Working with EcoMAA essentially enables Restoration Firms and Mitigation Banking Firms to hit the ground running in short order. We can develop a mitigation project that fully meets the firm's needs in a timely and effective manner, with no oversight. 

We have years of experience in the mitigation industry, from landowner negotiations to day one of a project and managing it all the way through to implementation. We believe in land stewardship and the vital role that mitigation banking plays in that system. And we believe that proper guidance and advocacy for the landowners is critical to achieving a successful mitigation project outcome.

Our experience in the industry is from different angles, from restoration work itself, to developing Standard Operating Procedures for stream bank restoration, to GIS and land acquisition, to regulatory compliance. We consider this past experience to be critical in the consultancy role our company plays today. Understanding the project from beginning to end and from the perspectives of landowner, restoration firm, banker and compliance enable us to de-risk the project and maximize opportunities for each stakeholder.


At EcoMAA, we work hard to provide consistent successful mitigation projects by being an advocate for the landowner and an experienced point of contact to the mitigation provider. Positioning ourselves as the relationship manager between the landowner and the mitigation provider enables each party to maximize their opportunity and smooth out the process by having firm goals and expectations in place before beginning the project.


  1. Land Acquisition: We excel at engaging with landowners and walking them through the process of developing a mitigation project on their property. We research and explain the opportunities as well as the risks involved with their unique property. Before committing to a project, a landowner can feel confident that their individual goals are understood, and a mitigation provider can be comfortable knowing that the landowner is well informed. At the end of the day, our relationship with the landowner is our top priority.

  2. Project Management: We manage complex mitigation projects through the regulatory approval process, which can be maddening to landowners and mitigation providers alike. Because of our years of experience in the industry and strong knowledge base of regulations and land opportunities, both land owners and mitigation providers can rest easy that the project can move forward smoothly. As an advocate for the landowner, our job is to make sure the landowner's goals are always the front line of any decision. We continuously monitor to make sure landowner requirements are being met through the multi-year project. Mitigation providers can be confident working with EcoMAA as their primary point of contact. This relationship enables providers to continue smoothly through the restoration and credits process, while EcoMAA takes care of keeping the landowner up-to-date on details and schedule.

  3. Build Consensus: Often times, there is conflict between the mitigation provider and the regulatory agencies over how various aspects of a mitigation project should be implemented. At EcoMAA, we find the path forward that works to address both parties needs with common sense solutions based on compromise.

If you have questions about how we can help you manage your mitigation project, please contact us.