property identified herein. A Preliminary Jurisdictional Determination (PJD)provides an indication that there may be "waters of the United States" or"navigable waters of the United States"on a property. PJDs are sufficient as the basis for permit decisions. For the purposes of permitting, all waters and wetlands on the property will be treated as if they are jurisdictional "waters of the United States". PJDs cannot be appealed(33 C.F.R. 331.2); however, a PJD is "preliminary" in the sense that an approved JD can be requested at any time. PJDs do not expire. I am requesting that the Corps provide an approved JD for the property identified herein. An Approved Jurisdictional Determination (AJD)is a determination that jurisdictional "waters of the United States" or"navigable waters of the United States" are either present or absent on a site. An approved JD identifies the limits of waters on a site determined to be jurisdictional under the Clean Water Act and/or Rivers and Harbors Act. Approved JDs are sufficient as the basis for permit decisions. AJDs are appealable (33 C.F.R. 331.2). The results of the AJD will be posted on the Corps website. A landowner,permit applicant, or other"affected party" (33 C.F.R. 331.2)who receives an AJD may rely upon the AJD for five years (subject to certain limited exceptions explained in Regulatory Guidance Letter 05- 02). ElI am unclear as to which JD I would like to request and require additional information to inform my decision. G. ALL REQUESTS 171 Map of Property or Project Area. This Map must clearly depict the boundaries of the review area. I r l Size of Property or Review Area 27 acres. nThe property boundary (or review area boundary) is clearly physically marked on the site. Version:May 2017 Page 4 Jurisdictional Determination Request H. REQUESTS FROM CONSULTANTS Project Coordinates (Decimal Degrees): Latitude: 35.8841 Longitude: -79.8548 InA legible delineation map depicting the aquatic resources and the property/review area. Delineation maps must be no larger than l lx 17 and should contain the following: (Corps signature of submitted survey plats will occur after the submitted delineation map has been reviewed and approved).6 • North Arrow • Graphical Scale • Boundary of Review Area • Date • Location of data points for each Wetland Determination Data Form or tributary assessment reach. For Approved Jurisdictional Determinations: • Jurisdictional wetland features should be labeled as Wetland Waters of the US, 404 wetlands, etc. Please include the acreage of these features. • Jurisdictional non-wetland features (i.e. tidal/navigable waters, tributaries, impoundments) should be labeled as Non-Wetland Waters of the US, stream, tributary, open water,relatively permanent water,pond, etc. Please include the acreage or linear length of each of these features as appropriate. • Isolated waters,waters that lack a significant nexus to navigable waters, or non- jurisdictional upland features should be identified as Non-Jurisdictional. Please include a justification in the label regarding why the feature is non jurisdictional (i.e. "Isolated", "No Significant Nexus", or"Upland Feature"). Please include the acreage or linear length of these features as appropriate. For Preliminary Jurisdictional Determinations: • Wetland and non-wetland features should not be identified as Jurisdictional, 404, Waters of the United States, or anything that implies jurisdiction. These features can be identified as Potential Waters of the United States, Potential Non-wetland Waters of the United States,wetland, stream, open water, etc. Please include the acreage and linear length of these features as appropriate. I , l Completed Wetland Determination Data Forms for appropriate region (at least one wetland and one upland form needs to be completed for each wetland type) 6 Please refer to the guidance document titled"Survey Standards for Jurisdictional Determinations"to ensure that the supplied map meets the necessary mapping standards.http://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/Regulatory-Permit- Pro gram/Jurisdiction/ Version:May 2017 Page 5 Jurisdictional Determination Request Completed appropriate Jurisdictional Determination form • PJDs,please complete a Preliminary Jurisdictional Determination Form'and include the Aquatic Resource Table • AJDs,please complete an Approved Jurisdictional Determination Forma El Vicinity Map Aerial Photograph USGS Topographic Map ✓ Soil Survey Map ❑✓ Other Maps, as appropriate (e.g.National Wetland Inventory Map, Proposed Site Plan,previous delineation maps, LIDAR maps,FEMA floodplain maps) Landscape Photos (if taken) nNCSAM and/or NCWAM Assessment Forms and Rating Sheets nNC Division of Water Resources Stream Identification Forms L Other Assessment Forms ' www.saw.usace.army.mil/Portals/59/docs/regulatory/regdocs/JD/RGL 08-02AppA Prelim JD Form fillable.pdf s Please see http://www.saw.usace.army.mil/Missions/Regulatory-Permit-Pro gram/Jurisdiction/ Principal Purpose:The information that you provide will be used in evaluating your request to determine whether there are any aquatic resources within the project area subject to federaljurisdiction under the regulatory authorities referenced above. Routine Uses:This information may be shared with the Department of Justice and other federal,state,and local government agencies,and the public,and may be made available as part of a public notice as required by federal law.Your name and property location where federal jurisdiction is to be determined will be included in the approved jurisdictional determination(AJD),which will be made available to the public on the District's website and on the Headquarters USAGE website. Disclosure:Submission of requested information is voluntary;however,if information is not provided,the request for an AJD cannot be evaluated nor can an AJD be issued. Version:May 2017 Page 6 Appendix 2 - PRELIMINARY JURISDICTIONAL DETERMINATION (PJD) FORM BACKGROUND INFORMATION A. REPORT COMPLETION DATE FOR PJD: 08/29/19 B. NAME AND ADDRESS OF PERSON REQUESTING PJD: Jeremy Schmid C. DISTRICT OFFICE, FILE NAME, AND NUMBER: CESAW-RG-R D. PROJECT LOCATION(S) AND BACKGROUND INFORMATION: (USE THE TABLE BELOW TO DOCUMENT MULTIPLE AQUATIC RESOURCES AND/OR AQUATIC RESOURCES AT DIFFERENT SITES) State: NC County/parish/borough: Randolph City: Randleman Center coordinates of site (lat/long in degree decimal format): Lat.: 35.8841 Long.: -79.8548 Universal Transverse Mercator: NAD83 Name of nearest waterbody: Randleman Lake E. REVIEW PERFORMED FOR SITE EVALUATION (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY): ❑ Office (Desk) Determination. Date: ❑ Field Determination. Date(s): TABLE OF AQUATIC RESOURCES IN REVIEW AREA WHICH "MAY BE" SUBJECT TO REGULATORY JURISDICTION. Site Latitude Longitude Estimated amount Type of aquatic Geographic authority number (decimal (decimal of aquatic resource resource (i.e.,wetland to which the aquatic degrees) degrees) in review area vs. non-wetland resource "may be" (acreage and linear waters) subject(i.e., Section feet, if applicable) 404 or Section 10/404) see attached table 1) The Corps of Engineers believes that there may be jurisdictional aquatic resources in the review area, and the requestor of this PJD is hereby advised of his or her option to request and obtain an approved JD (AJD) for that review area based on an informed decision after having discussed the various types of JDs and their characteristics and circumstances when they may be appropriate. 2) In any circumstance where a permit applicant obtains an individual permit, or a Nationwide General Permit (NWP) or other general permit verification requiring "pre- construction notification" (PCN), or requests verification for a non-reporting NWP or other general permit, and the permit applicant has not requested an AJD for the activity, the permit applicant is hereby made aware that: (1) the permit applicant has elected to seek a permit authorization based on a PJD, which does not make an official determination of jurisdictional aquatic resources; (2) the applicant has the option to request an AJD before accepting the terms and conditions of the permit authorization, and that basing a permit authorization on an AJD could possibly result in less compensatory mitigation being required or different special conditions; (3) the applicant has the right to request an individual permit rather than accepting the terms and conditions of the NWP or other general permit authorization; (4) the applicant can accept a permit authorization and thereby agree to comply with all the terms and conditions of that permit, including whatever mitigation requirements the Corps has determined to be necessary; (5) undertaking any activity in reliance upon the subject permit authorization without requesting an AJD constitutes the applicant's acceptance of the use of the PJD; (6) accepting a permit authorization (e.g., signing a proffered individual permit) or undertaking any activity in reliance on any form of Corps permit authorization based on a PJD constitutes agreement that all aquatic resources in the review area affected in any way by that activity will be treated as jurisdictional, and waives any challenge to such jurisdiction in any administrative or judicial compliance or enforcement action, or in any administrative appeal or in any Federal court; and (7) whether the applicant elects to use either an AJD or a PJD, the JD will be processed as soon as practicable. Further, an AJD, a proffered individual permit (and all terms and conditions contained therein), or individual permit denial can be administratively appealed pursuant to 33 C.F.R. Part 331. If, during an administrative appeal, it becomes appropriate to make an official determination whether geographic jurisdiction exists over aquatic resources in the review area, or to provide an official delineation of jurisdictional aquatic resources in the review area, the Corps will provide an AJD to accomplish that result, as soon as is practicable. This PJD finds that there "may be"waters of the U.S. and/or that there "may be"navigable waters of the U.S. on the subject review area, and identifies all aquatic features in the review area that could be affected by the proposed activity, based on the following information: SUPPORTING DATA. Data reviewed for PJD (check all that apply) Checked items should be included in subject file. Appropriately reference sources below where indicated for all checked items: n Maps, plans, plots or plat submitted by or on behalf of the PJD requestor: Map:Vicinity, USGS, NWI, Soil, Existing conditions, WOUS • n Data sheets prepared/submitted by or on behalf of the PJD requestor. n Office concurs with data sheets/delineation report. n Office does not concur with data sheets/delineation report. Rationale: n D• ata sheets prepared by the Corps: n Corps navigable waters' study: n U• .S. Geological Survey Hydrologic Atlas: n USGS NHD data. n USGS 8 and 12 digit HUC maps. n U• .S. Geological Survey map(s). Cite scale & quad name: 24k Pleasant Garden n Natural Resources Conservation Service Soil Survey. Citation: n N• ational wetlands inventory map(s). Cite name: n State/local wetland inventory map(s): n F• EMA/FIRM maps: n 1• 00-year Floodplain Elevation is: .(National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929) n P• hotographs: n Aerial (Name & Date): or n Other (Name & Date): n Previous determination(s). File no. and date of response letter: n Other information (please specify): IMPORTANT NOTE: The information recorded on this form has not necessarily been verified by the Corps and should not be relied upon for later jurisdictional determinations. Signature and date of Signature and date of Regulatory staff member person requesting PJD completing PJD (REQUIRED, unless obtaining the signature is impracticable)' Districts may establish timeframes for requestor to return signed PJD forms. If the requestor does not respond within the established time frame, the district may presume concurrence and no additional follow up is necessary prior to finalizing an action. Updated Aquatic Resources Table- 11/13/2020 Updated based on survey post Mitigation Plan development and design Waters_Name State Cowardin_Code HGM_Code Meas_Type Amount Units Waters_Type Latitude Longitude Local_Waterway WA NORTH CAROLINA PEM Area 0.87 ACRE DELINEATE 35.884 -79.855 Randleman Lake WB NORTH CAROLINA PEM Area 0.13 ACRE DELINEATE 35.8843 -79.8562 Randleman Lake WC NORTH CAROLINA PFO Area 0.07 ACRE DELINEATE 35.8833 -79.8558 Randleman Lake WD NORTH CAROLINA PFO Area 0.04 ACRE DELINEATE 35.8825 -79.8565 Randleman Lake WE NORTH CAROLINA PFO Area 0.05 ACRE DELINEATE 35.8816 -79.8578 Randleman Lake WF NORTH CAROLINA PEM Area 0.43 ACRE DELINEATE 35.88 -79.857 Randleman Lake WG NORTH CAROLINA PFO Area 0.04 ACRE DELINEATE 35.8827 -79.856 Randleman Lake WH NORTH CAROLINA PEM Area 0.01 ACRE DELINEATE 35.8824 -79.8555 Randleman Lake OW-1 NORTH CAROLINA POW Area 0.59 ACRE IMPNDMNT 35.8802 -79.8573 Randleman Lake RD1-A NORTH CAROLINA R4 Linear 183 FOOT DELINEATE 35.8841 -79.8554 Randleman Lake RD1-B NORTH CAROLINA R4 Linear 588 FOOT DELINEATE 35.8841 -79.8554 Randleman Lake RD2 NORTH CAROLINA R4 Linear 1756 FOOT DELINEATE 35.8823 -79.8567 Randleman Lake RD3-A NORTH CAROLINA R4 Linear 104 FOOT DELINEATE 35.8808 -79.8576 Randleman Lake RD3-B NORTH CAROLINA R4 Linear 71 FOOT DELINEATE 35.8808 -79.8576 Randleman Lake RD4-A NORTH CAROLINA R4 Linear 61 FOOT DELINEATE 35.8829 -79.8558 Randleman Lake RD4-B NORTH CAROLINA R4 Linear 160 FOOT DELINEATE 35.8829 -79.8558 Randleman Lake RD5 NORTH CAROLINA R4 Linear 119 FOOT DELINEATE 35.8879 -79.8501 Randleman Lake RD6 NORTH CAROLINA R4 Linear 157 FOOT DELINEATE 35.8891 -79.8508 Randleman Lake Crosswalk through Reach Labels Across Project Life History Prospectus JD Submittal Draft/Final Mitigation Plan Updated PJD (Nov 2020) RD1 RD1 RD1-A RD1-A RD1-B RD1-B RD2 RD2 RD2 RD2 RD3 RD3 RD2 Not Included RD3-A RD3-A Not Included RD3-B RD3-B RD4 RD4 RD4-A RD4-A RD4-B RD4-B Not Included Not Included RD5 RD5 Not Included Not Included RD6 RD6 ih2 ..s 00 = a� Feed and Seed Study Area s b 1 V . � v i° V. Providence Church Rd Holly n Rage :1(lIn; 311 Gs ti, 9h / V : ei2 n S•phia 494 r °ap• Randleman ''' S'St Legend Proposed Easement _ 2p5 HUC: 03030003010070 E. N Project Vicinity Date: 11/16/2020 E. r_._::..,804,-.:, w E res �+•�=�_+:� �`�'=!."