Ecosystem Credits


We Invest In Our Environment 

ECOSYSTEM CREDITS AVAILABLE: STREAM – WETLAND – REFORESTATION – TMDL. Meeting project environmental permit requirements can be challenging and time consuming, often impacting project schedules. Ecotone can assume responsibility for your ecosystem credit needs – including land acquisition, mitigation implementation, and performance monitoring.  

We are constantly expanding our inventory of available forest buffer, forest conservation, and wetland mitigation credits in order to meet our clients’ needs. For current credit pricing, please contact us.



  • Baltimore County > 300,000 square feet 
  • Harford County > 570,000 square feet 
  • Howard County > 860,000 square feet 


  • Baltimore County > 450,000 square feet 

In addition, Ecotone provides permittee-specific land acquisition and bank establishment services for clients with stream, wetland, forest, and TMDL mitigation needs that fall outside of our current bank inventory.

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Ecosystem Credits Opportunities

Contact Mary Beth O’Bryan at 410-346-5187 or email

“My experience is Ecotone has no B team.  No matter who is leading an effort we consistently get great service.  Ecotone is responsive to questions from the design team as well as County, State and Federal agencies.  The Ecotone approach of detail up front consistently saves the owner time and expense. The civil consultants have great respect for Ecotone work and experience.  Most important, regulatory agencies have great rapport with staff at Ecotone.  Having attended many field meetings let by Ecotone with MDE and Corps staff it is remarkable to observe the interaction.  There is clearly an understanding of the law, the alternatives to deal with problems and most important, a sense that the regulators trust the judgment of Ecotone.  That trust is hard earned and would be lost with just one case of pushing past good stewardship.   Ecotone is the go-to environmental consultant on our project and I highly recommend them to all other developers.”   

Joseph Rutter
Principal, Land Design and Development