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32 Environmental Law Institute, In-Lieu Fee Mitigation: Model Instrument Language and Resources, 2009. Environmental Law Institute, The Next Generation of Mitigation: Linking Current and Future Mitigation Pro- grams with State Wildlife Action Plans and Other State and Regional Plans, 2009. Environmental Law Institute, Wetland Avoidance and Min- imization in Action: Perspectives from Experience, 2009. Environmental Law Institute, NatureServe, INR, Resourc- es for the Future: A Practitioner’s Handbook: Optimizing Conservation and Improving Mitigation Through the Use of Progressive Approaches (NCHRP 25-25, Task 67), 2011. Environmental Law Institute, A Handbook for Prioritiz- ing Wetland and Stream Restoration and Protection Using Landscape Analysis Tools, 2013. Environmental Law Institute, Watershed Approach Hand- book: Improving Outcomes and Increasing Benefits Associ- ated with Wetland and Stream Restoration Projects, 2014. Institute for Water Resources, Wetland Mitigation Banking: Resource Document, 1994. Institute for Water Resources, Wetland Mitigation Banking, 1994. Institute for Water Resources, The Mitigation Rule Ret- rospective: A Review of the 2008 Regulations Governing Compensatory Mitigation for Losses of Aquatic Resources, Oct. 2015. Rebecca Kihslinger and James McElfish, Nature Friendly: Land Use Practices at Multiple Scales, Environmental Law Institute, 2009. Jaimee Lederman and Martin Wachs, Transportation and Habitat Conservation Plans: Improving Planning and Project Delivery While Preserving Endangered Species, University of California Transportation Center, UCTC- FR-2014-04, 2014. Tyson Smith, Tara D. Allden, and Ross Appel, NCHRP Legal Research Digest 60: Legal Aspects of Conservation Easements: A Primer for Transportation Agencies, Trans- portation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2013. U.S. Department of Interior, Office of Policy Analysis, Results from a Survey of Conservation Banking Sponsors and Managers, 2016. U.S. Department of Interior, Office of Policy Analysis, Conservation Banking Overview and Suggested Areas for Future Analysis, 2013. BIBLIOGRAPHY American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Implementing Eco-Logical: Integrating Transpor- tation Planning and Ecological Decision Making 2016. Shira A. Bergstein, April Mo, Martin A. Wachs, Daniel G. Chatman, The Role of Habitat Conservation Plans in Facilitating Transportation Infrastructure, ITS, 2016. Alejandro E. Camacho. Elizabeth M. Taylor, Melissa L. Kelly, Lessons from Area-Wide, Multi-Agency Habitat Conservation Plans in California, University of California, Irvine, School of Law, Center for Land, Environment, & Natural Resources, 2016. Patrick Crist, Marie Venner, Jimmy Kagan, Shara Howie, and Lisa Gaines, Manager’s Guide to the Integrated Eco- logical Framework, RB SHRP 2 Report No. S2-CO6-RW-4, Transportation Research Board of the National Acad- emies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine, 2014. Earthscan, Conservation & Biodiversity Banking: A Guide to Setting Up and Running Biodiversity Credit Trading Systems, (Ricardo Bayon, Jessica Fox, Nathaniel Carroll, eds. 2008) Electric Power Research Institute, Wetland and Conser- vation Banking in Transmission Corridor Rights of Way: Feasibility Assessment, 2008. Electric Power Research Institute, Wetland and Conser- vation Banking in Transmission Corridor Rights of Way: Policy and Opportunities, 2008. Environmental Law Institute, Banks and Fees: The Status of Off-Site Mitigation in the United States, 2002. Environmental Law Institute, 2005 Status Report on Compensatory Mitigation in the United States, 2006. Environmental Law Institute, Biodiversity Conservation Handbook, (Robert B. McKinstry, Corren Ripp, Emily Lisy, eds. 2006). Environmental Law Institute, Mitigation of Impacts to Fish and Wildlife Habitat: Estimating Costs and Identifying Opportunities, 2007. Environmental Law Institute, Design of U.S. Habitat Banking Systems to Support the Conservation of Wildlife Habitat and At-Risk Species, 2008. Environmental Law Institute, The Federal Wetland Per- mitting Program: Avoidance and Minimization Require- ments, 2008. Environmental Law Institute, State Wetland Permitting Programs: Avoidance and Minimization Requirements, 2008.

33 Jessica B. Wilkinson, In-lieu fee mitigation: coming into compliance with the new Compensatory Mitigation Rule. Wetlands Ecol. Manage 17:53-70, Springer, 2009. Jessica B. Wilkinson and Robert Bendick, The Next Gen- eration of Mitigation: Advancing Conservation through Landscape-Level Mitigation Planning, 40 Envtl. L. Rep. 10023, 2010. U.S. Department of Interior, Office of Policy Analysis, A Preliminary Analysis of the Conservation Banking Pro- gram and Results from a Survey of USFWS Staff, 2013. U.S. Department of Transportation, Eco-Logical: An Eco- system Approach to Developing Infrastructure Projects. DOT-VNTSC-FHWA-06-01, FHWA-HEP-06-011, 2006. Marie Venner, Early Mitigation for Net Environmental Benefit: Meaningful Off-Setting Measures for Unavoidable Impacts, National Cooperative Research Program, Trans- portation Research Board of the National Academies of Sci- ences, Engineering, and Medicine, Washington, D.C., 2005.

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TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Legal Research Digest 75: Legal Requirements for State Departments of Transportation Agency Participation in Conservation Plans describes Habitat Conservation Plans (HCPs) and their relation to wetland mitigation banking, regional planning, and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).

Purchase and sale of wetland banks, habitat, and stream credits may be characterized as real property or personal property transactions. This digest covers mechanisms used in California, Wisconsin, and other states to set up, monitor, and maintain HCPs on private or public property through endowment funds and the use of conservation easements. It also includes recent updates to related federal regulations and policies.

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