�� Feed and Seed Drawn by: GDS s Mitigation Project Checked by: JS ♦t' 0 0.5 1 P o Mile Randolph County, North Carolina 1 inch=1 mile • rJl i t •• s+ ._ 4ie.a.>/ ... - z . ;-----.44., , . A, ...,„_, 7c., • • r •• J \.1. • 7&.) ,.o. 1 , .,,I, ".M..- .lej.::'";.. . ' I°, .' g 4, . . • • • ` l 178 78 ac • . kt ' - Gahtec _ - ) ,,z ' -"`7---Lti.). .11Z:Atie • I .kV...7' ./..., • 1 `i: \ . . - RD5 ...." ilk— I!to ti �/ _ •' 4 ac s • RD1 •,I41t • RD3 ' ( •' lac ■ • ,: /-\/1/2/‘, . _ . (:,_ ( , , ,;,yet-- -!.. Zo,i- • �� , ) 5 ' 'ter ,- ", '4 RD2 `rf/�i? y� 1` _ _,�% • I •�- t. • 73 ac . At" --.• .. n Lie/ 4 - •.; • - 'ilsji 41 - 1 .0. '.-"s'- • l'\. . i ./') 4•;17:., -i s' . . .. , / , ,,,f.,,,._..„:„- , /\., .. .. ,.. _ . _ .......... . , /7-4::;z) 4,e. . )1 ..--.' u_.. 7 , ----,c . . ..,- • _ • . .,, 11.1..11,:: . -r , � • � • i� mot' at\„i,., , Legend 4\ k • ,rr _ ` _ Proposed Easement(27.58 ac) . � 1_94ii • `1 , t �_ Drainage Area / • om N USGS Pleasant Garden Date: 11/16/2020 ��'�� " Quadrangle (1983) E. *.. -��w)14. .rtt w e Drawn by: GDS Pres +'•.�.-+,,,; ��`1��� Feed and Seed +v.,� 0 500 Mitigation Project Checked by:JS Feet Randolph County, North Carolina 1 inch=1,000 feet 1, __/- , A MeB2 W / Ma iZirS o ,1 r. -. MO ,x_. Legend MeB2 Proposed Easment (27.58 ac) Hydric (100%) "1r Predominantly Hydric (66 99%) Partially Hydric (33-65%) s Predominantly Nonhydric (1 32%) II ^ '� f Map unit symbol Map unit name _ Nonhydric (0%) MeB2 Mecklenburg clay loam,2 to 8 percent slopes,moderately eroded WpC Wilkes-Poindexter-Wynott complex, 8 to 15 percent slopes N Mapped Soils(NRCS June 2019) Date. 12/3/2020 .,_:, _..w...,..N.._:, w E 0 res ri •. ��n•I����f Drawn by: GDS _ _�,:._,:,.,.._� ?gda?iSeedon Site Checked by: JS ram, 0 150 300 �Feet Randolph County, North Carolina 1 inch=soo feet x # ;> PFO1A —__. _ PAB4Hh �4 in PUBHh PFO1A / n / 4 / ,x ,a x ,4''' ‘t, - �"� �'i�° ay ,�.t� Z�x rate t �� �� x .„'.}"" L. 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'' Mitigation Project _ __- _ , - _ 4z � , North Carolina Randolph County {{ .�y. "; 'u ti x` *w .�' :1 V", ,\� `,'�4vA.. '''' w`.: t it i •k'n ° , ; -r- ,`4C'' �` A '°�• y - a '4;: .' Date: 11/16/2020 Drawn by: GDS ' h'tx: _ r... " t»;:.- • v .. .'' y ,i - S a''k ,� a , '"hr f'`{rr I .:w+ Revisions: NONE Checked by: JS ,n '�: $ ` .'^;, ,3: '' p.,+' `'R'T7" a-:?g5 ,,,�.,'r?� .y ,,,.4., du :` 9, tad .. ... er,, .'}+".;.sty a:;, +; t :•c+f,�.`3,� M1 ar ,1' `t` � L611‘ .k. � `,, M y x "ram,:- ;o �v I. s 3 ' { a. Legend RD 1 A p$ .�, . i RD1.g x ,,' n .. , ,; Proposed Easement ,* y? s4. P ,.4 a. M t - C ry 1' t ,". `T;: *.x ,'` `"�"'/ �. \ s x F1, , \, n {k /Dpi ,A, Potential Wetland t a zM 'i j e 1A ,z ? �t y. _ }� ��� Waters Of the U.S' �a * 1AW/ � CDC x, Open Water '' 3 .; / , ,' �� , Potential Non-We land ;� '$4 i, a•' CO Waters of the US t N. o _ ^, Datapoint \i`°r/. Uplandapo" ° w'G `A' Uri ' tea,' .,... {} Wetland Datapoint _ 9, tip...::',;';:4t,,,::;ic,.,.;:;0;4,,4,,,,,,,,: . '- ' . - A 4)t " ` r } M w • n N �'` w -f �$p , P � REFERENCE " ",k g,. ,., + .. 1)Horizontal Datum is NAD83 UTM Z15N. tj • ( 4. ti - 10 T. ,:- 'd t �^Y p• _ 2)Map Projection is NAD1983StatePlane_ �; ' ��9 �� 4.t - q - North Carolina FIPS_3200 Feet 0 v M _*- - t 11 401'.2.fill IN, 'ry,ck nrY'W oOd �� ' - - - - �L11�j��ETV IRPT40.ar �� fig' I' ,.,• .. ~ �J #`�� c a r r,�► �a WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Eastern Mountains and Piedmont Region Project/Site: Feed and Seed City/County: Randolph Sampling Date: 12-Aug-19 Applicant/Owner: RES State: NC Sampling Point: DP1 Investigator(s): J.Schmid Section,Township,Range: S T R Landform(hillslope,terrace,etc.): Valley bottom Local relief(concave,convex,none): concave Slope: 0.0% / 0.0 ° Subregion(LRR or MLRA): MLRA 136 in LRR P Lat.: 35.8841 Long.: -79.8548 Datum: Soil Map Unit Name: Wilkes-Pointdexter-Wynott complex,8 to 15 percent slopes NWI classification: PEM Are climatic/hydrologic conditions on the site typical for this time of year? Yes 0 No 0 (If no,explain in Remarks.) Are Vegetation ❑d ,Soil ❑ ,or Hydrology ❑ significantly disturbed? Are"Normal Circumstances"present? Yes 0 No 0 Are Vegetation ❑ ,Soil ❑ ,or Hydrology ❑ naturally problematic? (If needed,explain any answers in Remarks.) Summary of Findings -Attach site map showing sampling point locations,transects, important features,etc. Hydrophytic Vegetation Present? Yes 0 No 0 Hydric Soil Present? Yes 0 No 0 Is the Sampled Area Yes 0 No O Wetland Hydrology Present? Yes 0 No O within a Wetland? Remarks: Active Pasture Hydrology Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Secondary Indicators(minimum of two required) Primary Indicators(minimum of one required;check all that apply) ❑ Surface Soil Cracks(B6) ❑ Surface Water(Al) ❑ True Aquatic Plants(B14) ❑ Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface(B8) ❑ High Water Table(A2) ❑ Hydrogen Sulfide Odor(Cl) ❑ Drainage Patterns(B10) d❑ Saturation(A3) ❑d Oxidized Rhizospheres along Living Roots(C3) ❑ Moss Trim Lines(B16) ❑ Water Marks(Bl) ❑ Presence of Reduced Iron(C4) ❑ Dry Season Water Table(C2) ❑ Sediment Deposits(B2) ❑ Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils(C6) ❑ Crayfish Burrows(C8) ❑ Drift deposits(B3) ❑ Thin Muck Surface(C7) ❑ Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery(C9) ❑ Algal Mat or Crust(B4) ❑ Other(Explain in Remarks) ❑ Stunted or Stressed Plants(Dl) ❑ Iron Deposits(B5) ❑d Geomorphic Position(D2) ❑ Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery(B7) ❑ Shallow Aquitard(D3) ❑ Water-Stained Leaves(B9) ❑ Microtopographic Relief(D4) ❑ Aquatic Fauna(B13) FAC-neutral Test(D5) Field Observations: Surface Water Present? Yes O No O Depth(inches): _ Water Table Present? Yes 0 No 0 Depth(inches): Saturation Present? Wetland Hydrology Present? Yes 0 No 0 (includes capillary fringe) Yes 0 No O Depth(inches): 0 Describe Recorded Data (stream gauge, monitoring well,aerial photos,previous inspections),if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Eastern Mountains and Piedmont-Version 2.0 VEGETATION (Five/Four Strata)- Use scientific names of plants. Dominant Sampling Point: DPI Species? Absolute Rel.Strat. Indicator Dominance Test worksheet: Tree Stratum (Plot size:_ ) %Cover Cover Status Number of Dominant Species 1 0 ❑ 0.0% That are OBL,FACW,or FAC: 3 (A) 2 0 ❑ 0.0% Total Number of Dominant 3 0 ❑ 0.0% _ Species Across All Strata: 3 (B) 4 0 ❑ 0.0% 5 0 ❑ 0.0% _ Percent of dominant Species 6. 0 ❑ 0.0% That Are OBL, FACW,or FAC: 100.0% (A/B) 7 0 ❑ 0.0% _ Prevalence Index worksheet: 8 0 ❑ 0.0% _ Total %Cover of: Multiply by: 0 =Total Cover OBL species 35 x 1 = 35 Sapling-Sapling/Shrub Stratum (Plot size: ) FACW species 35 x 2 = 70 1. 0 ❑ 0.0% 0 ❑ 0.0% FAC species 0 _ x 3 = 0 23. 0 ❑ 0.0% FACID species 0 x 4 = 0 4. 0 ❑ 0.0%- IDPL species x 5 = 0 5 0 ❑ 0.0% column Totals: 70 (A) 105 (B) 6 0 ❑ 0.0% Prevalence Index= B/A= 1.500 7 0 ❑ 0.0% Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: $ 0 ❑ 0.0% 0 Rapid Test for Hydrophytic Vegetation 9 0 ❑ 0.0% ❑d Dominance Test is>50% 10. 0 ❑ 0.0% ❑d Prevalence Index is<_3.0 1 Shrub Stratum (Plot size: ) 0 =Total Cover ❑ Morphological Adaptations 1 (Provide supporting 1 0 ❑ 0.0% data in Remarks or on a separate sheet) 2 0 ❑ 0.0% ❑ Problematic Hydrophytic Vegetation 1 (Explain) 3 0 ❑ 0.0% 1 Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must 4 0 ❑ 0.0% be present,unless disturbed or problematic. 5. o ❑ 0.0% _ Definition of Vegetation Strata: 6. o ❑ 0.0% Four Vegetation Strata: 0 ❑ 0.0% Tree stratum-Consists of woody plants,excluding vines,3 in. 7 - -- (7.6 cm)or more in diameter at breast height(DBH),regardless Herb Stratum (Plot size: ) 0 =Total Cover of height. Sapling/shrub stratum-Consists of woody plants,excluding 1• Juncos effusus 20 ❑d 28.6% FACW vines,less than 3 in.DBH and greater than 3.28 ft(1 m)tall. 2. Leersia orvzoides 15 ❑d 21.4% OBL Herb stratum-Consists of all herbaceous(non-woody)plants, 3. Persicaria pensvlvanica 15 ❑d 21.4% FACW regardless of size,and all other plants less than 3.28 ft tall. 4• Eleocharis quadranqulata 10 ❑ 14.3% OBL Woody vines-Consists of all woody vines greater than 3.28 ft in height. 5. Carex lurida 5 ❑ 7.1% OBL 6• Murdannia keisak 5 ❑ 7.1% OBL Five Vegetation Strata: 7 0 ❑ 0.0% Tree-Woody plants,excluding woody vines,approximately 20 8 0 ❑ 0.0% ft(6 m)or more in height and 3 in.(7.6 cm)or larger in 0 ❑ 0.0% diameter at breast height(DBH). 9' Sapling stratum-Consists of woody plants,excluding woody 10. 0 ❑ 0.0% _ vines,approximately 20 ft(6 m)or more in height and less 11. o ❑ 0.0% _ than 3 in.(7.6 cm)DBH. 12 0 ❑ 0.0% _ Shrub stratum-Consists of woody plants,excluding woody vines,approximately 3 to 20 ft(1 to 6 m)in height. Woody Vine Stratum (Plot size: ) 70 =Total Cover Herb stratum-Consists of all herbaceous(non-woody)plants, 0 ❑ 0.0% including herbaceous vines,regardless of size,and woody 1 species,except woody vines,less than approximately 3 ft(1 2. 0 ❑ 0.0% m)in height. 3. 0 ❑ 0.0% _ Woody vines-Consists of all woody vines,regardless of 4. _ 0 ❑ 0.0% height. 5. _ 0 ❑ 0.0% Hydrophytic 6. 0 ❑ 0.0% Vegetation 0 =Total Cover Present? Yes 0 No 0 Remarks:(Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet.) *Indicator suffix= National status or professional decision assigned because Regional status not defined by FWS. US Army Corps of Engineers Eastern Mountains and Piedmont-Version 2.0 Soil Sampling Point: DPI Profile Description:(Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (inches) Color(moist) ohColor(moist) % Type 1 Loc2 Texture Remarks _ 0-2 10YR 3/2 100 Silt Loam 2-8 Gleyl 4/N 95 7.5YR 4/6 5 C PL Sandy Clay Loam 8-16+ 10YR 5/1 90 10YR 4/4 10 C PL Sandy Loam 'Type:C=Concentration.D=Depletion. RM=Reduced Matrix,CS=Covered or Coated Sand Grains 2Location: PL=Pore Lining.M=Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils3: ❑ Histosol(Al) ❑ Dark Surface(S7) ❑ 2 cm Muck(A10)(MLRA 147) ❑ Histic Epipedon(A2) ❑ Polyvalue Below Surface(S8)(MLRA 147,148) ❑ Black Histic(A3) ❑Thin Dark Surface(S9)(MLRA 147,148) ❑ Coast Prairie Redox(A16) (MLRA 147,148) ❑ Hydrogen Sulfide(A4) ❑ Loamy Gleyed Matrix(F2) ❑ Piedmont Floodplain Soils(F19) ❑ Stratified Layers(A5) 0 Depleted Matrix(F3) (MLRA 136, 147) ❑ 2 cm Muck(A10)(LRR N) ❑ Redox Dark Surface(F6) ❑Very Shallow Dark Surface(TF12) ❑ Depleted Below Dark Surface(All) ❑ Depleted Dark Surface(F7) ❑ Other(Explain in Remarks) ❑ Thick Dark Surface(Al2) ❑ Redox Depressions(F8) ❑ Sandy Muck Mineral(Sl)(LRR N, ❑ Iron-Manganese Masses(F12)(LRR N, MLRA 147,148) MLRA 136) ❑ Sandy Gleyed Matrix(S4) ❑ Umbric Surface(F13)(MLRA 136,122) ❑ Sandy Redox(S5) ❑ Piedmont Floodplain Soils(F19)(MLRA 148) 3 Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and wetland hydrology must be present, ❑ Stripped Matrix(S6) ❑ Red Parent Material(F21)(MLRA 127,147) unless disturbed or problematic. Restrictive Layer(if observed): Type: Depth(inches): Hydric Soil Present? yes 0No 0 Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Eastern Mountains and Piedmont-Version 2.0 WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Eastern Mountains and Piedmont Region Project/Site: Feed and Seed City/County: Randolph Sampling Date: 12-Aug-19 Applicant/Owner: RES State: NC Sampling Point: DP2 Investigator(s): J.Schmid Section,Township,Range: S T R Landform(hillslope,terrace,etc.): Hillside Local relief(concave,convex,none): convex Slope: 0.0% / 0.0 ° Subregion(LRR or MLRA): MLRA 136 in LRR P Lat.: 35.8841 Long.: -79.8548 Datum: Soil Map Unit Name: Wilkes-Pointdexter-Wynott complex,8 to 15 percent slopes NWI classification: Are climatic/hydrologic conditions on the site typical for this time of year? Yes 0 No 0 (If no,explain in Remarks.) Are Vegetation ❑d ,Soil ❑ ,or Hydrology ❑ significantly disturbed? Are"Normal Circumstances"present? Yes 0 No 0 Are Vegetation ❑ ,Soil ❑ ,or Hydrology ❑ naturally problematic? (If needed,explain any answers in Remarks.) Summary of Findings -Attach site map showing sampling point locations,transects, important features,etc. Hydrophytic Vegetation Present? Yes 0 No 0 Hydric Soil Present? Yes 0 No 0 Is the Sampled Area Yes 0 No 0 Wetland Hydrology Present? Yes O No O within a Wetland? Remarks: Active Pasture Hydrology Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Secondary Indicators(minimum of two required) Primary Indicators(minimum of one required;check all that apply) ❑ Surface Soil Cracks(B6) ❑ Surface Water(Al) ❑ True Aquatic Plants(B14) ❑ Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface(B8) ❑ High Water Table(A2) ❑ Hydrogen Sulfide Odor(Cl) ❑ Drainage Patterns(B10) ❑ Saturation(A3) ❑ Oxidized Rhizospheres along Living Roots(C3) ❑ Moss Trim Lines(B16) ❑ Water Marks(Bl) ❑ Presence of Reduced Iron(C4) ❑ Dry Season Water Table(C2) ❑ Sediment Deposits(B2) ❑ Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils(C6) ❑ Crayfish Burrows(C8) ❑ Drift deposits(B3) ❑ Thin Muck Surface(C7) ❑ Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery(C9) ❑ Algal Mat or Crust(B4) ❑ Other(Explain in Remarks) ❑ Stunted or Stressed Plants(Dl) ❑ Iron Deposits(B5) ❑ Geomorphic Position(D2) ❑ Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery(B7) ❑ Shallow Aquitard(D3) ❑ Water-Stained Leaves(B9) ❑ Microtopographic Relief(D4) ❑ Aquatic Fauna(B13) ❑ FAC-neutral Test(D5) Field Observations: Surface Water Present? Yes 0 No O Depth(inches): _ Water Table Present? Yes 0 No 0 Depth(inches): Saturation Present? Wetland Hydrology Present? Yes 0 No 0 (includes capillary fringe) Yes O No 0 Depth(inches): Describe Recorded Data (stream gauge, monitoring well,aerial photos,previous inspections),if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Eastern Mountains and Piedmont-Version 2.0 VEGETATION (Five/Four Strata)- Use scientific names of plants. Dominant Sampling Point: DP2 Species? Absolute Rel.Strat. Indicator Dominance Test worksheet: Tree Stratum (Plot size:- ) %Cover Cover Status Number of Dominant Species 1 0 ❑ 0.0% That are OBL,FACW,or FAC: 0 (A) 2 0 ❑ 0.0% - Total Number of Dominant 3 0 ❑ 0.0% - Species Across All Strata: 1 (B) 4 0 ❑ 0.0% 5 0 ❑ 0.0% - Percent of dominant Species 0 ❑ o.o% That Are OBL, FACW,or FAC: 0.0% (A/B) 6. - 7 0 ❑ 0.0% - Prevalence Index worksheet: g 0 ❑ o.0°io _ Total %Cover of: Multiply by: 0 =Total Cover OBL species 0 x 1 = 0 Sapling-Sapling/Shrub Stratum (Plot size: ) FACW species 0 x 2 = 0 1 0 ❑ 0.0% 2. 