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Balancing the ecosystem one acre at a time.

About Us

Preserving wetlands in your community

Green Country Wetland Mitigation is a pioneer of wetland mitigation in the State of Oklahoma. Jack Dunnavant, owner of Green Country, established the first USACE-approved wetland mitigation center in Oklahoma,  and continues to provide economical and environmentally sound compensatory mitigation to the citizens of Oklahoma to this day.

We at Green Country consider it a privilege to have served the people of Oklahoma for the past 13 years and stand ready as an effective and viable mitigation solution for your project in the years to come.

The areas we serve.

The primary purpose of Green Country is to provide economical, expedient, and ecologically sound wetland and stream mitigation to private landowners, commercial entities, municipalities, and agencies throughout Oklahoma. Green Country can service projects throughout Oklahoma, but with a focus on Oklahoma City and Tulsa and all areas in between.

Advantages of utilizing Green Country Wetland Mitigation:

  • Time – We understand that time is money and the ability for our clients to purchase wetland and stream credits expedites the permitting process.
  • Cost – The cost of wetland and stream credits from our mitigation banks is more economical as opposed to other forms of compensatory mitigation such as In-Lieu Fee or Permittee Responsible Mitigation.
  • Success – Mitigation banks have a proven track record of higher success when compared to other mitigation options such as permittee responsible mitigation. Our mitigation projects are held to an extremely high level of success and agency oversight.
  • Liability – When utilizing a mitigation bank with Green Country, our clients are able to sever long-term liability and Green Country assumes responsibility for long-term success of the mitigation.
  • Environment – As opposed to most permittee responsible and in-lieu fee mitigation projects which have a very small landscape footprint and minimal impact on the environment, mitigation banks have much larger landscape foot-print and subsequently restore many more acres of habitat and feet of stream which ultimately results in a much greater impact on the overall environment.