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Interview with a Habitat: Wetland

Pull on your waterproof boots and hop in an airboat to join NOAA as we wade into Louisiana’s coastal wetlands for an interview.
July 25, 2019 - Feature Story ,
An airboat cruises on the water amid wetland plants

Conserving Habitat in the Greater Atlantic Region

An overview of habitat conservation in New England and the Mid-Atlantic.
Cod habitat

Rebuilding More Resilient Salt Marsh at Quonochontaug Pond

Faced with accelerating sea level rise and more frequent coastal storms, a vulnerable salt marsh gets a boost through a NOAA-funded resiliency project.
May 10, 2019 - Feature Story ,
A wooden fence blocks off an area where small marsh grasses are poking through a layer of sandy soil

Nominate Our Nation’s Outstanding Leaders in Wetland Conservation

30th Annual National Wetlands Awards: Open until December 14, 2018
October 19, 2018 - Feature Story ,
Dr. Kerstin Wasson receives 2018 National Wetlands Award for Science Research from NOAA.

GulfCorps Brings Ecosystem Recovery to the Gulf Coast

Mobilizing community youth to create resilient coasts and communities in the five Gulf States.

Coastal Wetlands: Too Valuable to Lose

More than just a pretty view, wetlands are a pivotal part of the natural system, providing tremendous benefits for coastal communities. Coastal wetlands include all wetlands in coastal watersheds—the entire area from which tidal streams drain to the ocean

Conducting Large-Scale Wetland Restoration in Louisiana

Louisiana ranks second only to Alaska in total pounds of commercial fish and shellfish landed each year. The state accounts for roughly 30 percent of the total volume of U.S. fisheries, with a value of approximately $1 billion annually. Louisiana also
Aerial view of coastal Louisiana wetland