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St. Joe Company Development Project Information

Ecosystem Management Agreement (EMA 1)
with the St. Joe Company

On October 11, 2004, the St. Joe Company and DEP established the Ecosystem Management Agreement for Bay and Walton counties (EMA). 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.

Annual Reports*


2006 

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2011 Annual Report Map

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

References

Executed EMA

First Amendment to Executed EMA

Second Amendment to Executed EMA

Index of EMA Attachments

Map of EMA

Supporting Documents

Detailed Conservation Unit Criteria Information

Supporting Technical Documentation for General Permit

Data Descriptions and Explanations of Selected GIS Analysis

Salamander Triangle Conservation Unit

South American Swamp Conservation Unit

Southwest West Bay Conservation Unit

Ward Creek Conservation Unit

Wildlife Corridor Conservation Unit

Breakfast Point Peninsula Conservation Unit

Overview of General Permit Area

Overview of Ecosystem Management Area

Cypress and Wet Pine Flats Conservation Unit

Lake Powel Headwaters Conservation Unit

Point Washington State Forest Conservation Unit

Plant Species Listed Status

Animal Species Listed Status

References

Environmental Resources Analysis Tools and Reports

All Analysis for Ecosystem Management Area

All Analysis for Regional General Permit Area

No Buffers/Cypress and Wet Pine Flats Conservation Unit

No Buffers/Breakfast Point Peninsula Conservation Unit

Biodiversity Analysis (1-mile Buffer)/Breakfast Point Peninsula Conservation Unit

Biodiversity Analysis (3-mile Buffer)/Breakfast Point Peninsula Conservation Unit

Regional Significance Analysis (2-mile Buffer) Breakfast Point Peninsula Conservation Unit

Regional Significance Analysis (5-mile Buffer) Breakfast Point Peninsula Conservation Unit

Biodiversity Analysis (1-mile Buffer)/Cypress and Wet Pine Flats Conservation Unit

Biodiversity Analysis (1-mile Buffer)/Cypress and Wet Pine Flats Conservation Unit 2003

Regional Significance Analysis (2-mile Buffer) Cypress and Wet Pine Flats Conservation Unit

Regional Significance Analysis (5-mile Buffer) Cypress and Wet Pine Flats Conservation Unit

Conservation Unit and Study Area Boundaries (Figures)

Salamander Triangle Conservation Unit

Side Camp Road Conservation Unit

South American Swamp Conservation Unit

Southwest West Bay Conservation Unit

Ward Creek Conservation Unit

Wildlife Corridor Conservation Unit

Breakfast Point Peninsula Conservation Unit

West Bay and East Walton Regional General Permit and Ecosystem Management Study Area

Conservation Units and Mitigation Banks

Drainage Basin Map

NRCS Ecological Communities within the West Bay to East Walton Study Area

National Wetlands Inventory within the West Bay to East Walton Study Area

Estimated Corps of Engineers Wetland Jurisdiction within West Bay to East Walton Study Area

Cypress and Wet Pine Flats Conservation Unit

Lake Powell Headwaters Conservation Unit

Point Washington State Forest Conservation Unit
 

Press Release 


Frequently Asked Questions
 

EMA Attachments

Exhibits

Mitigation Strategy Map 
 

Map of Sub-basins
 

Map of Conservation Units
 

Conservation Unit Road Crossings
 

Map of Mitigation Banks and  Basins
 

Map of High/Low Quality Wetlands
 

Deed of Conservation Easement Mitigation
 

Deed of Conservation Easement Non-Mitigation
 

Appendices

Conservation Unit Criteria

Ecological Criteria Fact Sheets
 

Forest and Wildlife Plan
 

Stormwater Criteria Manual
 

General Permit Conditions

 

Permitting


Oculus

Please contact Tanya McHale at 850-595-0674 or Tanya.McHale@FloridaDEP.gov with questions.

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