Non-Regulatory Wetlands Protection Programs of U.S. EPA Region IV, Wetlands Planning Unit
Derby, Jennifer S.
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The Environmental Protection Agency has organized a Wetlands Planning Unit in an effort to emphasize advance planning for wetlands protection and management. The planning activities in EPA Region IV include programs in Advanced Identification of Wetlands, State Wetlands Protection Development Grants, and Wetlands Public Education and Outreach. This presentation will outline the objectives of these planning programs in the southeastern U.S.
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