Larrabee Farms—Scarborough, ME.

A design/build wetland creation and habitat preservation project, providing wetland compensation opportunities to development projects throughout the Greater Portland region.

In 2006, Grondin entered into a contract zoning agreement with the Town of Scarborough in order to allow the construction of the Larrabee Farms Wetland Mitigation Project. Wetland and upland wildlife habitat creation projects will take place in reclaimed sand and gravel pit areas on the site. The Larrabee Farms project will result in the permanent protection of over 300 acres of wildlife habitat, including over 100 acres of wetlands and a 1.5-mile stretch of the Nonesuch River and floodplain. The preservation and wetland mitigation project has been designed in cooperation with and under the guidelines of, the Town of Scarborough, Maine Department of Environmental Protection, the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

The Larrabee Farms Project currently has openings for wetland mitigation projects that have needs for wetland creation, vernal pool habitat creation, and/or preservation of expansive and valuable wetland, floodplain, riverine, and upland habitats. There is over 25 acres of wetland creation potential remaining onsite with large preservation packages included. Our design team can provide all of the planning and permitting required to help you achieve your wetland mitigation needs. For more information, please contact one of the people below.

Ken Grondin, President – RJ Grondin & Sons: (207) 854-1147

Richard Jordan, Senior Wetland Scientist – Boyle Associates: (207)781-2094