Net gain of wetlands

Net gain of wetlands means a wetland resource conservation and management principle under which, over the long term, unavoidable losses of wetlands area or functional capacity due to highway projects are offset by gains at a ratio greater than 1:1, through restoration, enhancement, preservation, or creation of wetlands or associated areas critical to the protection or conservation of wetland functions. This definition specifically excludes natural habitat, as defined in this section, other than wetlands.

Source

23 CFR § 777.2


Scoping language

In addition to those contained in 23 U.S.C. 101, the following definitions shall apply as used in this part:

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