Results/Conclusions We are applying the FEGS-CS approach to the restoration of a Superfund mining site in southwestern Oregon. The remediation involves application of biochar as a soil amendment to increase soil quality (e.g., increased carbon content), sequester heavy metals and retain water to support the regenerative growth of native plant cover. We have established the historic and current conditions at the site and, with the assistance of Region 10, OLEM and the local community, have developed specific restoration goals as defined by the potential Final Ecosystem Goods and Services based on Environmental Classes and sub-Classes present at the site. These goals are being used to inform the planned Superfund actions associated with restoration at this site, assist project managers with understanding how site operations affect ecosystem services, provide insight on how the FEGS-CS could enhance decision making that may not have been considered in the original ecological risk assessment and measurement endpoint determination, and result in an approach based on the FEGS framework that can be applied at other sites. This research builds on existing collaborations between EPA ORD, Program Offices and the Regions, and contributes to the incorporation of ecosystem services at remediation projects. This work also serves as a much-needed case study demonstrating how to approach quantification of ecosystem services to improve risk-based decision-making.