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James R. Ingram

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EROSION CONTROL | Wetlands
www.stormh20.com, 19 Jan 2007 [cached]
James Ingram, senior environmental scientist for Greenhorne & O'Mara, has managed several of the projects in the last six years, working in almost every Potomac watershed in Virginia.As project manager, Ingram identifies the potential mitigation sites, negotiates with landowners and drafts option agreements, performs technical studies and testing, and designs the project.The technical studies include Section 106 clearance with the state historical office because of possible artifacts from Civil War battles or earlier times.
Once a site has been identified, Ingram negotiates with landowners for either easement for the project or purchase of the site.Most of the areas were historically wetlands that have been drained by farmers.Some still are so wet most of the year that farmers use them as "summer pasture" during July, August, and September, the only months they are dry enough.One site that Ingram recently bought flooded frequently, and stormwater had deposited woody debris.The conditions made the site difficult for the farmer to use but invaluable as wetlands.
Extensive onsite soil testing provides clues to the historical wetland properties of each site.Ingram says he believes in doing minimal work to undo what human activity has done to a site over the last 200 years.If the right site is chosen, "We don't do a lot of earthwork," he says.Minimal disturbance will push a site back to wetland status."The less push needed, the better the site is."
Farmers have often dug ditches or installed French drains on the upland side of a property to handle the seepage.Ingram says that by choosing sites that were once wetlands, the areas can be restored easily.
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One benefit of the approach, according to Ingram, is that these areas with tall plants are not attractive to Canada geese, a nuisance species for the region.Canada geese require large open spaces, which are not found in these wetlands.The habitat is more conducive to wood ducks and other native birds.
Working with Ingram on several projects was Gary Jellick of Acorn Environmental Inc.
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Ingram mentions what he calls "Jellick's 180 Rule",you face the stream and then turn around to see what the land 180 degrees away is like,adding, "We let the information confirm the design, not drive the design."
NMBA - Membership
www.mitigationbanking.org, 9 April 2004 [cached]
Jamie IngramSenior Environmental Scientist 962 North Penn DriveWest Chester, PA 19380Tel: (610) 429-1254Fax: (610) 696-8519
National Mitigation Banking Association (NMBA) | Members
mitigationbanking.org, 29 Jan 2015 [cached]
Jamie Ingram P: (610) 687-4458 E: jingram@evergreenenv.com
EROSION CONTROL | Wetlands
www.stormh20.com, 15 July 2006 [cached]
James Ingram, senior environmental scientist for Greenhorne & O,Mara, has managed several of the projects in the last six years, working in almost every Potomac watershed in Virginia.As project manager, Ingram identifies the potential mitigation sites, negotiates with landowners and drafts option agreements, performs technical studies and testing, and designs the project.The technical studies include Section 106 clearance with the state historical office because of possible artifacts from Civil War battles or earlier times.
Once a site has been identified, Ingram negotiates with landowners for either easement for the project or purchase of the site.Most of the areas were historically wetlands that have been drained by farmers.Some still are so wet most of the year that farmers use them as ,summer pasture, during July, August, and September, the only months they are dry enough.One site that Ingram recently bought flooded frequently, and stormwater had deposited woody debris.The conditions made the site difficult for the farmer to use but invaluable as wetlands.
Extensive onsite soil testing provides clues to the historical wetland properties of each site.Ingram says he believes in doing minimal work to undo what human activity has done to a site over the last 200 years.If the right site is chosen, ,We don,t do a lot of earthwork,, he says.Minimal disturbance will push a site back to wetland status. ,The less push needed, the better the site is.,
Farmers have often dug ditches or installed French drains on the upland side of a property to handle the seepage.Ingram says that by choosing sites that were once wetlands, the areas can be restored easily.
...
One benefit of the approach, according to Ingram, is that these areas with tall plants are not attractive to Canada geese, a nuisance species for the region.Canada geese require large open spaces, which are not found in these wetlands.The habitat is more conducive to wood ducks and other native birds.
Working with Ingram on several projects was Gary Jellick of Acorn Environmental Inc.
Daily Local News - Residents want more input on Jerrehian development
www.dailylocal.com, 19 Oct 2006 [cached]
Jamie Ingram, an environmental scientist, told commission members that it is important to have a discussion between Pulte Homes, the Jerrehian family, township officials and residents, before moving forward with development.
"We should encourage the Jerrehians to have the developers here and invite them here to receive feedback from the community," he said.
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