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Wetlands Protection

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wetlands protection

Legal Fellow Katie Sheehan worked with the Georgia Department of Environmental Protection to create a guide for local communities to help them protect wetland resources.

Local Wetland Programs: A Guide for Georgia Communities, Katie Sheehan, April 2013. Georgia Environmental Protection Division, Department of Natural Resources. Made possible through EPA Wetland Program Development Grant funding. (Note: Georgia EPD is currently making changes to the guidebook, and it will be reposted here as soon as those changes are complete.  We apologize for any inconvenience.)


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University of GeorgiaEugene P. Odum School of Ecology

UGA River Basin Center
203 D.W. Brooks Drive
Athens, GA 30602-5017 USA
Phone: (706) 583-0463
Fax: (706) 583-0612

Seth J. Wenger, Co-Director for Science - swenger@uga.edu
Laurie Fowler, Co-Director for Policy - lfowler@uga.edu

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