0 ❑ 0.0% FAC species 0 x 3 = 0 3. 0 ❑ 0.0% FACU species 90 x 4 = 360 4. o ❑ 0.0%- UPL species 0 x 5 = 0 5 0 ❑ 0.0% Column Totals: 90 (A) 360 (B) 6 0 ❑ 0.0% Prevalence Index= B/A= 4.000 7 0 ❑ 0.0% Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: $ 0 ❑ 0.0% ❑ Rapid Test for Hydrophytic Vegetation 9 0 ❑ 0.0% ❑ Dominance Test is>50% 10. 0 ❑ 0.0% ❑ Prevalence Index is<_3.0 1 Shrub Stratum (Plot size: ) 0 =Total Cover ❑ Morphological Adaptations 1 (Provide supporting 1 0 ❑ 0.0% data in Remarks or on a separate sheet) 2 0 ❑ 0.0% ❑ Problematic Hydrophytic Vegetation 1 (Explain) 3 0 ❑ 0.0% 1 Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must 4 0 ❑ 0.0% be present,unless disturbed or problematic. 5. o ❑ 0.0% - Definition of Vegetation Strata: 6. o ❑ 0.0% - Four Vegetation Strata: ❑ 0.0% Tree stratum-Consists of woody plants,excluding vines,3 in. 0 7• - - -- (7.6 cm)or more in diameter at breast height(DBH),regardless Herb Stratum (Plot size: ) 0 =Total Cover of height. Sapling/shrub stratum-Consists of woody plants,excluding 1• Asclepias syriaca 10 ❑ 11.10/0 FACU vines,less than 3 in.DBH and greater than 3.28 ft(1 m)tall. 2. Festuca arundinacea 80 ❑d 88.9% FACU Herb stratum-Consists of all herbaceous(non-woody)plants, 3 0 ❑ 0.0% regardless of size,and all other plants less than 3.28 ft tall. 0 ❑ 0.0% Woody vines-Consists of all woody vines greater than 3.28 ft 4' in height. 5. 0 ❑ 0.0% 6 0 ❑ 0.0% Five Vegetation Strata: 7 0 ❑ 0.0% - - Tree-Woody plants,excluding woody vines,approximately 20 8 0 ❑ 0.0% ft(6 m)or more in height and 3 in.(7.6 cm)or larger in 0 ❑ 0.0% diameter at breast height(DBH). 9' Sapling stratum-Consists of woody plants,excluding woody 10. 0 ❑ 0.0% - vines,approximately 20 ft(6 m)or more in height and less 11. o ❑ 0.0% - than 3 in.(7.6 cm)DBH. 12 0 ❑ 0.0% Shrub stratum-Consists of woody plants,excluding woody vines,approximately 3 to 20 ft(1 to 6 m)in height. Woody Vine Stratum (Plot size: ) 90 =Total Cover Herb stratum-Consists of all herbaceous(non-woody)plants, 0 ❑ 0.0% including herbaceous vines,regardless of size,and woody 1 - species,except woody vines,less than approximately 3 ft(1 2. 0 ❑ 0.0% m)in height. 3. 0 ❑ 0.0% - Woody vines-Consists of all woody vines,regardless of 4. _ 0 ❑ 0.0% height. 5. _ 0 ❑ 0.0% - Hydrophytic 6 0 ❑ 0.0% Vegetation 0 =Total Cover Present? Yes 0 No 0 Remarks:(Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet.) *Indicator suffix= National status or professional decision assigned because Regional status not defined by FWS. US Army Corps of Engineers Eastern Mountains and Piedmont-Version 2.0 Soil Sampling Point: DP2 Profile Description:(Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (inches) Color(moist) % Color(moist) % Type 1 Loc2 Texture Remarks _ 0-8 10YR 3/3 100 Loam 8-12+ 10YR 4/3 100 Sandy Clay Loam 'Type:C=Concentration.D=Depletion. RM=Reduced Matrix,CS=Covered or Coated Sand Grains 2Location: PL=Pore Lining.M=Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils3: ❑ Histosol(Al) ❑ Dark Surface(S7) ❑ 2 cm Muck(A10)(MLRA 147) ❑ Histic Epipedon(A2) ❑ Polyvalue Below Surface(S8)(MLRA 147,148) ❑ Black Histic(A3) ❑Thin Dark Surface(S9)(MLRA 147,148) ❑ Coast Prairie Redox(A16) (MLRA 147,148) ❑ Hydrogen Sulfide(A4) ❑ Loamy Gleyed Matrix(F2) ❑ Piedmont Floodplain Soils(F19) ❑ Stratified Layers(A5) ❑ Depleted Matrix(F3) (MLRA 136, 147) ❑ 2 cm Muck(A10)(LRR N) ❑ Redox Dark Surface(F6) ❑Very Shallow Dark Surface(TF12) ❑ Depleted Below Dark Surface(All) ❑ Depleted Dark Surface(F7) ❑ Other(Explain in Remarks) ❑ Thick Dark Surface(Al2) ❑ Redox Depressions(F8) ❑ Sandy Muck Mineral(Sl)(LRR N, ❑ Iron-Manganese Masses(F12)(LRR N, MLRA 147,148) MLRA 136) ❑ Sandy Gleyed Matrix(S4) ❑ Umbric Surface(F13)(MLRA 136,122) ❑ Sandy Redox(S5) ❑ Piedmont Floodplain Soils(F19)(MLRA 148) 3 Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and wetland hydrology must be present, ❑ Stripped Matrix(S6) ❑ Red Parent Material(F21)(MLRA 127,147) unless disturbed or problematic. Restrictive Layer(if observed): Type: Depth(inches): Hydric Soil Present? Yes 0 No 0 Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Eastern Mountains and Piedmont-Version 2.0 WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Eastern Mountains and Piedmont Region Project/Site: Feed and Seed City/County: Randolph Sampling Date: 12-Aug-19 Applicant/Owner: RES State: NC Sampling Point: DP3 Investigator(s): J.Schmid Section,Township,Range: S T R Landform(hillslope,terrace,etc.): Valley bottom Local relief(concave,convex,none): concave Slope: 0.0% / 0.0 ° Subregion(LRR or MLRA): MLRA 136 in LRR P Lat.: 35.8833 Long.: -79.8557 Datum: Soil Map Unit Name: Wilkes-Pointdexter-Wynott complex,8 to 15 percent slopes NWI classification: PF0 Are climatic/hydrologic conditions on the site typical for this time of year? Yes 0 No 0 (If no,explain in Remarks.) Are Vegetation ❑d ,Soil ❑ ,or Hydrology ❑ significantly disturbed? Are"Normal Circumstances"present? Yes 0 No 0 Are Vegetation ❑ ,Soil ❑ ,or Hydrology ❑ naturally problematic? (If needed,explain any answers in Remarks.) Summary of Findings -Attach site map showing sampling point locations,transects, important features,etc. Hydrophytic Vegetation Present? Yes 0 No 0 Hydric Soil Present? Yes 0 No 0 Is the Sampled Area Yes 0 No O Wetland Hydrology Present? Yes 0 No O within a Wetland? Remarks: active forested pasture Hydrology Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Secondary Indicators(minimum of two required) Primary Indicators(minimum of one required;check all that apply) ❑ Surface Soil Cracks(B6) ❑ Surface Water(Al) ❑ True Aquatic Plants(B14) ❑d Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface(B8) ❑ High Water Table(A2) ❑ Hydrogen Sulfide Odor(Cl) ❑ Drainage Patterns(B10) ❑ Saturation(A3) ❑d Oxidized Rhizospheres along Living Roots(C3) ❑ Moss Trim Lines(B16) ❑ Water Marks(Bl) ❑ Presence of Reduced Iron(C4) ❑ Dry Season Water Table(C2) ❑ Sediment Deposits(B2) ❑ Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils(C6) ❑ Crayfish Burrows(C8) ❑ Drift deposits(B3) ❑ Thin Muck Surface(C7) ❑ Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery(C9) ❑ Algal Mat or Crust(B4) ❑ Other(Explain in Remarks) ❑ Stunted or Stressed Plants(Dl) ❑ Iron Deposits(B5) ❑d Geomorphic Position(D2) ❑ Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery(B7) ❑ Shallow Aquitard(D3) ❑ Water-Stained Leaves(B9) Microtopographic Relief(D4) ❑ Aquatic Fauna(B13) ❑ FAC-neutral Test(D5) Field Observations: Surface Water Present? Yes 0 No O Depth(inches): _ Water Table Present? Yes 0 No 0 Depth(inches): Saturation Present? Wetland Hydrology Present? Yes 0 No O (includes capillary fringe) Yes O No 0 Depth(inches): Describe Recorded Data (stream gauge, monitoring well,aerial photos,previous inspections),if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Eastern Mountains and Piedmont-Version 2.0 VEGETATION (Five/Four Strata)- Use scientific names of plants. Dominant Sampling Point: DP3 Species? Absolute Rel.Strat. Indicator Dominance Test worksheet: Tree Stratum (Plot size:_ ) %Cover Cover Status Number of Dominant Species 1• Acer rubrum 50 V 71.4% FAC That are OBL,FACW,or FAC: 4 (A) 2. Platanus occidentalis 20 0 28.6% FACW Total Number of Dominant 3 0 ❑ 0.0% Species Across All Strata: 5 (B) 4 o ❑ 0.0% 5 o ❑ 0.00%0 _ Percent of dominant Species 6. 0 ❑ o.0% That Are OBL, FACW,or FAC: 80.0% (A/B) 7 0 ❑ 0.0% _ Prevalence Index worksheet: 8 0 ❑ o.0% _ Total %Cover of: Multiply by: 70 =Total Cover OBL species 0 x 1 = 0 Sapling-Sapling/Shrub Stratum (Plot size: ) FACW species 30 x 2 = 60 1. 0 ❑ 0.0% FAC species 100 x 3 = 300 2 0 ❑ 0.0% 3. 0 ❑ 0.0% _ FACU species 20 x 4 = 80 4. o ❑ 0.0% _ IDPL species 0 x 5 = 0 5 0 ❑ 0.0% column Totals: 150 (A) 440 (B) 6 0 ❑ 0.00%0 _ Prevalence Index= B/A= 2.933 7 0 ❑ 0.0% Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: $ 0 ❑ 0.0% ❑ Rapid Test for Hydrophytic Vegetation 9 0 ❑ 0.0% ❑d Dominance Test is>50% 10. 0 ❑ 0.0% ❑d Prevalence Index is<_3.0 1 Shrub Stratum (Plot size: ) 0 =Total Cover ❑ Morphological Adaptations 1 (Provide supporting 1 0 ❑ 0.0% data in Remarks or on a separate sheet) 2. Ligustrum sinense 20 ❑d 100.0% FACU ❑ Problematic Hydrophytic Vegetation 1 (Explain) 3 0 ❑ 0.0% 1 Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must 4 0 ❑ 0.0% _ be present,unless disturbed or problematic. 5. o ❑ 0.00%0 _ Definition of Vegetation Strata: 6. o ❑ 0.00%0 _ Four Vegetation Strata: 0 ❑ 0.0% Tree stratum-Consists of woody plants,excluding vines,3 in. 7 - -- (7.6 cm)or more in diameter at breast height(DBH),regardless Herb Stratum (Plot size: ) 20 =Total Cover of height. Sapling/shrub stratum-Consists of woody plants,excluding 1• Microstegium vimineum 40 ❑d 80.0% FAC vines,less than 3 in.DBH and greater than 3.28 ft(1 m)tall. 2. Persicaria pensylvanica 5 ❑ 10.0% FACW Herb stratum-Consists of all herbaceous(non-woody)plants, 3. Juncus effusus 5 ❑ 10.0% FACW regardless of size,and all other plants less than 3.28 ft tall. o ❑ 0.0% Woody vines-Consists of all woody vines greater than 3.28 ft 4' in height. 5. o ❑ 0.0% 6 0 ❑ o.o°io _ Five Vegetation Strata: 7. o ❑ 0.0% Tree-Woody plants,excluding woody vines,approximately 20 8 0 ❑ 0.0% ft(6 m)or more in height and 3 in.(7.6 cm)or larger in 0 ❑ 0.0% diameter at breast height(DBH). 9' Sapling stratum-Consists of woody plants,excluding woody 10. 0 ❑ 0.0% _ vines,approximately 20 ft(6 m)or more in height and less 11. o ❑ 0.0% _ than 3 in.(7.6 cm)DBH. 12 o ❑ 0.0% Shrub stratum-Consists of woody plants,excluding woody vines,approximately 3 to 20 ft(1 to 6 m)in height. Woody Vine Stratum (Plot size: ) 50 =Total Cover Herb stratum-Consists of all herbaceous(non-woody)plants, 1• Smilax rotundifolia 10 0 100.0% FAC including herbaceous vines,regardless of size,and woody species,except woody vines,less than approximately 3 ft(1 2. 0 ❑ 0.0% _ m)in height. 3. 0 ❑ 0.0% _ Woody vines-Consists of all woody vines,regardless of . _ % height. 4 0 ❑ 0.0 5. _ o ❑ o.o% Hydrophytic 6. 0 ❑ 0.0% Vegetation 10 =Total Cover Present? Yes 0 No 0 Remarks:(Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet.) *Indicator suffix= National status or professional decision assigned because Regional status not defined by FWS. US Army Corps of Engineers Eastern Mountains and Piedmont-Version 2.0 Soil Sampling Point: DP3 Profile Description:(Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (inches) Color(moist) ohColor(moist) % Type 1 Loc2 Texture Remarks _ 0-3 7.5YR 3/2 100 Loam 3-8 10YR 5/3 90 5YR 4/4 10 C PL Silty Clay Loam 8-16+ 10YR 5/2 90 5YR 4/6 10 C PL Clay 'Type:C=Concentration.D=Depletion. RM=Reduced Matrix,CS=Covered or Coated Sand Grains 2Location: PL=Pore Lining.M=Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils3: ❑ Histosol(Al) ❑ Dark Surface(S7) ❑ 2 cm Muck(A10)(MLRA 147) ❑ Histic Epipedon(A2) ❑ Polyvalue Below Surface(S8)(MLRA 147,148) ❑ Black Histic(A3) ❑Thin Dark Surface(S9)(MLRA 147,148) ❑ Coast Prairie Redox(A16) (MLRA 147,148) ❑ Hydrogen Sulfide(A4) ❑ Loamy Gleyed Matrix(F2) ❑ Piedmont Floodplain Soils(F19) ❑ Stratified Layers(A5) 0 Depleted Matrix(F3) (MLRA 136, 147) ❑ 2 cm Muck(A10)(LRR N) ❑ Redox Dark Surface(F6) ❑Very Shallow Dark Surface(TF12) ❑ Depleted Below Dark Surface(All) ❑ Depleted Dark Surface(F7) ❑ Other(Explain in Remarks) ❑ Thick Dark Surface(Al2) ❑ Redox Depressions(F8) ❑ Sandy Muck Mineral(Sl)(LRR N, ❑ Iron-Manganese Masses(F12)(LRR N, MLRA 147,148) MLRA 136) ❑ Sandy Gleyed Matrix(S4) ❑ Umbric Surface(F13)(MLRA 136,122) ❑ Sandy Redox(S5) ❑ Piedmont Floodplain Soils(F19)(MLRA 148) 3 Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and wetland hydrology must be present, ❑ Stripped Matrix(S6) ❑ Red Parent Material(F21)(MLRA 127,147) unless disturbed or problematic. Restrictive Layer(if observed): Type: Depth(inches): Hydric Soil Present? yes 0No 0 Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Eastern Mountains and Piedmont-Version 2.0 WETLAND DETERMINATION DATA FORM - Eastern Mountains and Piedmont Region Project/Site: Feed and Seed City/County: Randolph Sampling Date: 12-Aug-19 Applicant/Owner: RES State: Sampling Point: DP4 