Washington State’s Leader in

Wetland and Conservation Banking


Since 2001, Habitat Bank LLC. has been the leader in developing mitigation banks in Washington State. From permitting the first privately sponsored wetland mitigation bank approved through Washington State’s pilot banking program, to developing the first joint Wetland and Endangered Species Conservation Bank Project, Habitat Bank is at the forefront of market based approaches to improving natural resource mitigation.

What is Mitigation Banking?

Harris Homestead Mitigation Bank

The proposed Harris Homestead Mitigation Bank (HHMB) is a 394-acre bank project located west of Cheney, Washington

Keller Farm Mitigation Bank

Serving portions of the Lake Washington and Lake Sammamish Watersheds (King and Snohomish Counties).

East Fork Lewis Wetland Mitigation Bank

Serving the WRIA-27 Lewis River Watershed, including portions of Clark County and the rapidly growing Cities of Ridgefield, La Center and Battle Ground.

Coweeman River Joint Wetland and Conservation Bank

Serving portions of the Columbia River and the Cowlitz River Watershed.

Columbia River Mitigation Bank

Serving portions of the Columbia River from Bonneville Dam to City of Longview.

Snohomish Basin Bank

Serving the Snoqualmie and Snohomish River Watersheds.