The Tobaksákola Mitigation Site incorporated two phases serving as permittee-responsible mitigation (PRM) for the Mississippi Lignite Mining Company. Phase I included over 28,000 linear feet of stream channel restoration and 204 acres of riparian buffer enhancement. Phase II included the restoration/enhancement of 16,497 linear feet of stream channel with 107 acres of associated riparian buffer and the enhancement of 57.5 acres of bottomland hardwood wetlands. Prior to mitigation activities, the site was historically used for silvicultural and agricultural purposes, resulting in altered drainage through stream channelization and stream re-routing. Through stream channel and hydrologic restoration, Mitigation Resources returned the site to a thriving ecosystem.