Investigator(s): J.Schmid Section,Township,Range: S T R Landform(hillslope,terrace,etc.): Hillside Local relief(concave,convex,none): convex Slope: 0.0% / 0.0 ° Subregion(LRR or MLRA): MLRA 136 in LRR P Lat.: 35.8833 Long.: -79.8557 Datum: Soil Map Unit Name: Wilkes-Pointdexter-Wynott complex,8 to 15 percent slopes NWI classification: Are climatic/hydrologic conditions on the site typical for this time of year? Yes 0 No 0 (If no,explain in Remarks.) Are Vegetation ❑ ,Soil ❑ ,or Hydrology ❑ significantly disturbed? Are"Normal Circumstances"present? Yes 0 No 0 Are Vegetation ❑ ,Soil ❑ ,or Hydrology ❑ naturally problematic? (If needed,explain any answers in Remarks.) Summary of Findings -Attach site map showing sampling point locations,transects, important features,etc. Hydrophytic Vegetation Present? Yes 0 No 0 Hydric Soil Present? Yes 0 No 0 Is the Sampled Area Yes 0 No 0 Wetland Hydrology Present? Yes O No O within a Wetland? Remarks: Hydrology Wetland Hydrology Indicators: Secondary Indicators(minimum of two required) Primary Indicators(minimum of one required;check all that apply) ❑ Surface Soil Cracks(B6) ❑ Surface Water(Al) ❑ True Aquatic Plants(B14) ❑ Sparsely Vegetated Concave Surface(B8) ❑ High Water Table(A2) ❑ Hydrogen Sulfide Odor(Cl) ❑ Drainage Patterns(B10) ❑ Saturation(A3) ❑ Oxidized Rhizospheres along Living Roots(C3) ❑ Moss Trim Lines(B16) ❑ Water Marks(Bl) ❑ Presence of Reduced Iron(C4) ❑ Dry Season Water Table(C2) ❑ Sediment Deposits(B2) ❑ Recent Iron Reduction in Tilled Soils(C6) ❑ Crayfish Burrows(C8) ❑ Drift deposits(B3) ❑ Thin Muck Surface(C7) ❑ Saturation Visible on Aerial Imagery(C9) ❑ Algal Mat or Crust(B4) ❑ Other(Explain in Remarks) ❑ Stunted or Stressed Plants(Dl) ❑ Iron Deposits(B5) ❑ Geomorphic Position(D2) ❑ Inundation Visible on Aerial Imagery(B7) ❑ Shallow Aquitard(D3) ❑ Water-Stained Leaves(B9) ❑ Microtopographic Relief(D4) ❑ Aquatic Fauna(B13) ❑ FAC-neutral Test(D5) Field Observations: Surface Water Present? Yes 0 No O Depth(inches): _ Water Table Present? Yes 0 No 0 Depth(inches): Saturation Present? Wetland Hydrology Present? Yes 0 No 0 (includes capillary fringe) Yes O No 0 Depth(inches): Describe Recorded Data (stream gauge, monitoring well,aerial photos,previous inspections),if available: Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Eastern Mountains and Piedmont-Version 2.0 VEGETATION (Five/Four Strata)- Use scientific names of plants. Dominant Sampling Point: DP4 Species? Absolute Rel.Strat. Indicator Dominance Test worksheet: Tree Stratum (Plot size:_ ) %Cover Cover Status Number of Dominant Species 1• Acer rubrum 20 V 28.6% FAC That are OBL,FACW,or FAC: 4 (A) 2. Ouercus alba 10 ❑ 14.3% FACU Total Number of Dominant 3 Carpinus caroliniana 10 ❑ 14.3% FAC Species Across All Strata: 6 (B) 4 Liriodendron tulipifera 20 0 28.6% FACU 5 Liguidambar styraciflua 10 ❑ 14.3% FAC Percent of dominant Species 6. 0 ❑ 0.0% That Are OBL, FACW,or FAC: 66.7% (A/B) 7 0 ❑ 0.0% _ Prevalence Index worksheet: g 0 ❑ o.0°io _ Total %Cover of: Multiply by: 70 =Total Cover OBL species 0 x 1 = 0 Sapling-Sapling/Shrub Stratum (Plot size: ) FACW species 0 x 2 = 0 1. 0 ❑ 0.0% 2. 0 ❑ 0.0% FAC species 140 x 3 = 420 3. 0 ❑ 0.0% FACU species 45 x 4 = 180 4. o ❑ 0.0%- UPL species 0 x 5 = 0 5 0 ❑ 0.0% column Totals: 185 (A) 600 (B) 6 0 ❑ 0.0% Prevalence Index= B/A= 3.243 7 0 ❑ 0.0% Hydrophytic Vegetation Indicators: $ 0 ❑ 0.0% ❑ Rapid Test for Hydrophytic Vegetation 9 0 ❑ 0.0% ❑d Dominance Test is>50% 10. 0 ❑ 0.0% ❑ Prevalence Index is<_3.0 1 Shrub Stratum (Plot size: ) 0 =Total Cover ❑ Morphological Adaptations 1 (Provide supporting 1• Liaustrum sinense 15 ❑d 100.0% FACU data in Remarks or on a separate sheet) 2 0 ❑ 0.0% ❑ Problematic Hydrophytic Vegetation 1 (Explain) 3 0 ❑ 0.0% 1 Indicators of hydric soil and wetland hydrology must be present,unless disturbed or problematic. 4 0 ❑ 0.0% 5. o ❑ 0.0% Definition of Vegetation Strata: 6. o ❑ 0.0% Four Vegetation Strata: 0 ❑ 0.0% Tree stratum-Consists of woody plants,excluding vines,3 in. 7 - -- (7.6 cm)or more in diameter at breast height(DBH),regardless Herb Stratum (Plot size: ) 15 =Total Cover of height. Sapling/shrub stratum-Consists of woody plants,excluding 1• Microstegium vimineum 80 ❑d 100.0% FAC vines,less than 3 in.DBH and greater than 3.28 ft(1 m)tall. 2. 0 ❑ 0.0% _ Herb stratum-Consists of all herbaceous(non-woody)plants, 3 0 ❑ 0.0% _ regardless of size,and all other plants less than 3.28 ft tall. 0 ❑ 0.0% Woody vines-Consists of all woody vines greater than 3.28 ft 4' in height. 5. 0 ❑ 0.0% 6 0 ❑ 0.0% _ Five Vegetation Strata: 7. 0 ❑ 0.0% Tree-Woody plants,excluding woody vines,approximately 20 8 0 ❑ 0.0% ft(6 m)or more in height and 3 in.(7.6 cm)or larger in 0 ❑ 0.0% diameter at breast height(DBH). 9' Sapling stratum-Consists of woody plants,excluding woody 10. 0 ❑ 0.0% _ vines,approximately 20 ft(6 m)or more in height and less 11. o ❑ 0.0% _ than 3 in.(7.6 cm)DBH. 12 0 ❑ 0.0% Shrub stratum-Consists of woody plants,excluding woody vines,approximately 3 to 20 ft(1 to 6 m)in height. Woody Vine Stratum (Plot size: ) 80 =Total Cover Herb stratum-Consists of all herbaceous(non-woody)plants, 1• Toxicodendron radicans 10 0 50.0% FAC including herbaceous vines,regardless of size,and woody species,except woody vines,less than approximately 3 ft(1 2. Vitis rotundifolia 10 0 50.0% FAC m)in height. 3. 0 ❑ 0.0% _ Woody vines-Consists of all woody vines,regardless of 0 ❑ 0.0% height. 4. _ _ 5. _ 0 ❑ 0.0% Hydrophytic 6 _ 0 ❑ 0.0% Vegetation 20 =Total Cover Present? Yes 0 No 0 Remarks:(Include photo numbers here or on a separate sheet.) *Indicator suffix= National status or professional decision assigned because Regional status not defined by RAG. US Army Corps of Engineers Eastern Mountains and Piedmont-Version 2.0 Soil Sampling Point: DP4 Profile Description:(Describe to the depth needed to document the indicator or confirm the absence of indicators.) Depth Matrix Redox Features (inches) Color(moist) % Color(moist) % Type 1 Loc2 Texture Remarks _ 0-4 10YR 3/3 100 Loam 4-12+ 10YR 4/4 100 Clay Loam 'Type:C=Concentration.D=Depletion. RM=Reduced Matrix,CS=Covered or Coated Sand Grains 2Location: PL=Pore Lining.M=Matrix Hydric Soil Indicators: Indicators for Problematic Hydric Soils3: ❑ Histosol(Al) ❑ Dark Surface(S7) ❑ 2 cm Muck(A10)(MLRA 147) ❑ Histic Epipedon(A2) ❑ Polyvalue Below Surface(S8)(MLRA 147,148) ❑ Black Histic(A3) ❑Thin Dark Surface(S9)(MLRA 147,148) ❑ Coast Prairie Redox(A16) (MLRA 147,148) ❑ Hydrogen Sulfide(A4) ❑ Loamy Gleyed Matrix(F2) ❑ Piedmont Floodplain Soils(F19) ❑ Stratified Layers(A5) ❑ Depleted Matrix(F3) (MLRA 136, 147) ❑ 2 cm Muck(A10)(LRR N) ❑ Redox Dark Surface(F6) ❑Very Shallow Dark Surface(TF12) ❑ Depleted Below Dark Surface(All) ❑ Depleted Dark Surface(F7) ❑ Other(Explain in Remarks) ❑ Thick Dark Surface(Al2) ❑ Redox Depressions(F8) ❑ Sandy Muck Mineral(Sl)(LRR N, ❑ Iron-Manganese Masses(F12)(LRR N, MLRA 147,148) MLRA 136) ❑ Sandy Gleyed Matrix(S4) ❑ Umbric Surface(F13)(MLRA 136,122) ❑ Sandy Redox(S5) ❑ Piedmont Floodplain Soils(F19)(MLRA 148) 3 Indicators of hydrophytic vegetation and wetland hydrology must be present, ❑ Stripped Matrix(S6) ❑ Red Parent Material(F21)(MLRA 127,147) unless disturbed or problematic. Restrictive Layer(if observed): Type: Depth(inches): Hydric Soil Present? Yes 0 No 0 Remarks: US Army Corps of Engineers Eastern Mountains and Piedmont-Version 2.0 From: Jeremy Schmid To: Dailey,Samantha J CIV USARMY CESAW(USA) Cc: Matt Butler Subject: Re: [EXTERNAL]RE: Preliminary JD Request-Feed and Seed Date: Tuesday,September 3,2019 8:48:59 AM Thanks Sam! Jeremy Schmid, PWS Senior Ecologist RES I res.us Mobile: 919.345.3034 Sent from mobile device On Sep 3, 2019, at 6:54 AM, Dailey, Samantha J CIV USARMY CESAW (USA) <Samantha.J.Dailey@usace.anny.mil>wrote: Hi Jeremy, Considering the small size of the project area, and the fact that I distinctly remember being out on the prospectus site visit, I do not see the need to schedule an additional JD visit. As such,the Corps concurs with your JD submittal, dated August 29, 2019. As with previous bank JDs,the approval will be completed in conjunction with the bank approval. Please let me know if you have any additional questions. Thank you, Sam Samantha Dailey Regulatory Project Manager U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regulatory Division 3331 Heritage Trade Drive, Suite 105 Wake Forest,NC 27587 (919) 554-4884, Ext. 22 Samantha.j.dailey@usace.army.mil Original Message From: Jeremy Schmid [mailto:jschmid@res.us] Sent: Thursday, August 29, 2019 3:33 PM To: Dailey, Samantha J CIV USARMY CESAW (USA) <Samantha.J.Dailey@usace.army.mil> Cc: Matt Butler<mbutler@res.us> Subject: [Non-DoD Source] Preliminary JD Request- Feed and Seed Dear Ms. Dailey, Resource Environmental Solutions (RES) is pleased to submit a Preliminary JD Request for the Feed and Seed Mitigation Project. The Site, located in Randolph County, contains approximately 3,200 linear feet of stream mitigation. The purpose of the site is to generate mitigation and ecological benefit in the Cape Fear River Basin. The attached JD Package includes: preliminary JD form, landowner authorization form, supporting figures, and wetland/upland data forms. Thank you for your prompt attention to this important project and please let me know if you have any questions or require any additional information. Jeremy Schmid, PWS Senior Ecologist RES 1 res.us <Blockedhttp://www.res.us/> Mobile: 919.345.3034 Appendix E • NC DWR Stream Determination Letter iA..- :..L 14.: .;. ii 1' JLfI .7, "Eh,aril wiliii. NORTH CAROLINA ROY COOPER frrkrtlnrnerrlai Quality Corvolve MICHAEL S.REGAN Secretary LINDA CULPEPPER frrrerkro Director July 24, 2018 Brad Breslow Resource Environmental Solutions 302 Jefferson St 110 Raleigh, NC 27605 Subject: On-Site Determination for Applicability to the Randleman Lake Buffer Rules (15A NCAC 2B .0250) Subject Property: Feed and Seed Mitigation Site, 6862 Davis Country Rd, Randleman NC, Randolph County Dear Mr. Breslow: On June 13, 2018,at your request,Sue Homewood conducted an on-site determination to review features located on the subject project for stream determinations with regards to the above noted state regulations. Katie Merritt with the Division of Water Resources (Division) — 401 & Buffer Permitting Branch was also present during the site visit. The attached sketch depicts the channels that were reviewed during the site visit. Channels RD1, RD2 (at the start point identified on the attached sketch), RD3, RD4(at the start point identified on the attached sketch) and RD5 as shown on the attached sketch were determined to be intermittent channels. Channel RD6 was determined to be a perennial stream. All channels are subject to the Randleman Buffer Rules cited above. In addition, the pond above channel RD3 is directly connected to RD3 and therefore also subject to the Randleman Buffer Rules cited above. These regulations are subject to change in the future. The owner (or future owners) should notify the Division (and other relevant agencies) of this decision in any future correspondences concerning this property. This on-site determination shall expire five (5) years from the date of this letter. , DI,E Q) North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality I Division of Water Resources 450 W.Hanes Mill Rd,Winston-Salem,NC 27107 336.776-9800 Page 2 of 2 Landowners or affected parties that dispute a determination made by the Division or Delegated Local Authority that a surface water exists and that it is subject to the buffer rule may request a determination by the Director. A request for a determination by the Director shall be referred to the Director in writing c/o 401 & Buffer Permitting Branch, 1650 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-1650. Individuals that dispute a determination by the Division or Delegated Local Authority that "exempts" surface water from the buffer rule may ask for an adjudicatory hearing. You must act within 60 days of the date that you receive this letter. Applicants are hereby notified that the 60-day statutory appeal time does not start until the affected party(including downstream and adjacent landowners) is notified of this decision. The Division recommends that the applicant conduct this notification in order to be certain that third party appeals are made in a timely manner. To ask for a hearing, send a written petition, which conforms to Chapter 150B of the North Carolina General Statutes to the Office of Administrative Hearings, 6714 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, N.C. 27699-6714. This determination is final and binding unless you ask for a hearing within 60 days. This letter only addresses the applicability to the buffer rules and does not approve any activity within Waters of the United States or Waters of the State or their associated buffers. If you have any additional questions or require additional information, please contact me at 336-776-9693 or sue.homewood @ ncden r.gov. 