HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MSUSA, an innovator in solving offset challenges along the Texas coast, today announced that Troy Madrigal, Vice President and Jody Bickel, Business Development Manager, will attend the 2016 Society of Wetland Scientists (SWS) Conference in Corpus Christi, Texas, May 31-June 4, 2016 at the American Bank Center.
The firms’ active coastal projects in Port Arthur, South Padre Island, Freeport and Aransas Pass provide solutions to more than a dozen Texas counties. The company is also expected to announce new projects along the coast this summer.
“MSUSA’s ability to provide custom mitigation solutions to offset impacts to emergent wetlands, high-marsh, coastal prairie and species is a key differentiator and helps the firm maintain its competitive advantage,” said Madrigal.
A HISTORY OF SUCCESSFUL COASTAL MITIGATION SOLUTIONS
|GUM ISLAND||Port Arthur||
|SOUTH PADRE ISLAND||South Padre Island||PRM-Ready|
|RIDGE SLOUGH||Freeport||PRM Area|
|ARANSAS LAGO||Aransas Pass||PRM-Ready|
The theme for the conference is “Protecting wetland ecosystem services. Promoting stronger economies.” During the event, Madrigal and Bickel will be available to meet with attendees to discuss how MSUSA advances these collective goals—with specific focus on coastal offset solutions.
Mitigation Solutions USA (MSUSA) was founded in 2007, as an affiliate of Advanced Ecology Ltd. (AEL). MSUSA is a leader in marketing and selling environmental credits—and has a history of successfully representing 20 mitigation banks across the United States. MSUSA has expertise navigating through the complexities of the mitigation industry and the challenges of brokering environmental credits to many markets. AEL was established in 1994 as an environmental firm of scientists who work on proprietary projects.
Since 1980, the SWS has maintained a thorough focus on its primary mission-to promote understanding, scientifically-based management and sustainable use of wetlands. SWS is committed to providing meaningful resources that promote wetland education, conservation and restoration on a global level.