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St. Joe Company EMA #3

Ecosystem Management Agreement (EMA) #3
with the St. Joe Company

In June 2015, the St. Joe Company and the department began the process to establish the Third Ecosystem Management Agreement in accordance with F.S. 403.0752. The EMA #3 Area encompasses 28,327 acres of St. Joe owned lands within the West Bay Sector Preservation Area in Bay County. The EMA provides a flexible and predictable permitting process that will benefit the public and ERP applicants and will yield a net ecosystem benefit to the region over the traditional individual permit process. Implementation of the EMA satisfies all applicable standards and criteria, and includes commitments by the St. Joe Company to various operation, mitigation and conservation conditions that exceed current applicable regulatory requirements.

Notice of Public Meeting

Notice of Intent to enter into binding EMA #3

Draft EMA

EMA 3 - Final Executed

EMA Exhibits

Exhibit 1 - Boundary Map

Exhibit 2 - Sediment and Erosion Control Plan

Exhibit 3 - Sub-watershed Map

Exhibit 4 - Conservation Unties Map

Exhibit 5 - Barret Branch Conservation Units Map

Exhibit 6 - Boutwell Branch Conservation Units Map

Exhibit 7 - Bunker Cove Conservation Units Map

Exhibit 8 - Mitchell River Conservation Units Map

Exhibit 9 - Doe Head Swamp Conservation Units Map

Exhibit 10 - Kelly Pond Conservation Units Map

Exhibit 11 - Otter Creek Conservation Units Map

Exhibit 12 - Pigeon Creek Conservation Units Map

Exhibit 13 - Sister River Conservation Units Map

Exhibit 14 - State Forest Conservation Units Map

Exhibit 15 - Three Mile Branch Conservation Units Map

Exhibit 16 - Tiller Branch Conservation Units Map

Exhibit 17 - RGP-EMA Forest and Wildlife Management

Exhibit 18 - SAJ-114 Conservation Unit Checklist

Exhibit 19 - Wetland Map

Exhibit 20 - Aerial Photo Map

Exhibit 21 - SAJ-114 IPA Checklist

Exhibit 22 - General Conditions

Exhibit 23 - Conservation Easement for mitigation areas

Exhibit 24 - Conservation Easement for Type I Conservation Units

Exhibit 25 - Conservation Easement for Type II Conservation Units

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