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View Resource Wetland Monitoring and Assessment: A Technical Framework

The Clean Water Act (CWA) requires that states and tribes monitor and report on the condition of all waters of the United States, including jurisdictional wetlands. Scientists and resource managers...
View Resource Wetlands and Runoff

Since wetlands are typically the lowest area on the landscape, they often receive runoff from surrounding land. Several of the key programs that address such pollution are discussed in this fact...
View Resource Wetlands and Watersheds

Wetlands are important elements of a watershed because they serve as the link between land and water resources. Wetlands protection programs are most effective when coordinated with other surface and...
View Resource What Is a State Wetland Conservation Plan?

A tool that States, Territories, and Tribes are using to protect wetlands is the State Wetland Conservation Plan (SWCP). A State Wetland Conservation Plan is not meant to create a new level of...
View Resource State or Tribal Assumption of the Section 404 Permit Program

The Clean Water Act provides States and Tribes the option of assuming administration of the Federal Section 404 permit program in certain waters within State or Tribal jurisdiction. This fact sheet...
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