ABOUT SEL

Srategic Environmental lands has developed a Joint Venture structure with land owners. SEL will manage the application process, occur all costs and expenses associated with the  process, and handle the sales and marketing of  mitigation bank credits.  All of which is at no risk  or expense to the property owner. Srategic Environmental lands has developed a Joint Venture structure with land owners. SEL will manage the application process, occur all costs and expenses associated with the process, and handle the sales and marketing of  mitigation bank credits.

All of which is at no risk  or expense to the property owner.

OUR SERVICES

Acquisition

Strategic Environmental Lands has the capital to acquire potential lands used for mitigation bank and conservations.

Joint Venture

Strategic Environmental Lands has the capital to acquire potential lands used for mitigation bank and conservations

Current Projects

Learn more about our current projects

ABOUT SEL

Strategic Environmental Lands (SEL) was created out of necessity as ongoing commercial, residential, and industrial development in Florida increases, so must environmental preservation. Ron Carpenter, of Carpenter Companies created SEL in 2016. Ron is licensed commercial real estate broker with a Master’s Degree in Real Estate from the University of Florida and over 20 years of experience in the industry.

Seeing first hand, the impact of development, it became evident there was a need for more eco-minded solutions. SEL was founded on the vision of environmental preservation and enhancement while streamlining responsible development.

OUR SERVICES

Acquisition

Strategic Environmental Lands has the capital to acquire potential lands used for mitigation bank and conservations.

Joint Venture

Strategic Environmental Lands has the capital to acquire potential lands used for mitigation bank and conservations

Current Projects

Learn more about our current projects

WHAT IS MITIGATION BANKING?

Mitigation banking is the preservation, enhancement, restoration or creation (PERC) of a wetland, stream, or habitat conservation area which offsets, or compensates for, expected adverse impacts to similar nearby ecosystems. The goal is to replace the exact function and value of specific habitats (i.e. biodiversity, or other ecosystem services that would be adversely affected by a proposed activity or project. The public interest is served when enforcement agencies require more habitat as mitigation, often referred to as a mitigation ratio, than is adversely impacted by management or development of nearby acreage.

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