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Pond Streams 1 • Stream Origin N Existing Conditions -Post Site Visit Date: 9/30/2019 �;;�;,; Feed and Seed ::e:Y:D:x w E Pres 0 200 400 HUC 03030003tt Randolph County, North Carolina f inch=400 feet Feet Appendix F • USACE NCWAM Wetland Forms NC WAM Wetland Rating Sheet Accompanies User Manual Version 4.1 Rating Calculator Version 4.1 Wetland Site Name Feed and Seed/WA Date 08/13/2019 Wetland Type Headwater Forest Assessor Name/Organization Jeremy Schmid/RES Notes on Field Assessment Form(Y/N) NO Presence of regulatory considerations(Y/N) NO Wetland is intensively managed(Y/N) YES Assessment area is located within 50 feet of a natural tributary or other open water (Y/N) YES Assessment area is substantially altered by beaver(Y/N) NO Assessment area experiences overbank flooding during normal rainfall conditions (Y/N) YES Assessment area is on a coastal island (Y/N) NO Sub-function Rating Summary Function Sub-function Metrics Rating Hydrology Surface Storage and Retention Condition LOW Sub-Surface Storage and Retention Condition HIGH Water Quality Pathogen Change Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Particulate Change Condition LOW Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Soluble Change Condition MEDIUM Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Physical Change Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NO Pollution Change Condition NA Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Habitat Physical Structure Condition LOW Landscape Patch Structure Condition LOW Vegetation Composition Condition LOW Function Rating Summary Function Metrics/Notes Rating Hydrology Condition MEDIUM Water Quality Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Habitat Conditon LOW Overall Wetland Rating MEDIUM NC WAM Wetland Rating Sheet Accompanies User Manual Version 4.1 Rating Calculator Version 4.1 Wetland Site Name Feed and Seed/WB Date 08/13/2019 Wetland Type Headwater Forest Assessor Name/Organization Jeremy Schmid/RES Notes on Field Assessment Form(Y/N) NO Presence of regulatory considerations(Y/N) NO Wetland is intensively managed(Y/N) YES Assessment area is located within 50 feet of a natural tributary or other open water (Y/N) YES Assessment area is substantially altered by beaver(Y/N) NO Assessment area experiences overbank flooding during normal rainfall conditions (Y/N) YES Assessment area is on a coastal island (Y/N) NO Sub-function Rating Summary Function Sub-function Metrics Rating Hydrology Surface Storage and Retention Condition LOW Sub-Surface Storage and Retention Condition HIGH Water Quality Pathogen Change Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Particulate Change Condition LOW Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Soluble Change Condition MEDIUM Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Physical Change Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NO Pollution Change Condition NA Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Habitat Physical Structure Condition LOW Landscape Patch Structure Condition MEDIUM Vegetation Composition Condition MEDIUM Function Rating Summary Function Metrics/Notes Rating Hydrology Condition MEDIUM Water Quality Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Habitat Conditon LOW Overall Wetland Rating MEDIUM NC WAM Wetland Rating Sheet Accompanies User Manual Version 4.1 Rating Calculator Version 4.1 Wetland Site Name Feed and Seed/WC Date 08/13/2019 Wetland Type Headwater Forest Assessor Name/Organization Jeremy Schmid/RES Notes on Field Assessment Form(Y/N) NO Presence of regulatory considerations(Y/N) NO Wetland is intensively managed(Y/N) YES Assessment area is located within 50 feet of a natural tributary or other open water (Y/N) YES Assessment area is substantially altered by beaver(Y/N) NO Assessment area experiences overbank flooding during normal rainfall conditions (Y/N) YES Assessment area is on a coastal island (Y/N) NO Sub-function Rating Summary Function Sub-function Metrics Rating Hydrology Surface Storage and Retention Condition LOW Sub-Surface Storage and Retention Condition HIGH Water Quality Pathogen Change Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Particulate Change Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Soluble Change Condition MEDIUM Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Physical Change Condition MEDIUM Condition/Opportunity MEDIUM Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NO Pollution Change Condition NA Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Habitat Physical Structure Condition LOW Landscape Patch Structure Condition LOW Vegetation Composition Condition HIGH Function Rating Summary Function Metrics/Notes Rating Hydrology Condition MEDIUM Water Quality Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Habitat Conditon LOW Overall Wetland Rating MEDIUM NC WAM Wetland Rating Sheet Accompanies User Manual Version 4.1 Rating Calculator Version 4.1 Wetland Site Name Feed and Seed/WD Date 08/13/2019 Wetland Type Headwater Forest Assessor Name/Organization Jeremy Schmid/RES Notes on Field Assessment Form (Y/N) NO Presence of regulatory considerations(Y/N) NO Wetland is intensively managed(Y/N) YES Assessment area is located within 50 feet of a natural tributary or other open water (Y/N) YES Assessment area is substantially altered by beaver(Y/N) NO Assessment area experiences overbank flooding during normal rainfall conditions (Y/N) YES Assessment area is on a coastal island (Y/N) NO Sub-function Rating Summary Function Sub-function Metrics Rating Hydrology Surface Storage and Retention Condition LOW Sub-Surface Storage and Retention Condition HIGH Water Quality Pathogen Change Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Particulate Change Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Soluble Change Condition MEDIUM Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Physical Change Condition MEDIUM Condition/Opportunity MEDIUM Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NO Pollution Change Condition NA Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Habitat Physical Structure Condition LOW Landscape Patch Structure Condition LOW Vegetation Composition Condition MEDIUM Function Rating Summary Function Metrics/Notes Rating Hydrology Condition MEDIUM Water Quality Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Habitat Conditon LOW Overall Wetland Rating MEDIUM NC WAM Wetland Rating Sheet Accompanies User Manual Version 4.1 Rating Calculator Version 4.1 Wetland Site Name Feed and Seed/WE Date 08/13/2019 Wetland Type Headwater Forest Assessor Name/Organization Jeremy Schmid/RES Notes on Field Assessment Form(Y/N) NO Presence of regulatory considerations(Y/N) NO Wetland is intensively managed(Y/N) YES Assessment area is located within 50 feet of a natural tributary or other open water (Y/N) YES Assessment area is substantially altered by beaver(Y/N) NO Assessment area experiences overbank flooding during normal rainfall conditions (Y/N) YES Assessment area is on a coastal island (Y/N) NO Sub-function Rating Summary Function Sub-function Metrics Rating Hydrology Surface Storage and Retention Condition MEDIUM Sub-Surface Storage and Retention Condition HIGH Water Quality Pathogen Change Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Particulate Change Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Soluble Change Condition MEDIUM Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Physical Change Condition MEDIUM Condition/Opportunity MEDIUM Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NO Pollution Change Condition NA Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Habitat Physical Structure Condition LOW Landscape Patch Structure Condition LOW Vegetation Composition Condition MEDIUM Function Rating Summary Function Metrics/Notes Rating Hydrology Condition HIGH Water Quality Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Habitat Conditon LOW Overall Wetland Rating HIGH NC WAM Wetland Rating Sheet Accompanies User Manual Version 4.1 Rating Calculator Version 4.1 Wetland Site Name Feed and Seed/WF Date 08/13/2019 Wetland Type Non-Tidal Freshwater Marsh Assessor Name/Organization Jeremy Schmid/RES Notes on Field Assessment Form(Y/N) NO Presence of regulatory considerations(Y/N) NO Wetland is intensively managed(Y/N) YES Assessment area is located within 50 feet of a natural tributary or other open water (Y/N) YES Assessment area is substantially altered by beaver(Y/N) NO Assessment area experiences overbank flooding during normal rainfall conditions (Y/N) YES Assessment area is on a coastal island (Y/N) NO Sub-function Rating Summary Function Sub-function Metrics Rating Hydrology Surface Storage and Retention Condition NA Sub-Surface Storage and Retention Condition NA Water Quality Pathogen Change Condition NA Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Particulate Change Condition NA Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Soluble Change Condition NA Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Physical Change Condition NA Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Pollution Change Condition NA Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Habitat Physical Structure Condition LOW Landscape Patch Structure Condition MEDIUM Vegetation Composition Condition MEDIUM Function Rating Summary Function Metrics/Notes Rating Hydrology Condition LOW Water Quality Condition MEDIUM Condition/Opportunity MEDIUM Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NO Habitat Conditon LOW Overall Wetland Rating LOW NC WAM Wetland Rating Sheet Accompanies User Manual Version 4.1 Rating Calculator Version 4.1 Wetland Site Name Feed and Seed/WG Date 08/13/2019 Wetland Type Headwater Forest Assessor Name/Organization Jeremy Schmid/RES Notes on Field Assessment Form(Y/N) NO Presence of regulatory considerations(Y/N) NO Wetland is intensively managed(Y/N) YES Assessment area is located within 50 feet of a natural tributary or other open water (Y/N) YES Assessment area is substantially altered by beaver(Y/N) NO Assessment area experiences overbank flooding during normal rainfall conditions (Y/N) YES Assessment area is on a coastal island (Y/N) NO Sub-function Rating Summary Function Sub-function Metrics Rating Hydrology Surface Storage and Retention Condition MEDIUM Sub-Surface Storage and Retention Condition HIGH Water Quality Pathogen Change Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Particulate Change Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Soluble Change Condition MEDIUM Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Physical Change Condition MEDIUM Condition/Opportunity MEDIUM Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NO Pollution Change Condition NA Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Habitat Physical Structure Condition LOW Landscape Patch Structure Condition LOW Vegetation Composition Condition MEDIUM Function Rating Summary Function Metrics/Notes Rating Hydrology Condition HIGH Water Quality Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Habitat Conditon LOW Overall Wetland Rating HIGH NC WAM Wetland Rating Sheet Accompanies User Manual Version 4.1 Rating Calculator Version 4.1 Wetland Site Name Feed and Seed/WH Date 08/13/2019 Wetland Type Headwater Forest Assessor Name/Organization Jeremy Schmid/RES Notes on Field Assessment Form(Y/N) NO Presence of regulatory considerations(Y/N) NO Wetland is intensively managed(Y/N) YES Assessment area is located within 50 feet of a natural tributary or other open water (Y/N) YES Assessment area is substantially altered by beaver(Y/N) NO Assessment area experiences overbank flooding during normal rainfall conditions (Y/N) YES Assessment area is on a coastal island (Y/N) NO Sub-function Rating Summary Function Sub-function Metrics Rating Hydrology Surface Storage and Retention Condition LOW Sub-Surface Storage and Retention Condition LOW Water Quality Pathogen Change Condition HIGH Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Particulate Change Condition LOW Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Soluble Change Condition MEDIUM Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Physical Change Condition MEDIUM Condition/Opportunity HIGH Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Pollution Change Condition NA Condition/Opportunity NA Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) NA Habitat Physical Structure Condition LOW Landscape Patch Structure Condition LOW Vegetation Composition Condition LOW Function Rating Summary Function Metrics/Notes Rating Hydrology Condition LOW Water Quality Condition MEDIUM Condition/Opportunity MEDIUM Opportunity Presence?