Keystone Mitigation Bank

The Keystone Mitigation Bank is a 2,558 acre forested wetlands mitigation bank in Rains County, Texas. The wetlands mitigation bank serves the Sabine River watershed. The area is one of the last large contiguous blocks of forested wetlands habitat in the Upper Sabine watershed.
Developers: 
Mitigation Solutions USA
Investors: 
Texas Land Conservancy
Financing Mechanisms: 
Environmental Commodities
Environmental Commodities: 
Stream Mitigation Credits
Wetlands Mitigation Credits
Commodities Availability: 
Unknown
Project Status: 
Operational
Project Mission: 
Mitigation
Restoration
Project Impact: 
The Keystone Mitigation Bank forested wetlands are important for controlling erosion, recharging groundwater, maintaining water quality, and preventing flood damage. The area also provides a breeding habitat for many neotropical songbird species.