The Honey Springs Mitigation Bank offers emergent and forested wetland credits and ephemeral, intermittent and perennial stream credits for sale to the public. The primary service area of the bank covers southern Tulsa down to Muskogee along the Arkansas River. The land base consists of two unique tracts of land totaling 162 acres located in the Arkansas River watershed, in McIntosh County, Oklahoma. The two tracts are distinct and diverse and range from bottomland hardwood and emergent wetlands in the Elk Creek floodplain to upland native prairie interspersed with emergent wetlands along a tributary of Elk Creek. The bank site is located in the Central Irregular Plains Level III Ecoregion of Oklahoma. The land bases include a mosaic of habitat types including bottomland forest, forested and emergent wetlands, stream channels and associated riparian habitat, beaver ponds, upland forest and native prairie.