(Y/N) YES Habitat Conditon LOW Overall Wetland Rating LOW Appendix G • USACE NCSAM Stream Forms • Project Morphological Table • Project Cross-section Plots and Photos • Reference Reach Cross-section Plots and Photos NC SAM Stream Rating Sheet Accompanies User Manual Version 2.1 Stream Site Name Feed and Seed Mitigation Site-RD-1 Date of Evaluation 6/12/2018 Stream Category Pa2 Assessor Name/Organization Jeremy Schmid Notes of Field Assessment Form(Y/N) NO Presence of regulatory considerations(Y/N) NO Additional stream information/supplementary measurements included(Y/N) YES NC SAM feature type(perennial,intermittent,Tidal Marsh Stream) Intermittent USACE/ NCDWR Function Class Rating Summary All Streams Intermittent (1)Hydrology LOW LOW (2)Baseflow HIGH HIGH (2)Flood Flow LOW LOW (3)Streamside Area Attenuation LOW LOW (4)Floodplain Access MEDIUM MEDIUM (4)Wooded Riparian Buffer LOW LOW (4)Microtopography LOW LOW (3)Stream Stability LOW LOW (4)Channel Stability MEDIUM MEDIUM (4)Sediment Transport LOW LOW (4)Stream Geomorphology MEDIUM MEDIUM (2)Stream/Intertidal Zone Interaction NA NA (2)Longitudinal Tidal Flow NA NA (2)Tidal Marsh Stream Stability NA NA (3)Tidal Marsh Channel Stability NA NA (3)Tidal Marsh Stream Geomorphology NA NA (1)Water Quality MEDIUM MEDIUM (2)Baseflow HIGH HIGH (2)Streamside Area Vegetation LOW LOW (3)Upland Pollutant Filtration LOW LOW (3)Thermoregulation LOW LOW (2)Indicators of Stressors YES YES (2)Aquatic Life Tolerance HIGH NA (2)Intertidal Zone Filtration NA NA (1)Habitat LOW LOW (2)In-stream Habitat LOW LOW (3)Baseflow HIGH HIGH (3)Substrate LOW LOW (3)Stream Stability MEDIUM MEDIUM (3)In-stream Habitat LOW LOW (2)Stream-side Habitat LOW LOW (3)Stream-side Habitat LOW LOW (3)Thermoregulation LOW LOW (2)Tidal Marsh In-stream Habitat NA NA (3)Flow Restriction NA NA (3)Tidal Marsh Stream Stability NA NA (4)Tidal Marsh Channel Stability NA NA (4)Tidal Marsh Stream Geomorphology NA NA (3)Tidal Marsh In-stream Habitat NA NA (2)Intertidal Zone Habitat NA NA Overall LOW LOW NC SAM Stream Rating Sheet Accompanies User Manual Version 2.1 Stream Site Name Feed and Seed Mitigation Site-RD-2 Date of Evaluation 6/12/2018 Stream Category Pal Assessor Name/Organization Jeremy Schmid Notes of Field Assessment Form(Y/N) NO Presence of regulatory considerations(Y/N) NO Additional stream information/supplementary measurements included(Y/N) YES NC SAM feature type(perennial,intermittent,Tidal Marsh Stream) Intermittent USACE/ NCDWR Function Class Rating Summary All Streams Intermittent (1)Hydrology LOW LOW (2)Baseflow HIGH HIGH (2)Flood Flow LOW LOW (3)Streamside Area Attenuation MEDIUM MEDIUM (4)Floodplain Access MEDIUM MEDIUM (4)Wooded Riparian Buffer MEDIUM MEDIUM (4)Microtopography LOW LOW (3)Stream Stability LOW LOW (4)Channel Stability LOW LOW (4)Sediment Transport LOW LOW (4)Stream Geomorphology MEDIUM MEDIUM (2)Stream/Intertidal Zone Interaction NA NA (2)Longitudinal Tidal Flow NA NA (2)Tidal Marsh Stream Stability NA NA (3)Tidal Marsh Channel Stability NA NA (3)Tidal Marsh Stream Geomorphology NA NA (1)Water Quality MEDIUM MEDIUM (2)Baseflow HIGH HIGH (2)Streamside Area Vegetation MEDIUM MEDIUM (3)Upland Pollutant Filtration LOW LOW (3)Thermoregulation HIGH HIGH (2)Indicators of Stressors YES YES (2)Aquatic Life Tolerance HIGH NA (2)Intertidal Zone Filtration NA NA (1)Habitat LOW LOW (2)In-stream Habitat LOW LOW (3)Baseflow HIGH HIGH (3)Substrate LOW LOW (3)Stream Stability LOW LOW (3)In-stream Habitat LOW LOW (2)Stream-side Habitat HIGH HIGH (3)Stream-side Habitat HIGH HIGH (3)Thermoregulation HIGH HIGH (2)Tidal Marsh In-stream Habitat NA NA (3)Flow Restriction NA NA (3)Tidal Marsh Stream Stability NA NA (4)Tidal Marsh Channel Stability NA NA (4)Tidal Marsh Stream Geomorphology NA NA (3)Tidal Marsh In-stream Habitat NA NA (2)Intertidal Zone Habitat NA NA Overall LOW LOW NC SAM Stream Rating Sheet Accompanies User Manual Version 2.1 Stream Site Name Feed and Seed Mitigation Site-RD-3 Date of Evaluation 6/12/2018 Stream Category Pal Assessor Name/Organization Jeremy Schmid Notes of Field Assessment Form(Y/N) NO Presence of regulatory considerations(Y/N) NO Additional stream information/supplementary measurements included(Y/N) YES NC SAM feature type(perennial,intermittent,Tidal Marsh Stream) Intermittent USACE/ NCDWR Function Class Rating Summary All Streams Intermittent (1)Hydrology LOW LOW (2)Baseflow HIGH HIGH (2)Flood Flow LOW LOW (3)Streamside Area Attenuation LOW LOW (4)Floodplain Access MEDIUM MEDIUM (4)Wooded Riparian Buffer LOW LOW (4)Microtopography LOW LOW (3)Stream Stability MEDIUM MEDIUM (4)Channel Stability MEDIUM MEDIUM (4)Sediment Transport LOW LOW (4)Stream Geomorphology HIGH HIGH (2)Stream/Intertidal Zone Interaction NA NA (2)Longitudinal Tidal Flow NA NA (2)Tidal Marsh Stream Stability NA NA (3)Tidal Marsh Channel Stability NA NA (3)Tidal Marsh Stream Geomorphology NA NA (1)Water Quality MEDIUM MEDIUM (2)Baseflow HIGH HIGH (2)Streamside Area Vegetation LOW LOW (3)Upland Pollutant Filtration LOW LOW (3)Thermoregulation MEDIUM MEDIUM (2)Indicators of Stressors YES YES (2)Aquatic Life Tolerance HIGH NA (2)Intertidal Zone Filtration NA NA (1)Habitat LOW LOW (2)In-stream Habitat LOW LOW (3)Baseflow HIGH HIGH (3)Substrate LOW LOW (3)Stream Stability MEDIUM MEDIUM (3)In-stream Habitat LOW LOW (2)Stream-side Habitat MEDIUM MEDIUM (3)Stream-side Habitat MEDIUM MEDIUM (3)Thermoregulation MEDIUM MEDIUM (2)Tidal Marsh In-stream Habitat NA NA (3)Flow Restriction NA NA (3)Tidal Marsh Stream Stability NA NA (4)Tidal Marsh Channel Stability NA NA (4)Tidal Marsh Stream Geomorphology NA NA (3)Tidal Marsh In-stream Habitat NA NA (2)Intertidal Zone Habitat NA NA Overall LOW LOW NC SAM Stream Rating Sheet Accompanies User Manual Version 2.1 Stream Site Name Feed and Seed Mitigation Site-RD-4 Date of Evaluation 6/12/2018 Stream Category Pal Assessor Name/Organization Jeremy Schmid Notes of Field Assessment Form(Y/N) NO Presence of regulatory considerations(Y/N) NO Additional stream information/supplementary measurements included(Y/N) YES NC SAM feature type(perennial,intermittent,Tidal Marsh Stream) Intermittent USACE/ NCDWR Function Class Rating Summary All Streams Intermittent (1)Hydrology MEDIUM MEDIUM (2)Baseflow HIGH HIGH (2)Flood Flow MEDIUM MEDIUM (3)Streamside Area Attenuation LOW LOW (4)Floodplain Access MEDIUM MEDIUM (4)Wooded Riparian Buffer LOW LOW (4)Microtopography MEDIUM MEDIUM (3)Stream Stability HIGH HIGH (4)Channel Stability HIGH HIGH (4)Sediment Transport LOW LOW (4)Stream Geomorphology HIGH HIGH (2)Stream/Intertidal Zone Interaction NA NA (2)Longitudinal Tidal Flow NA NA (2)Tidal Marsh Stream Stability NA NA (3)Tidal Marsh Channel Stability NA NA (3)Tidal Marsh Stream Geomorphology NA NA (1)Water Quality MEDIUM MEDIUM (2)Baseflow HIGH HIGH (2)Streamside Area Vegetation LOW LOW (3)Upland Pollutant Filtration LOW LOW (3)Thermoregulation LOW LOW (2)Indicators of Stressors YES YES (2)Aquatic Life Tolerance HIGH NA (2)Intertidal Zone Filtration NA NA (1)Habitat LOW LOW (2)In-stream Habitat LOW LOW (3)Baseflow HIGH HIGH (3)Substrate LOW LOW (3)Stream Stability HIGH HIGH (3)In-stream Habitat LOW LOW (2)Stream-side Habitat LOW LOW (3)Stream-side Habitat LOW LOW (3)Thermoregulation LOW LOW (2)Tidal Marsh In-stream Habitat NA NA (3)Flow Restriction NA NA (3)Tidal Marsh Stream Stability NA NA (4)Tidal Marsh Channel Stability NA NA (4)Tidal Marsh Stream Geomorphology NA NA (3)Tidal Marsh In-stream Habitat NA NA (2)Intertidal Zone Habitat NA NA Overall MEDIUM MEDIUM Feed and Seed Morphological Parameters Reference Reach Existing UT to Muddy Creek RD1-A RD1-B RD2(US) RD2(MS) RD2(DS) Feature Riffle I Pool Riffle I Riffle I Pool Riffle Riffle Riffle I Riffle I Riffle I Pool Riffle Drainage Area(ac) 224 84 161 27 54 73 Drainage Area(mi2) 0.35 0.13 0.25 0.04 0.08 0.11 NC Regional Curve Discharge(cfs)2 44 22 34 10 16 20 VA Regional Curve Discharge(cfs)3 16 6 12 2 4 6 Design/Calculated Discharge(cfs)1 30 - - - - - Dimension BKF Cross Sectional Area(ft) 10.6 21.8 4.0 4.2 4.5 6.1 1.8 4.1 4.3 3.9 4.4 5.7 BKF Width(ft) 9.7 11.7 3.7 4.4 4.3 7.8 3.2 5.6 5.7 3.7 3.5 6.2 BKF Mean Depth(ft) 1.1 1.9 1.1 1.0 1.1 0.8 0.6 0.7 0.8 1.1 1.3 0.9 BKF Max Depth(ft) 1.4 2.7 1.4 1.4 1.5 1.5 0.8 1.1 1.0 1.2 1.6 1.2 Wetted Perimeter(ft) 10.8 13.9 5.5 5.7 6.2 8.6 3.9 6.5 7.0 5.7 5.5 7.3 Hydraulic Radius(ft) 1.0 1.6 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.5 0.6 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.8 Width/Depth Ratio 8.9 6.3 3.5 4.5 4.0 9.9 5.6 7.7 7.5 3.4 2.8 6.7 Floodprone Width(ft) 19.0 >50 12.0 24.5 >25 >25 5.0 9.1 8.0 5.1 4.3 8.0 Entrenchment Ratio 2.0 >2.2 3.2 5.6 >2.2 >2.2 1.6 1.6 1.4 1.4 1.2 1.4 Bank Height Ratio 1.3 1.0 1.2 1.6 1.3 1.0 4.3 2.7 3.3 3.2 2.7 3.3 Substrate Description(D50) Sand Sand Sand Sand/Gravel Gravel Sand/Gravel D16(mm) 1.1 0.67 - - 1.3 - D50(mm) 1.9 1.2 - - 32 - D84(mm) 18 8.4 - - 60 - Pattern Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Channel Beltwidth(ft) 12.7 26.7 - - - - - - - - - - Radius of Curvature(ft) 16.5 26.0 - - - - - - - - - - Radius of Curvature Ratio 1.6 2.5 - - - - - - - - - - Meander Wavelength(ft) 33.7 56.0 - - - - - - - - - - Meander Width Ratio 3.2 5.4 - - - - - - - - - - Profile Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Riffle Length(ft) 6.4 21.8 - - - - - - - - - Run Length(ft) - - - - - - - - - - - Pool Length(ft) 30.0 41.3 - - - - - - - - - Pool-to-Pool Spacing(ft) 54.3 67.9 - - - - - - - - - Additional Reach Parameters Valley Length(ft) 136 518 214 343 950 310 Channel Length(ft) 192 589 251 428 991 344 Sinuosity 1.41 1.14 1.17 1.25 1.04 1.11 Valley Slope(fUft) 0.072 0.009 0.005 0.024 0.012 0.009 Channel Slope(ft/ft) 0.060 0.008 0.005 0.020 0.012 0.008 Rosgen Classification E5 E5 E5 G4 G4 G4 1 Bankfull stage was estimated using NC Regional Curve equations and existing conditions data 2 NC Regional Curve equations source:Doll et al.(2002) 3 VA Regional Curve equations source:Lotspeich(2009) Existing Design RD3 RD4-A RD4-B RD1(US) RD2(US) RD2(MS) RD2(DS) RD3 RD4 Riffle Riffle Riffle Riffle I Pool Riffle I Pool Riffle I Pool Riffle I Pool Riffle I Pool Riffle I Pool 7 15 15 84 27 54 73 7 15 0.01 0.02 0.02 0.13 0.04 0.08 0.11 0.01 0.02 4 6 6 22 10 16 20 4 6 1 1 1 6 2 4 6 1 1 - - - 9 3 9 11 5 4 0.8 1.3 1.8 5.1 9.6 2.2 4.2 3.8 6.9 4.6 8.4 1.5 2.7 1.9 3.5 2.7 2.2 2.8 7.6 9.0 4.8 6.0 6.4 7.8 7.6 9.3 4.0 4.7 5.0 6.0 0.3 0.6 0.6 0.7 1.1 0.5 0.7 0.6 0.9 0.6 0.9 0.4 0.6 0.4 0.6 0.6 1.1 0.8 0.9 1.8 0.6 1.2 0.8 1.5 0.8 1.5 0.5 1.0 0.5 1.0 3.1 3.5 4.4 8.0 10.3 5.1 6.6 6.8 8.9 7.9 10.3 4.2 5.3 5.2 6.5 0.3 0.4 0.4 0.6 0.9 0.4 0.6 0.6 0.8 0.6 0.8 0.4 0.5 0.4 0.5 9.4 3.8 4.4 11.3 8.4 10.7 8.6 10.7 8.7 12.7 10.1 10.7 8.2 13.3 10.3 4.8 14.1 3.6 >20 >20 >20 >20 >20 >20 >20 >20 >20 >20 >20 >20 1.8 6.4 1.3 >2.2 >2.2 >2.2 >2.2 >2.2 >2.2 >2.2 >2.2 >2.2 >2.2 >2.2 >2.2 3.3 1.0 4.1 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 Cobble/Boulder Sand/Gravel Gravel Gravel Gravel Gravel Gravel Gravel Gravel Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max - - - - - 7 15 3 12 4 18 11 23 4 6 5 9 - - - - - 18 26 10 18 14 21 16 22 9 12 10 20 - - - - - 2.4 3.4 2.1 3.8 2.2 3.3 2.1 2.9 2.3 3.0 2.0 4.0 - - - - - 51 71 28 50 40 66 60 70 26 34 31 42 - - - - - 0.9 2.0 0.6 2.5 0.6 2.8 1.4 3.0 1.0 1.5 1.0 1.8 Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min Max - - - - - 7 14 4 11 6 16 7 15 4 10 6 9 - - - - - 14 28 9 23 14 21 16 22 8 15 9 17 - - - - - - 25 38 14 28 21 36 32 45 10 20 12 22 153 85 119 160 356 921 350 94 113 179 87 138 174 394 1019 400 101 119 1.17 1.02 1.16 1.09 1.11 1.11 1.14 1.07 1.05 0.036 0.041 0.032 0.005 0.017 0.011 0.011 0.016 0.013 0.031 0.040 0.028 0.005 0.0150 0.0100 0.0100 0.0150 0.0120 G3 E4/5 G4 C/E C/E C/E C/E C/E C/E A yt p (Y� � s s n 7111 frye a _r x4111Vis. n l,.s �r _ <n�.,.-+_. __ '"lzr a..� _- `e` _ Upstream Downstream Reach RD3 -XS1 (Riffle) 95.5 95 94.5 94 c 93.5 j 93 d 92.5 92 91.5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Distance(ft) Ground Approx.Bankfull -Floodprone Area ✓�7 �. -RCS 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REPAIRS TO ANY UTILITY DAMAGED RESULTING FROM �� S✓ REACH RD5 CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES SHALL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE C� CONTRACTOR. , ; :: •,� sop �� _ S I 0 REACH RD 6 IV I MAINTENANCE PLAN �G� ` ' I IV 2 MAINTENANCE PLAN PROJECT DIRECTORY Z ' ' I P I PLANTING PLAN ���� P2 PLANTING PLAN DESIGNED BY: 4 qy ' RESOURCE ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS, LLC ��� ,� \ , ; ' �; f I FENCING PLAN 3600 GLENWOOD AVE., SUITE 100 F2 FENCING PLAN RALEIGH, NC 276 12 � ' 57r i D I DETAILS SURVEYED BY: �� ✓ �n� WSP USA, INC. - D2 DETAILS 28 TALBERT RD. 1" 1 D3 DETAILS SUITE A ' — / / D4 DETAILS MOORESVILLE, NC 28 I 17 h �7 m i , e / / USACE ACTION ID #: SAW-20 1 8-0 1 637 RFP #: 16-007242 ir , / 2` PROJECT NUMBER: 0391 i +�.: �� rn / PROJECT MANAGER: MB ) / DESIGNED: SCF m , / / DRAWN: SCF CHECKED: AFM PROJECT TOPOGRAPHY AND EXISTING CONDITIONS // SHEET NUMBER: PLANIMETRICS SURVEY WAS PROVIDED BY WSP USA, /� / INC (NC FIRM LICENSE NUMBER F-089 I , J. BRANDON HICKS, NC PLS L-52 I 9), DATED JUNE 3, 20I 9 SITE MAP — NTS J \ J f 1 r 0 \ res Feed and Seed Project Credits `v ' Proposed Mitigation \ Reach ID Mitigation Type Length(LF) Ratio SMUs \ .' \ \ \ \ \ RDl-A Restoration 400 1 : 1.0 400.00 v ' RD1-B Enhancement II 337 1 :2.5 134.80 \ \ RD2 Restoration 1,949 1 : 1.0 1,949.00 \ \ 3600 Glenwood Ave, Suite 100 \v \ \ Raleigh, NC 27612 RD3 Restoration 206 1: 1.0 206.00 Main: 919.829.9909 RD4-A Enhancement II 61 1:2.5 24.40 \ \ \ \ www.res.us RD4-B Restoration 114 1: 1.0 114.00 v \ RD5 No Mitigation 119 N/A 0.00 Engineering Services Provided By: RD6 No Mitigation 157 N/A 0.00 \ — \\ 1 Angler Environmental, LLC Totals 3,343 2,828 200 \\ \ \\ License: F-1428 \/' \ SEAL \ 1 \ 1 \ 1\ \ \ \ \ 1\ \ \ \ \ \ d' LCE KEACh KD3 ,e77- LCE v \ \ � �� �� LCE N �G\ ,-, \�\ ILEAC h IUD I FULL SCALE: 1"=100 /� LCE , (ii 0 100 200 �\ - IiI Bch 4 .N \' _• �. 2„ FULL SCALE „ , _ 1 HALF SCALE C� \\\ ; :.4e.••wry _r , U � \ \\ LCE �v,i e),, \ 1 // \ ?or e,- ....9 4,,,, r H YI ' ', LCE \ (( Q ^'•\ .� -1 `\ LCE �� N `, \\\ a ✓/,-�. // __/ y ---• LCE '\ CO -I c i , \ 7, ' ***. 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PROPOSED CONTOUR MAJOR (50) Main: 919.829.9909 PROPOSED CONTOUR MINOR www.res.us 2. ALL IMPERVIOUS DIKES AND PUMPING APPARATUS SHALL BE REMOVED FROM THE STREAM AT THE END OF EACH DAY TO RESTORE NORMAL FLOW BACK TO THE CHANNEL UNLESS OTHERWISE APPROVED BY W W W W W W W W W W Engineering Services Provided By: THE ENGINEER. WITH APPROVAL, A PUMP AROUND MAY BE ALLOWED TO RUN CONTINUOUSLY IF THERE EXISTING WETLAND W W W W W Angler Environmental, LLC IS NO FORECAST FOR RAIN OVERNIGHT, AND/OR THE PUMP APPARATUS IS MAINTAINED AND License: F-1428 MONITORED CONTINUOUSLY. --- EXISTING STREAM SEAL -99---- -9i---- 3. CONSTRUCT UPSTREAM PORTION OF THE CHANNEL FIRST, WORKING IN AN UPSTREAM TO DOWNSTREAM DIRECTION, UNLESS OTHERWISE APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER. EXISTING TOP OF BANK -----TB TB TB— EXISTING BOTTOM OF BANK ---- BB BB- 4. REMOVE AND STOCKPILE TOPSOIL WITHIN AREAS THAT ARE TO BE CUT 9" OR MORE BELOW EXISTING GRADE. STOCKPILED TOPSOIL IS TO BE PLACED ALONG THE FLOODPLAIN BENCHES. 