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Wetland Monitoring Assistance
Wisconsin’s wetlands support more species of plants and animals than other habitats in the state. In addition to providing wildlife habitat, wetlands help purify water and control flooding. In recent years, the importance of wetland habitat and ecosystems services has gathered greater attention, and interest has grown among citizens to monitor wetlands to improve our understanding and management of them.

A series of nine downloadable pdf files is written for volunteer coordinators who want to establish wetland monitoring projects at the site level. It is also designed to allow citizens to learn about and become engaged with local wetlands, characterize the wetland being monitored or contribute to statewide data and wetland species.

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