WHERE EEP WORKS
EEP works on overseeing nearly 600 projects to restore, enhance and protect streams, wetlands and natural areas from the mountains to the coast -– with more than three-million feet of streams and more than 50,000 acres of natural areas preserved for future generations.
EEP projects include coastal-marsh restoration that aids the health of North Carolina’s state’s estuaries, nurseries for the state’s seafood industry. Across the Piedmont, stream and wetland restoration improves water quality in both rural and urban settings. And in the mountains, thousands of acres have been preserved in conservation partnerships, contributing to wildlife corridors and gamelands.
INTERACTIVE MAPPING (see map below)
EEP is offering location and attribute information for its mitigation sites and planning areas as a service to the regulatory community and the public. Only sites that have been approved for mitigation by EEP’s Project Review Committee are shown on the maps. Questions about a project should be directed to the project manager listed in the contact attributes for the project.
Map Instructional Video
Notes to Users: Some of the projects sites on this interactive map have illustrations of property boundaries. This information is not appropriate for land surveying or legal use. Land surveys and records that are not included in the project documents contained in this interactive map may be requested by contacting the project manager.
EEP's interactive map uses Google Imagery as a base layer. Google mosaics the best available imagery for an area, and imagery dates statewide are not consistent nor are they always the most recent data available. Some imagery may be multiple years old. Web mapping data is intended for viewing only. EEP web portal visitors interested in analysis of EEP's GIS data should contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request the appropriate GIS data product.