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THE CONTRACTOR SHALL INSPECT w EROSION CONTROL MEASURES AT THE END OF EACH WORKING DAY TO ENSURE MEASURES ARE Virginia Wildrye Elymus virginicus 25% Z LLi / FUNCTIONING PROPERLY. C0 H - Indian Grass Sorghastrum nutans 25% C ` 7 r L Hi / Little Blue Stem Schizachyrium scoparium 10To 2. DISTURBED AREAS NOT AT FINAL GRADE SHALL BE TEMPORARILY VEGETATED WITHIN I 0 0 H I -' Soft Rush Juncus effusus I OTo WORKING DAYS. UPON COMPLETION OF FINAL GRADING, PERMANENT VEGETATION SHALL BE in z H Blackeyed susan Rudbeckia hirta 10To ESTABLISHED FOR ALL DISTURBED AREAS WITHIN I O WORKING DAYS. SEEDING SHALL BE IN z ACCORDANCE WITH EROSION CONTROL PLAN. W Deertongue Dichanthelium clandestinum I OTo O J Common Milkweed Asclepias syriaca 5% 3. ALL DISTURBED AREAS SHALL BE PREPARED PRIOR TO PLANTING BY DISC OK SPRING TOOTH 00 w CHISEL PLOW TO MINIMUM DEPTH OF 12 INCHES. MULTIPLE PASSES SHALL BE MADE ACROSS 0 .-- Showy Goldenrod Solidago erecta 5% PLANTING AREAS WITH THE IMPLEMENT AND THE FINAL PASS SHALL FOLLOW TOPOGRAPHIC Z = U - CONTOURS. Q w �' Live Staking and Live Cuttings Bundle Tree Species W J W a� - / 4. BARE ROOT AND LIVE STAKE TREE SPECIES SHALL FOLLOW THE COMPOSITION SHOWN IN THE 2 0 0 _1 co - - Percent TABLE TO THE LEFT. SPECIES MAY BE SUBSTITUTED BASED ON AVAILABILITY. < w 7:5 - Common Name Scientific Namew 0 -- Composition Z - Black Willow Salix nigra 40% 5. BARE ROOT AND LIVE STAKE TREE SPECIES SHALL BE PLANTED ACCORDING TO THEIR RESPECTIVE U z Z a� - DETAILS. BANKS PROPOSED FOR LIVE STAKING ARE SHOWN ON THE LIVE STAKING PLAN Pi LL - / Silky Dogwood Cornus amomum 30% SHEET(S). a 4.... Z - - /-- Eastern Cottonwood Populus deltoides 30To CC f2 CC 6. BARE ROOT PLANTING DENSITY IS APPROXIMATELY 800 STEMS PER ACRE. SPECIES SHALL BE 0_ a o " - DISTRIBUTED SUCH THAT 3 TO 6 PLANTS OF THE SAME SPECIES ARE GROUPED TOGETHER. .o /-- -- Bare Root Planting Tree Species a - / Percent 7. TREATMENT/REMOVAL OF INVASIVE SPECIES, PINES AND SWEET GUMS LESS THAN 6" DBH SHALL PROJECT NUMBER: 0391 TiiiCommon Name Scientific Name BE PERFORMED THROUGHOUT Ti PLANTED AREA. " - Composition PROJECT MANAGER: MB x 0 /- American Sycamore Platanus occidental's 20% DESIGNED: SCF a 8. TEMPORARY SEED MIX SHALL BE APPLIED AT A RATE OF 150 LBS/ACRE TO ALL DISTURBED AREAS - - River Birch Betula nigra I 5% WITH SLOPES EQUAL TO OR STEEPER THAN 3:I I . DRAWN: SCF n - - -7:5 / Willow Oak Quercus phellos I 5% CHECKED: AFM 9. PERMANENT RIPARIAN SEED MIX SHALL BE APPLIED TO ALL DISTURBED AREAS WITHIN THE co ac -- - White Oak Quercus alba I OTo CONSERVATION EASEMENT AT A RATE OF 15 LBS/ACRE. 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EROSION CONTROL MEASURES SHALL BE PROPERLY MAINTAINED UNTIL PERMANENT VEGETATION 0 O J (/) / \ Common Name Scientific Name _ ^ �q�\ \ \ Composition IS ESTABLISHED AND FINAL APPROVAL HAS BEEN ISSUED. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL INSPECT 0_ I \ x Virginia Wildrye Elymus virginicus 25% EROSION CONTROL MEASURES AT THE END OF EACH WORKING DAY TO ENSURE MEASURES ARE I— Z uJ I FUNCTIONING PROPERLY. C H Indian Grass Sorghastrum nutans 25% C ` " z �i I Little Blue Stem Schizachyrium scoparium I 0% 2. DISTURBED AREAS NOT AT FINAL GRADE SHALL BE TEMPORARILY VEGETATED WITHIN I 0 r L Soft Rush Juncus effusus 10% WORKING DAYS. UPON COMPLETION OF FINAL GRADING, PERMANENT VEGETATION SHALL BE Z I- 1 I Blackeyed susan Rudbeckia hirta I 0% ESTABLISHED FOR ALL DISTURBED AREAS WITHIN I O WORKING DAYS. SEEDING SHALL BE IN z co I ACCORDANCE WITH EROSION CONTROL PLAN. w D co Deertongue Dichanthelium clandestinum 10% O J O Common Milkweed Asclepias syriaca 5% 3. 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SEE NOTE LOWEST POINT Engineering Services Provided By: MAKE SURE THAT STEEL POSTS HAVE PROJECTIONS TO FACILITATE FASTENING THE FABRIC. `)'CFF \\/ GROUND LEVEL g SECTION B B An ler Environmental, LLC CONSTRUCTION: ` License: F-1428 I I . CONSTRUCT THE SEDIMENT BARRIER OF EXTRA STRENGTH SYNTHETIC FILTER FABRICS. \ \ SEAL 2. ENSURE THAT THE HEIGHT OF THE SEDIMENT FENCE DOES NOT EXCEED 24 INCHES ABOVE THE GROUND / BURY FABRIC \ \ SURFACE. (HIGHER FENCES MAY IMPOUND VOLUMES OF WATER SUFFICIENT TO CAUSE FAILURE OF THE -\ , SANDBAG BARRIERS SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED OF THREE LAYERS OF SANDBAGS. STRUCTURE.) USE EITHER FLAT-BOTTOM / THE BOTTOM LAYER SHALL CONSIST OF 3 ROWS OF BAGS, THE MIDDLE LAYER OR V-BOTTOM TRENCH +� �\ \ !/-% - EARTH SURFACE SHALL CONSIST OF 2 ROWS OF BAGS AND THE TOP LAYER SHALL CONSIST OF I 3. CONSTRUCT THE FILTER FABRIC FROM A CONTINUOUS ROLL CUT TO THE LENGTH OF THE BARRIER TO AVOID SHOWN BELOW SECTION A-A ROW OF BAGS. THE RECOMMENDED DIMENSION OF A FILLED SANDBAG SHALL BE JOINTS. WHEN JOINTS ARE NECESSARY, SECURELY FASTEN THE FILTER CLOTH ONLY AT A SUPPORT POST WITH 4 APPROXIMATELY 0.5 FT X 0.5 FT X I.5 FT. FEET MINIMUM OVERLAP TO THE NEXT POST. SILT FENCE INSTALLATION 4. EXTRA STRENGTH FILTER FABRIC WITH 6 FEET POST SPACING DOES NOT REQUIRE WIRE MESH SUPPORT FENCE. SECURELY FASTEN THE FILTER FABRIC DIRECTLY TO POSTS. WIRE OR PLASTIC ZIP TIES SHOULD HAVE MINIMUM 50 POUND TENSILE STRENGTH. NOTE: END OF DIKE AT GROUND LEVEL TO BE 5. EXCAVATE A TRENCH APPROXIMATELY 4 INCHES WIDE AND 8 INCHES DEEP ALONG THE PROPOSED LINE OF HIGHER THAN THE LOWEST POINT OF FLOW CHECK. POSTS AND UPSLOPE FROM THE BARRIER. FILTER FABRIC FILTER FABRIC SUFFICIENT SANDBAGS ARE TO BE PLACED TO 6. PLACE 12 INCHES OF THE FABRIC ALONG THE BOTTOM AND SIDE OF THE TRENCH. PREVENT SCOURING. 7. BACKFILL THE TRENCH WITH SOIL PLACED OVER THE FILTER FABRIC AND COMPACT. 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THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT DISTURB MORE AREA THAN CAN BE STABILIZED IN ONE V SHAPED TRENCH DETAIL PO �/' WORKING DAY. A MAXIMUM OF 200 FEET MAY BE DISTURBED AT ANY ONE TIME. REMOVE ALL FENCING MATERIALS AND UNSTABLE SEDIMENT DEPOSITS AND BRING THE AREA TO GRADE AND STABILIZE FLAT-BOTTOM TRENCH DETAIL �C o�% COARSE AGGREGATE - 4. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING PUMP SIZE SUFFICIENT TO IT AFTER THE CONTRIBUTING DRAINAGE AREA HAS BEEN PROPERLY STABILIZED. \' G -Wel 0 STONE SIZE = 2"-3" PUMP BASE FLOW. t � Q.��4•-' 5. DIKE MUST BE CONSTRUCTED OF NON-ERODIBLE MATERIALS SUCH AS SANDBAGS. ',- si ` SEQUENCE OF CONSTRUCTION: .401000lli O O O I I. INSTALL STILLING BASIN AND STABILIZED OUTFALL USING CLASS A RIP RAP AT THE TEMPO RACY SILT FENCE �-" � � 1`41.E DOWNSTREAM END OF THE DESIGNATED PROJECT WORKING AREA. O 44P -� 2. 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REMOVE IMPERVIOUS DIKES, PUMPS, AND TEMPORARY GRADE I. EROSION CONTROL WATTLES OR COIR LOGS/WATTLES FLEXIBLE HOSE/PIPING STARTING WITH THE DOWNSTREAM DIKE FIRST. 0 MAY BE USED IN PLACE OF SILT FENCE. 6. ONCE THE WORKING AREA IS COMPLETED, REMOVE ALL RIP RAP AND IMPERVIOUS DIKES AND IfI SLOPE 2. INSTLL A MINIMUM OF 2 UPSLOPE STAKES AND 4 STABILIZE DISTURBED AREAS WITH SEED AND MULCH. 7j\�� \ / _ \��� /�j DOWNSLOPE STAKES AT AN ANGLE TO WEDGE WATTLE PURPOSE: 7. ALL WORK IN CHANNEL MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE REMOVING IMPERVIOUS DIKE. (j \\\\\\ \\\ \\\\\\\\\\\\\\/\77\\\7TC/ \ \\ \ \ IN PLACE. Z STABILIZED CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCES SHOULD BE USED AT ALL POINTS WHERE TRAFFIC WILL BE LEAVING A 0 �/�/�����\��\���\���\��\��\��\\�\ \\\ \\�� CONSTRUCTION SITE AND MOVING DIRECTLY ONTO A PUBLIC ROAD. INSTALL A CULVERT PIPE ACROSS THE • � ENTRANCE WHEN NEEDED TO PROVIDE POSITIVE DRAINAGE. O MINIMUM 9" EROSION INSTALL WATTLE IN CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS: FLOW CONTROL COIR WATTLE/LOG 2"TO 3"TRENCH I . CLEAR THE ENTRANCE AND EXIT AREA OF ALL VEGETATION, ROOTS, AND OTHER OBJECTIONABLE MATERIAL AND Z PROFILE VIEW EROSION CONTROL WATTLE PROPERLY GRADE IT. INTAKE HOSE 2. PLACE THE GRAVEL TO THE SPECIFIC GRADE AND DIMENSIONS SHOWN ON THE DETAIL, AND SMOOTH IT. CLASS A CE } NTS 3. PROVIDE DRAINAGE TO CARRY WATER TO A SEDIMENT TRAP OR OTHER SUITABLE OUTLET. STONE 0 Ct 4. USE GEOTEXTILE FABRICS BECAUSE THEY IMPROVE STABILITY OF THE FOUNDATION IN LOCATIONS SUBJECT TO SEEPAGE OR HIGH WATER TABLE. AROUND Z a z PUMP 0 CD 2 MAINTENANCE: �� � W = WORK r r j _IinDE WATERING AREA W W rI MAINTAIN THE GRAVEL PAD IN A CONDITION TO PREVENT MUD OK SEDIMENT FROM LEAVING THE CONSTRUCTION SITE. PUMP =� CC CC 0_ THIS MAY REQUIRE PERIODIC TOP DRESSING WITH 2-INCH STONE. AFTER EACH RAINFALL, INSPECT ANY STRUCTURE %. USED TO TRAP SEDIMENT AND CLEAN IT OUT AS NECESSARY. IMMEDIATELY REMOVE ALL OBJECTIONABLE MATERIALS INSTALLATION NOTES: SPILLED, WASHED, OR TRACKED ONTO PUBLIC ROADWAYS, OR AIRFIELD PAVEMENTS. 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ABOVE CHANNEL TOE \ B ROCK APRON 7. PLACE ADJACENT ROLLS IN THE ANCHOR TRENCH WITH A MINIMUM OF 4" OVERLAP. B 0 0 AND BACKFILL W/ 6 SECURE WITH BIODEGRADABLE STAKES, BACKFILL ANCHOR TRENCH, AND COMPACT SOIL. RIFFLE MATERIAL DISCHARGE Z < 8. STAKE AT 12" INTERVALS ALONG OVERLAP. PLAN EXISTING HOSE 9. IF MORE THAN ROLL IS REQUIRED TO COVER THE CHANNEL FROM THE TOP OF BANK DOWN 0_ GROUND TO THE TOE, THEN OVERLAP MATTING BY A MINIMUM OF I'. 2' MIN. 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THE LENGTH OF TIMBER MAT REQUIRED TO CROSS THE 1 .5' MINIMUM EXISTING CHANNEL \//\/, / //\/\\\ /\\j\ Lij °� STREAM OR CONCENTRATED FLOW AREAS SHALL BE SUCH BANKFULL ELEVATION /\\\ /\%\\\ \ \�\\\ \\� \\/\ \///\\ � J W �� 0 0 0 0 '\i\.„-. \\/i\i\\�\\//\/\\ \//\i\\ / \ W Q �_ � 02 11111i111111 THAT THE TIMBER MAT EXTENDS PAST THE TOP OF BANK ON \i\\i\\�\i\i\\\/\�\�\\i\\�\i\�\\\/ \i\\i\\�\' Q c �• �• �• EACH SIDE OF THE CROSSING A SUFFICIENT DISTANCE TO //\/\\///\ / / ,,, , \\//\/ . Z //\ \\ \ \ \/ \ / / / � / �/ �/ ,/ � / / / / / / 30' \\!/�i/\\\\\\! �/\\,\\\! \\/X\ \ \ \\\,A W 0 Q /\ \/\/\/\/\ \ / / � SUPPORT THE MAXIMUM EQUIPMENT SIZE USING THE , , ~ D \\ //\\j/ j/ j/ j/ / / /\\j/\\j/\\j/\\j/\\j/\\j/\\j/\\j/ j/ j/ j/\\j/��i , U LL z Z_ °� /\\/ / /\/\/\/\/ G. \ \ /\//\//\//\//\//\//\//\\/%\\A ��\/\/� 4. STROEAMNCROSSINGS SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH THE TIMBER FINISHED GRADE\\ \\ \� NEW CHANNEL BANK SHALL W Q U \\\\\/ \ \ \ \ \ \\ \\ /\ /\\/\\/\\/\\/\\/\\/\\// MAT LENGTHS ORIENTED PERPENDICULAR TO THE TOPS OF COMPACTED BACKFILL \=/ //\ -/\/ \ BE TREATED AS SPECIFIED 0 �/ Q 1 / COMPACTED BACKFILL Z \ ,,\///.\//\//\//.\//.\/\//\, \/,,K1\\/�\\s\\\,\\�/\ /// // // // // // // //\/// ` IN PLANS (I 2"TO 18" LIFTS) \ \\ \ !\�%/%\��/\��\ SHALLTBEANSTALLED W TIH THE TIMBER MAT LENGTHS (I 2" LIFTS) I I O' MIN NOTES: FILTER FABRIC / ORIENTED PARALLEL TO THE TOPS OF THE STREAM BANKS. o TOE OF BANK 5. STREAM CROSSING APPROACHES FROM DRY AREAS SHALL I I. FILL EXISTING CHANNEL TO TOP OF BANK ELEVATION (TYP) APPROXIMATE BASE FLOW PROJECT NUMBER: 0391 n BE CONSTRUCTED USING CLASS B RIP RAP PLACED OVER WHEN POSSIBLE. 0) WATER SURFACE FILTER FABRIC. 2. CHANNEL MUST BE FILLED IN 12"TO 18" LIFTS, PROJECT MANAGER: MB PROPOSED o 6. ALL TIMBER MATS, FILTER FABRIC, AND RIP RAP SHALL BE 3. IF CHANNEL CANNOT BE COMPLETELY FILLED TO DESIGNED: SCF o COMPLETELY REMOVED FROM THE SITE WHEN THE CROSSING CHANNEL INVERT TOP OF BANK, FILL TO TOP OF BANK FOR 25' OUT -0 IS REMOVED. OF EVERY 100'SEGMENT. DRAWN: SCF SECTION VIEW CHECKED: AFM IMPERVIOUS SELECT MATERIAL w (PER DIRECTION OF ENGINEER) TYPICAL SECTION OPTIONAL SHEET NUMBER: L TOE PROTECTION di CHANNEL BACKFILL z TIN/BE� MAT TEN/PORA�Y CROSSING CHANNEL PLUG NTS D2 w NTS NTS .✓ I 1 r 1 INSTALL COIR, MATTING PER DETAIL SEE DWG D I KEY COIR, MATTING NOTES: INSTALL COIK INTO BANK COMPACTED SOIL LIFT MATTING PER DETAIL I I. OVER EXCAVATE THE OUTSIDE BEND OF THE CHANNEL. INSTALL MIN 2.0' SMALLER BRANCHES AND BRUSH AND COMPACT LIGHTLY TOGETHER. KEY COIR MATTING LIVE STAKES LIVE STAKESPres BACKFILL AND COMPACT TO LOCK IN PLACE. INTO BANK \� 2. PLACE LIVE CUTTINGS OVER THE SMALL BRANCHES AND BRUSH. SEE COMPACTED SOIL LIFT 3600 Glenwood Ave, Suite 100 \� TOP OF BANK PLANTING TABLE ON SHEET P I FOR ACCEPTABLE LIVE CUTTING AND MIN 2.0' TOP OF BANK NOTES: Raleigh, NC 27612 LIVE CUTTINGS LIVE STAKE SPECIES. CUTTINGS SHOULD BE RINSED AT CUTTING f► LIVE CUTTINGS POINT TO ALLOW BETTER ROOTING. Main: 919.829.9909 //�\//\\/) ` 3. INSTALL EROSION CONTROL(COIR) MATTING OVER COMPACTED SOIL \/\ ��' ROCK SHALL BE EVEN WITH DESIGNED BANK I . OVER EXCAVATE THE OUTSIDE BEND OF THE CHANNEL. INSTALL FILTER FABRIC, www.res.us \/`, \ SMALL BRANCHES PER DIRECTION OF ENGINEER. COIR MATTING SHOULD BE KEYED INTO / /') SLOPE. AVOID EXCESSIVE ROCK PROTUSION BASE STONE LAYER AND COMPACT. INSTALL TOP STONE LAYER, BACKFILL AND /\ _ _ AND BRUSH / / /� TOP OF BANK. \j\\ \ ` ' FROM BANK. COMPACT TO LOCK IN PLACE. / / 4. INSTALL I TO 3 ROWS OF LIVE STAKES ABOVE THE LIVE CUTTINGS // / 2. PLACE LIVE CUTTINGS OVER THE RIPRAP. SEE PLANTING TABLE ON SHEET P I Engineering Services Provided By: \ tom__ NWS \ \��\ LAYER PER DIRECTION OF ENGINEER. MINIMUM I O" INTERMEDIATE / \` FOR ACCEPTABLE LIVE CUTTING AND LIVE STAKE SPECIES. CUTTINGS SHOULD �\ y��T \\ \\ \\ /\� ` DIAMETER STONE /\\/ BE RINSED AT CUTTING POINT TO ALLOW BETTER ROOTING. Angler Environmental, LLC /,- ���—� / // / / / `/\ / /\/ 3. INSTALL COMPACTED SOIL LIFT. COIR MATTING SHOULD BE WRAPPED UNDER License: F-1428 1/2 MAX POOL DEPTH `���� /- \\ \\ \\ \\\\ �� p NWS /\/\/\ SOIL LIFT AND KEYED INTO TOP OF BANK. /� \� �� l►��r �j 6 / / / I/2 MAX POOL DEPTH \\/ / /� 4. INSTALL I TO 3 ROWS OF LIVE STAKES ABOVE THE LIVE CUTTINGS LAYER PER SEAL �� J / \ / �� _� \/ 5. FILTER FON ABROIC SHALL MEETSPECIFICATIONS FOR NCDOT WOVEN FILTER / / / /� �/ \� \ \ A / f7? / / / \ FABRIC. \\/ ��\ \��\\ \\\/\\/\\//\\/\\ // MIN 0.5 // _ — \/ SECTION A-A . ,��►a����I.'