We are pleased that you will be joining the Association of State Wetland Managers as a new or renewing member.
The Association of State Wetland Managers has a long history of blazing trails in advocating for sound wetland science and sensible water policy.
How would you like to join?
By joining the Association, your membership will allow you to participate in the Members' Wetland Webinar Series, take an active role in cultivating this wetland ethic across the nation and support ASWM’s projects and services in addition to Wetland Breaking News. To learn more, see About ASWM and New Features and Publications 2014-2015. To learn more about membership benefits, see the list below.
$25 Senior/Retiree Membership
$150 Agency/NGO/Corporate (includes membership for up to 5 people)
$300 Agency/NGO/Corporate (includes membership for 6-10 people)
$500 Agency/NGO/Corporate (includes membership for 11-20 people)
Add $20 for each additional member over twenty.
*New Benefit* Members’ Wetland Webinar Series – A Valuable Series of Training & Presentations
ASWM launched a new wetland webinar series in fall 2012. Members may participate and have access to recordings of past webinars going ahead, such as the webinars on the National Wetland Plant List and blue carbon. Listen and engage with wetland science, policy and management experts, and learn from the experience of other wetland professionals throughout the nation. Topics for upcoming webinars include wetland restoration, wetlands and climate change, economic benefits of wetlands, vernal pools, mitigation and water quality standards for wetlands. If you have recently joined and would like to register for a members’ webinar, please click here.
The Association’s membership newsletter, Wetland News, has been published for nearly 25 years. The publication includes Association News, with analyses of important developing topics in wetland policy, management and science. Each issue features an original report or publication of interest to wetland and natural resource management professionals. Recent editions of Wetland News have featured issue papers by Jon Kusler, Esq. Ph.D., an SWS Lifetime Achievement Award-winning wetland policy & management expert; Peg Bostwick, ASWM’s Senior Policy Analyst with over 30 years of wetland science and policy expertise; and Jeanne Christie, ASWM’s Executive Director, nationally recognized as a leader in wetland policy and a recipient of a National Wetlands Award. In addition, other articles on wetland topics, such as state wetland program planning, wetland professional certification, wetland mapping and climate change adaptation, have appeared in Wetland News, often in advance of availability to the general public. Not all publications featured in Wetland News are posted on the ASWM website for the public eye; some are only available to members and work groups. This publication is an invaluable resource to members, who may not otherwise have access to wetland-specific findings or information that is not published elsewhere. Members receive 5-6 issues per year and access to archived editions.
Members receive a weekly bulletin with wetland-related news, featured posts from ASWM’s top-rated blog, “The Compleat Wetlander,” and the weekly Climate Change Features. Insider’s Edition includes special announcements on upcoming webinars and updates to new webpages, such as Mississippi River & Wetlands, as well as the latest postings on the Wetlands Job board. Members are welcome to submit wetland-related job notices to be listed. ASWM keeps members informed of any special opportunities or critical legislative news through this weekly update.
Reduced Rates for Participation in ASWM Workshops, Webinars and Training Sessions
ASWM members receive a reduction in fees for our webinars, workshops and training sessions.
Involvement With Committees, Workshops and Training Sessions
ASWM members are encouraged to join committees and to help plan upcoming workshops and training sessions. Participation in ASWM activities, including the webinars as part of the new members’ webinar series and project work groups, provides members an opportunity to gain experience in issues of national importance to the management of wetlands and related resources. ASWM’s members are encouraged to take an active role in these collaborations.
ASWM’s Wetland Bookshelf features a large number of wetland-related titles, recommended reading and publications available through GoodSearch.com. Members receive a discount on a selection of books and publications.
A Robust Online Collection of Wetland References
In addition to the books featured on the Wetland Bookshelf, ASWM houses a robust collection of wetland and water resources-related policy, science and management tools, publications and materials on its website. Access and download 30 years of comprehensive wetland-rich data, documents and discussion papers—with an emphasis on the newest developments in the field. In addition to content generated by the Association’s esteemed wetland policy, science & management experts, ASWM members contribute articles, case studies and publications on an ongoing basis, making aswm.org an essential reference for any wetland and water resource professional in today’s market.