Since 1994, National Park Trust has successfully identified and implemented park restoration projects, a positive and constructive mitigation response to actions relating to environmental laws and regulations including the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, CERCLA and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). These projects provide long-term benefits to the American public in specific geographic locations by protecting national parks and other public lands.
Our experienced park land mitigation team leads this complicated process from initial inquiry through project completion. We are a trusted partner with the National Park Service as well as other land management agencies, and work with them to create conservation and mitigation plans that address their needs. Through reliable performance, we have earned the reputation as a premier provider of park mitigation services. National Park Trust’s expedient and responsive process implements environmental restoration projects that have surpassed the expectations of all partners involved – resulting in successful conservation projects.
To learn more about our team’s expertise as a mitigation partner using conservation funding or to learn about our current and past park mitigation efforts, contact Phil Selleck, NPT’s park project director.