Have Gun Will Travel wrote::lol3: mind blown
Have Gun Will Travel wrote:VDOT only replaces wetlands because the laws and their permitting requires them to. In a case of an emergency bridge replacement it goes out the window because its for the better of man. Dealing with such a case right now.
imaduckin up north wrote:and as most here will tell you creating marshes, altering , or changing the course of water movement is under so many laws that the sheer legal, monetary, or logistics is beyond the reach of the average person. these things are done on a government or state level.
guys like you is y i understand pink floydNativeGaelGunna wrote:Guys like recoil slinger. hah! how do you sling recoil haha?imaduckin up north wrote:and as most here will tell you creating marshes, altering , or changing the course of water movement is under so many laws that the sheer legal, monetary, or logistics is beyond the reach of the average person. these things are done on a government or state level.
Imaduckin, its not a dream, its real as broad daylight, and it has nothing to do with the average person , I'm assuming you mean how rich someone is or if their Dad is a Senator or something ridiculous. It is all about HABITAT. I still don't think you understand where I am going with this. I could sell private companies/ mitigation banks, or the state the "credits" or rights to use it as a mitigation bank site that they could use to enhance the already existing wetland and make money from them and still be able to hunt it. I am no lawyer, but my common sense instinct tells me that this option may not put hunting rights in perpetuity for my family but I know I would be making beaucoup $$$, but thats not what its all about for me, plus I might have to sell it to them. I am not 100% certain on those "logistics" imaduckin. I prob wouldnt have to pay taxes on it but I would loose more control this way... I think. I need to do a little more research on that, right now I'm too focused on black duck habitat and feathers
Or I could go the conservation route, DU, the state, the county, whoever, somebody would come in maybe not pay us but do the work and enhance the already existing Green Tree Reservoir wetland, and it would (in perpetuity, it could never be developed ever and it would be awesome duck habitat for wintering ducks) become perpetually so, a conservation refuge type deal but I could retain hunting rights for my family.
Or I could go in there with a regiment of my guides armed with chainsaws, shovels, a wheel barrel, and a hollowed out log colvert (ya you all know you like that one ), make the magic happen and plant some millet Mr, but then since I am not in charge right now, the guys who are given permission to hunt our blinds up there would hunt it, and it would be more theirs than ours and it wouldn't be in perpetuity just another peice of property that could be sold or timbered and changed forever. Gotta think about all the angles, short term and long term.
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