�►'�� .> COIR MATTING \//A/�A �10'� ���,01' r� v,,�� ,������ MIN FILTER ,,,"&�`<,�.z(V ic-'�5�,� *Air ►0,*/' 4�►•��. ��'1�,*t4-�•,.4 .,4..41. ��• �,A040I�I. , ,'�A* �2.0' FABRIC ,� 1 .4����* .40.I,,.T�r+l o� SECTION A A CHANNEL TOP 1t.- ' OF BANK 411( `' ���, STONE TOE PROTECTION NTS ,(5 A CHANNEL BOTTOM OF BANK TYPICAL PLAN VIEW CHANNEL BOTTOM DUCKBILL ANCHOR OF BANK I PROPOSED (OR EQUIVALENT) COARSE AGGREGATE STREAM BED POINT REFERENCED BACKFILL WITH COARSE BACKFILL(SEE NOTE#2) IN STRUCTURE TABLE; FLOWAGGREGATE (SEE NOTE#2) BUSH TOE (SMALL CHANNEL) NON-WOVEN TOLERANCE ± O. I' MIN. 5.0' A SEE PROFILE FOR GEOTEXTILE FABRIC ?\ \ POOL DEPTH I- NTS (NCDOT TYPE II) j/ \� a a _ Q O Fr - 2\'-`7; I- 4t44' *t6r(y r�o�o�o �111o41110 off. \ \ \ \ \ LOw _�_-_ �•I BACKFILL WITH COARSE \\ii \ ��\ \ \ \ \ \ a -Oi AGGREGATE (SEE NOTE#2) \ /\/ / • \��' / / / / / / — �i�.__ - :_may- -- - ; \ � \\\// jA\\/\,/i\��\\/\ NOTES: ' O O O �'Gy B GEOTEXTIOLE FABRIC �O A � � i `< (NCDOT TYPE II) / \//` Ct I. LOG VANES SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED OF ONE OR MORE LOGS HELD IN PLACE BY EITHER BALLAST BOULDERS, DUCKBILL �� '�� • • • •' �����.ita O2�O� oO�o01 Z 2p° 300 POINT REFERENCED IN ANCHORS, OR REBAR. LOGS SHALL BE MIN DIAM. = I O" OF RELATIVELY STRAIGHT HARDWOOD, RECENTLY HARVESTED. -3 �� = = < TACK FABRIC r>> THE LENGTH SHALL BE SUCH THAT THE LOG IS BURIED INTO THE SOIL OF THE STREAM BANK(ON ONE END) AND STREAM TO LOG O STRUCTURE TABLE; BRUSH TOE PROTECTION rC �' O BED (ON THE OTHER END) A MINIMUM DISTANCE OF 4.0'. FLAT-SIDED BALLAST BOULDERS SHALL BE OF SIZE 2'X 2'X .- �� 5.0' SECTION A-A' (OPT I ) TOLERANCE ± O. I LENGTH = BKF WIDTH P: Ct / I .5' OR AS SPECIFIED BY THE DESIGNER. (UNLESS OTHERWISE tlit 2. COARSE AGGREGATE BACKFILL SHALL CONSIST OF AN EQUAL MIX OF#57 STONE, SURGE STONE, AND CLASS A RIPRAP. NOTED ON THE PLANS) ��r`, ® MIN 0 4. I 3. THE VANE SHALL INTERCEPT THE STREAM BANK AT A HEIGHT EQUAL TO BETWEEN %2 BANKFULL STAGE AND BANKFULL �� LL �.� ��r STAGE. AN ELEVATION CONTROL POINT MAY BE ESTABLISHED AT THE LEFT OR RIGHT STREAM BANK/VANE INTERCEPT LL I 0 / POINT. THE STRUCTURE ANGLE SHALL BE MEASURED FROM A POINT TANGENT TO THE VANE INTERCEPT IN RELATION TO THE DIRECTION OF FLOW. I Z 4. GEOTEXTILE FABRIC SHALL BE USED TO SEAL THE GAPS BETWEEN THE LOGS AND UNDER THE COARSE BACKFILL MATERIAL fY } OF THE VANE. THERE SHALL BE NO GEOTEXTILE FABRIC VISIBLE IN THE FINISHED WORK; EDGES SHALL BE FOLDED DUCKBILL ANCHOR 0 Ct COARSE AGGREGATE TUCKED, OR TRIMMED AS NEEDED. CHANNEL TOP I OR EQUIVALENT) 0 Z BACKFILL(SEE NOTE#2) 5. LOG VANES SHALL BE BUILT TYPICALLY AS FOLLOWS: PROPOSED ( (/) q OF BANK \ STREAM BED Z A. OVER EXCAVATE STREAM BED TO A DEPTH EQUAL TO THE TOTAL THICKNESS OF THE HEADER(AND FOOTER IFW SPECIFIED) LOGS. SCOUR POOL 0 BANK INTERCEPT POINT q' B. PLACE FOOTER LOG OF THE VANE ARM IF SPECIFIED. THE SLOPE OF THE VANE ARM IS MEASURED ALONG THE \ FLOW ( W J (SEE NOTE#3) VANE ARM WHICH IS INSTALLED AT AN ANGLE TO THE STREAM BANK AND PROFILE. \ MIN. 5.0' J W POOL SEE PROFILE FOR W W rI C. INSTALL HEADER LOG OF THE VANE ARM ON TOP OF AND SLIGHTLY FORWARD OK BACK FROM THE FOOTER LOG. '�` _ POOL DEPTH a D. NAIL GEOTEXTILE FABRIC TO THE HEADER LOG USING A GALVANIZED NAIL WITH A PLASTIC CAP. THE SIZE AND f GAGE OF NAIL AND NAIL SPACING SHALL BE SCIFID BY THE DSIGNR.. \. PLACE COARSE BACFILL BHIND LOGS ENSURING THAT ANY VOIDS BTWN THE LOGS ARE FILLD. \G. BACFILL RMAINDR OF VANE WITH PRVIOUSLY EXCAVATED MATERIAL. \ A4 �. IF ANY EROSION CONTROL MATTING IS SPCIFID FOR USE IN THE VICINITY OF THE STRAM BAN VANE INTERCET POINT \ /, THE MATTING EDGES SHALL BE NEATLY SECURED AROUND THE LOGS. \ \\/D•,A• /\\/\\/ / LLI J BACKFILL WITH COARSE \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ .� \I AGGREGATE (SEE NOTE#2) / / / / O `J J / \\// /\// / //\ Cr) r2 crs /\ "\\/\./ / \/� /\/�/i \ Q NoN_wovm \ GEOTEXTII LE FABRIC \// 0 U CI (NCDOT TYPE II)in I= _ Q I: \ TYPICAL PLAN VIEW TACK FABRIC SECTION A-A' (OPT 2) TO LOG 0 Cl) cri —IQ POINT REFERENCED IN CC in BALLAST BOULDER STRUCTURE TABLE; G Q 0 I BANKFULL OR DUCKBILL ANCHORS COIR MATTING TOLERANCE ± O.I' 0 I- I— w u w z 0 PLAN VIEW FLOW in V w D co HEADER LOG I - 3% HIGH O 0 3%TO 7% ----� LOW k 0 STREAM BANK ________-_1 U BANKFULL \/ //\/�I \ ---- 3 z \ \ � _ /\ /' ' /\/\/ / NOTES: di _ a)aa) COARSE AGGREGATE L ______T.,777- / / / / / 2 0 W / BACKFILL(SEE NOTE#2) / POOL /\�/ r I I . LOGS SHOULD BE RELATIVELY STRAIGHT HARDWOOD AND RECENTLY HARVESTED. Q 0 j \ \ //�\// / �/\\ / FOOTER LOG 2. COARSE AGGREGATE BACKFILL SHALL CONSIST OF AN EQUAL MIX OF#57 STONE, ~ w Q / `/ SURGE STONE, AND CLASS A RIPRAP. w 0 w \ \\/\ \�\\/ /\ 3. HIGH SIDE OF LOG SHALL BE APPROX. 0.2' HIGHER THAN LOW END. 0 Z z ID I, RD2 (MS/DS): �/ \/\ . �/�� � /\// // //, / 4. LOG DIMENSIONS: LLJ / . e,� iS� PTIrft� STREAM BED MIN DIAM. = I 2", MIN LENGTH = 14' 0= L.I_ 0= U \/ 1 ,l,..1,...��-. c. DUCKBILL ANCHORS (OR 0 Q z �9I��I�9I��►,. IN POOL :,� �� �� .� EQUIVALENT) INSTALLED MIN DIAM. = I O", MIN LENGTH = 13' /\ a. /c• PROFILE VIEW PER MANUFACTURERS RD2 (US), RD3, RD4: U ; /\ \\/\ /\ \ INSTRUCTIONS (TYP.) SECTION B-B' .o \ \ 5. NAIL FILTER FABRIC USING 3" I OD GALVANIZED COMMON NAIL EVERY I .5'ALONG a NON RIOC EN GEOTYPEI II) / / /\/\ \ \ THE LOG PROJECT NUMBER: 0391 o \//\ \ \ PROJECT MANAGER: MB L DESIGNED: SCF a / BANK WIL?) / DRAWN: SCF o \\\\ /\\/\\ \\ CHECKED: AFM 0) cc SECTION A-A' SHEET NUMBER: di LOG VANE z NTS LOG SILL w NTS D3 J_ L_ J I c 1 r 1 FLOW CHANNEL BOTTOM res OF BANK LIVE STAKES FLOW • A CHANNEL BOTTOM 0 3600 Glenwood Ave, Suite 100 OF BANK �'>N\� Raleigh, NC 27612 O XmA zMain: 919.829.9909 • rt.13.041: • • z BANKFULL • Y iiiiii•�i:iiii••iiiiiii '� www.res.us • • • C .................... ift8 • • COARSEAGGREGATE ��•�•• IU N BACKFILL(SEE NOTE#2) _ _ ••,..•••••••••••, Engineering Services Provided By: re Angler Environmental, LLC SMALL BRANCHES � � � �O �O�Dt License: F-1428 .5' O O0411190411044111111 O O O O O ���� ,`\ .7ai a AND BRUSH ��i=`���.���I��:�� i, lad S,� ` �� � � -\01APlI/I r �� 'i,�-A1,-;�v�44i LIVE STAKES SMALL LOGS AND/OR SEAL —\��` i'� � y� ,y,//��, � _.I�li��- � LARGE BRANCHES WITH A �O O O O O O O \��u�Y _y � g4--,/,i/`11 -,1��'�`` /fir '11!i4�� 1� MIN DIAMETER OF 4". B 3 PRIMARY ROCK DIMENSIONS. �� 4LN ire �� , ��\� ` Ilia v1ll IILI/)11, t III�:� PROPOSED ��1�1`1�\� ) rBBAL • \���� •����% ��' .1� � �� 5 STREAM BED �� � X. LONGEST DIMENSION MIN 3 O' ��� �� I CHANNEL TOP � �� Y. SHORTEST DIMNSION � i1I( OBANK FLOW' 1;�I • �Z 1 POOL ,� z \ \\ \\ \\ � \ \ , \ STRUCTURE MINIMUM BOULDER SIZE if./ • �// / / / // /,/// // MIN _ REACH DIMENSION LE NTG H (IN.) LIVE STAKES \ \ \\ \ \\� \ \/ \\ CHANNEL TOP N //\�/\ / / // j �/ OF BANK X 12 A \ \\ \\/\\/\\/ \/\/\/\/\//\\//\\//\\\ Z 12 1.1 SECTION A-A TYPICAL PLAN VIEW z LIVE STAKES O 4" CEDAR POST \ \ \ It .II P'—ie ` / \/\/\/\/\/\/\/ NOTES: N MIN //\//\/\\//\//\% / `L� `m _ MI ..!- �"I r / /\\ \ \/\\ \ \ \ \\ \ I DRIVE 2 RPOAST MVV5O N4" CE MUM D PTDAR O AS STSO OWN IMUN 3' SILL CONTROL POINT ELEVATION // // // // // / / ,/ // // // // // // // // // // 2. FILL THE VOID BETWEEN POST ROWSWIAN EVEN MIX \ \ \ \ \,/ j j ; \\ \\ \ �j \ j \j� ,�jj j/\ % OF HARDWOOD LOGS, LIMBS, AND BRUSH AS SHOWN. PROPOSED HEADER BOULDER \ \ \ \ \\• i� \ �" \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ 3. REDUCE POST SPACING AS NEEDED TOIMPROVE //\//\//\//\//\/ / j" \ \, V / /\ • \ /\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/ STREAM BED / / / / / / /\ // // // // // // // // // // // // STRUCTURE STABILITY. SCOUR POOL \\%\\%\\%\\%\\� V /\\/ / /I//\\ % ` %\ ` \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ /\ \ \�\ \ \ \/\ \\ \/\/\/\/\/\//\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/ 4• SEE PLANTING LIVE STAKE SPECIES EC IB LSE ON S H E ET P I FOR ACCEPTABLE FL w i /i /i /i /i /i:/i i //. //�/i�/i�/i :/i�/i�/i�/i�/i�/i�/i�/i�/i�/i�/i�/i�/i�/i�/i�/i�/, OW H —_ MIN. 5.0' SEE PROFILE FOR Q POOL DEPTH CI 0 o SECTION B B \ \// / -�- _,� _1 i \ / /\74046W41 -- /\-<<-7 /. COARSE AGGREGATE / \ .�.�. , \ '�\\'\\\\\\\\\ 0 BACKFILL(SEE NOTE#2) //\// -wile* TT7_ ///\/ \/ \ \\/ U E N G I N E S E D SEDIMENT PACK (ESP) / //\//�\//i\//i\\// i\//i\/// /� / FILTER FABRIC \�\ / F- NTS (804.2. I I CLASS 2) r/) FOOTER BOULDER Z 0 SECTION A-A C.) fl u_ I— O FLOW Z NOTES: 0 Q I . TYPICAL RIFFLES SHALL BE INSTALLED IN ALL NEWLY GRADED CHANNEL SECTIONS Z 0 THROUGHOUT THE PROJECT UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED ON PLAN SHEETS. Q J LARGE COBBLE/SMALL 2. ELEVATION CONTROL POINTS SHALL BE DESIGNATED AT THE BEGINNING AND END OF PROPOSED STREAM SILL CONTROL POINT j w LU BOULDERS, TYP RIFFLE POINTS TO ESTABLISH PART OF THE PROFILE OF THE CHANNEL. SURVEY OF BANK ELEVATION W W a CHANNEL CONTROL POINTS SHALL BE REQUIRED TO ESTABLISH ACCURATE RIFFLE INSTALLATION BOTTOM WIDTH TOP OF BANK WITHIN A TOLERANCE OF ±0.2'. TOP OF BANK _ eb 3. RIFFLE MATERIAL SHALL BE COMPRISED OF 757o ROCKS AND 25% WOODY MATERIAL. HEADER BOULDER, TYPICAL fi _• c* ..% _• » WOODY MATERIAL SMALL CONSIST OF LOGS, BRANCHES, AND BRUSH NO GREATER w`1o`•! •`•— I • , \\//\\/\\/\\/\\ \ /\\/\\//\\//\\//\\// THAN 3" IN DIAMETER. THE ROCK MATERIAL SHALL CONSIST OF NATIVE SUBSTRATE ,-Y // // // // / / / / / / / Q �!�•��;7��=!;'s4 �•+��� / / MATERIAL WHEN POSSIBLE. NATIVE MATERIAL SHALL BE EXCAVATED, STOCKPILED, AND /\/\/\/\/\ f \/\/\/\/\/\ z h ' .04 ' ,� / / / // �\//,� RE USED FROM ABANDONED CHANNEL SECTIONS. IF A SUITABLE QUANTITY OF NATIVE \ / / / / / / / -lost; Ve,cY , ,T ' /\/\`l \ \ \ \/ / /\ SUBSTRATE MATERIAL CANNOT BE HARVESTED, CONTRACTOR MAY SUBSTITUTE THE \i\\�\\/\\j\\/\\ \ \\/\\j\\j\\/\\ O A • • ��•/��•�•���� A 0.75' MIN // E Aw is g ti / / RIFFLE MATERIAL WITH ROCK MATCHING THE COMPOSITION IN TABLE I I . �/ , i./ A, • \\/\\/\\/\\` ��C:_ '„�Y� �' s��� _� "�,, i\ \ \\/\ 4. THE PLACEMENT OF RIFFLE MATERIAL SHALL BE DONE IN A MANNER TO CREATE A \ u) Ld_ .4;gPa�i:�'li,IM \ \ \ ' «_'��'a''ti� �°, ' ue, \ \ cn �►�•�` rr atei,•�� 7c .•..��z•` .�►� / / SMOOTH PROFILE, WITH NO ABRUPT "JUMP" (TRANSITION) BETWEEN THE UPSTREAM ,r , ,r ( ,r ,r m t:0110 ,1 .���:V,�.�:I / _ s / l __ _)\_ ��•�r•% � �•�� \/ \/ \ \ PROPOSED BETWEEN THE RIFFLE AND THE DOWNSTREAM RUN-POOL. THE FINISHED CROSS O p •04;0+=4 4030:� TOE OF BANK STREAM BED SECTION OF THE RIFFLE MATERIAL SHALL GENERALLY MATCH THE SHAPE AND u •.=.=0� t04%,� �:� \/\\/\// // \ DIMENSIONS SHOWN ON THE RIFFLE TYPICAL SECTION WITH SOME VARIABILITY OF THE \//%//\/\//\ / THALWEG LOCATION AS A RESULT OF THE SMALL POOLS AND LOGS. FOOTER BOULDER, TYPICAL 2// ' RIFFLE MATERIAL; 5. THE END OF RIFFLE CONTROL POINT MAY TIE IN TO ANOTHER IN-STREAM STRUCTURE ���- �f�� ���������� SEE TABLE ui iitpr, `scY•"��� �'� (LOG SILL , J-HOOK, ETC.). NO LOGS SHOULD BE INCLUDED WITHIN THE FOOTPRINT OF SECTION B B I— O (f� ���'�1; s, e�•s�ll►, f — z J Q 11��: ,.��, ,0�. a THE PROPOSED STRUCTURE. v s�•�� CC w II Cge'1 • `j • • • CROSS SECTION A-A' 6. THE CONSTRUCTED RIFFLE SHALL BE KEYED IN TO THE STREAM BANKS AND/OR BED AS G O a 4►►s� i�i�,i�iri�i� Q Gc�ii..•��`�•�'?r�•�, DESIGNATED BY THE DESIGNER. THE "KEY" SHALL EXTEND BEYOND THE TOP OF BANK l— _ a�►iten.�.�:>�Atiaa AT THE BEGINNING (CREST) AND END OF THE RIFFLE. WHERE PRESERVATION OF 0 W • 1WrrI �,t+ l�, EXISTING STREAM BANK VEGETATION IS A PRIORITY A "KEY" MAY NOT BE USED (OR THE LARGE COBBLE/ d��`�f �L. 4 `� DIMENSIONS MAY BE ADJUSTED TO LIMIT DISTURBANCE. NOTES: W co o SMALL BOULDERS i..��N�.`,�,' iai�.�l V) O �•�o1 � �r�C � � I I . SEE STRUCTURE BOULDER SIZE TABLE FOR MINIMUM DIMENSIONS OF BOULDERS. THE UPPER LIMIT FOR BOULDER SIZES O p ����,����r11�•��p•m SHOULD BE NO MORE ThAT 20% OF THE SPECIFIED MINIMUM SIZE AND SHALL BE APPROVED BY THE ENGINEER PRIOR 0 0 ••�•�� �\�•s•�• :•�� BEGIN RIFFLE VARIES PER PROFILE PROPOSED TOP Q ri ' ���������� CONTROL POINT OF BANK TABLE I - STONE COMPOSITION TO INSTALLATION OF THE STRUCTURE. Z 0 .•s• .•a.. s•�w�•�4 2. COARSE AGGREGATE BACKFILL SMALL CONSIST OF AN EQUAL MIX OF #57 STONE, SURGE STONE, AND CLASS A RIPRAP. Q W 1 IekA•�`OW9W `-1 RIFFLE MATERIAL; TARGET D50 3. THE BOULDER SILL IS GENERALLY CONSTRUCTED AS FOLLOWS: lii Lii a� W.,iilfbloilek, / �X END RIFFLE EACH STONE SIZE % JJa� w •'m SEE TABLE I (MM) A. PLACE FOOTER BOULDERS. A LAYER OF BEDDING MATERIAL UNDER THE FOOTER BOULDERS MAY BE SPECIFIED BY 2 0co s -� CONTROL POINT Q I— ii��-�-N�� ,�. h RD I , RD2 SURGE 20 THE DESIGNER. THERE SMALL BE NO GAPS BETWEEN BOULDERS. z W 0 c �•�•�•'• r•�•� � B. INSTALL FILTER FABRIC. W 0 0 02021Gy01,�4;01I GLIDE (MS/DS), RD3, #3 30 33 R— 0 a0 •Y•.�:�.—•�•�w��•�� FLOWir RUN RD4 #57 50 C. PLACE COURSE BACKFILL BEHIND THE FOOTER BOULDERS. W L- Z z „ • I Ito r SURGE 20 D. INSTALL HEADER BOULDERS ON TOP OF AND SET SLIGHTLY BACK FROM THE FOOTER BOULDERS (SUCH THAT PART QU ' �`��'r'� OF THE HEADER BOULDER IS RESTING ON THE COARSE BACKFILL HEADER BOULDERS SHALL SPAN THE SEAMS OF z POOL ,Ai\i � .' \\ \ -_�` POOL RD2 (US) #3 30 3G THE FOOTER BOULDERS. THERE SHALL NOT BE A SEAM IN THE CENTER OF THE STREAM BED (AT THE THALWEG). C p / // / / / // // #5 50 THERE SHALL BE NO GAPS BETWEEN BOULDERS. .ff )/ a) \/\/\/ / /\/\ E. PLACE COARSE BACKFILL BEHIND HEADER BOULDERS ENSURING ThAT ANY VOIDS BETWEEN THE BOULDERS ARE \ \ / / /\ FILLED. PROJECT NUMBER: 0391 4. BACKFILL SHALL BE COMPACTED IN 12" LIFTS. PROJECT MANAGER: MB a MAX 2"-3" DESIGNED: SCF o BRANCHES DRAWN: SCF / PROFILE CHECKED: AFM 0) ccSHEET NUMBER: 6E di SOCK SILL z w —YPICAL •IPPLE NTS D4 J_ L NTS I