The Ithaca College Wetlands required many documents such as applications, formal proposals, plans, surveys, and letters. These can all be viewed on this page via the link on the side bar. Also through this page the IC flagging policy can be viewed. Though all the documents contain important information, the final mitigation plan may be the most all encompassing document.
The final report is a document that identifies and discusses specific plans for each piece of the wetland project. The goals of the wetlands, feedback on the plan, phased construction methods, and what the wetlands will look like are all located in the final report submitted to Ithaca College. The report also identifies what would validate a success of the wetlands, the criteria that the wetlands should be meeting after three years, and monitoring plan for five years. The appendixes of the Final Mitigation plan shows the jurisdiction of the areas that will be affected by construction and the wetlands, scoring sheets for the wetlands and the Athletic and Events center, Computer model of plans, and photo logs of what the site looked like before construction began.