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America’s views on wildlife are changing (1/8/20)

Managing Urban Flooding in the San Francisco Bay Area: From a Concrete Bowl to a Green Sponge (1/2/20)

Could Abandoned Agricultural Lands Help Save the Planet? (12/18/19)

Soaking in the Rain (12/11/19)

The EPA Says We Need to Reuse Wastewater  (12/4/19)

Stealing the Rain (11/27/19)

Song of the Seagrass  (11/20/19)

EPA on ‘forever chemicals’: Let them drink polluted water (11/13/19)

ECOVIEWS: Bad boys of the frog world  (11/6/19)

Wilderness areas could reduce extinction risks by more than half (10/30/19)

Slime on river rocks is a forensics tool for environmental scientists (10/23/19)

When Big Storms Inundate Wisconsin, How Could Wetlands ‘Slow The Flow’? (10/16/19)

Healthy lands means healthy water (10/9/19)

National Estuaries Week: Protecting Our Waterways  (9/25/19)

Sometimes we don’t even know what we’ve lost (9/18/19)

Manoomin: Food that grows on the water (9/11/19)

Nature-based solutions can help New York and New Jersey adapt to rising seas and intensifying storms? (9/4/19)

Invasive insect poses unprecedented threat to urban forests? (8/28/19)

Seldom Seen: A Poignant Look Back at Glen Canyon Before the Dam? (8/21/19)

In a flash, nature’s night lights add sparkle to summer nights? (8/14/19)

The Problem with Levees? (8/7/19)

Why Isn’t Publicly Funded Conservation on Private Land More Accountable? (7/31/19)

In an Era of Extreme Weather, Concerns Grow Over Dam Safety (7/24/19)

Landscape with Beavers (7/17/19)

How Can We All Help Conserve Nature? (7/10/19)

The Best Way to Explore Water Trails May be By Canoe (7/3/19)

Habitat Restoration Isn’t Just for Professionals (6/26/19)

RiverSmart helps turn home sweet home into home sweet watershed (6/19/19)

Urban forests are dying. Baltimore shows us how to bring them back. (6/12/19)

In a Town Shaped by Water, the River Is Winning (6/5/19)

Terrapins in the Classroom: Release at Poplar Island (5/29/19)

Researchers Find ‘World’s Oldest Wetland Tree’ (5/22/19)

“Frost Fairs,” the Little Ice Age and Climate Change (5/15/19)

Four New (Old) Ways the White House is Trying to Restrict Science for Policymaking (5/8/19)

Wildflowers: robust, low-maintenance, pollinator-friendly (5/1/19)

Green infrastructure benefits extend beyond stormwater (4/24/19)

Celebrating 10 Years of Atlantic White Cedar Planting! (4/17/19)

Monarch Butterfly Numbers are Soaring this Year (4/10/19)

Clean Water Act: Chesapeake Bay Watershed Under Threat (4/3/19)

Call for wetland decade under the U.N. decade on ecosystem restoration (2021-2030) (3/27/19)

What We Owe to Rachel Carson (3/20/19)

Aquaculture Doesn’t Reduce Pressure on Wild Fish (3/13/19)

What counts as extreme temperature is a moving target (3/6/19)

The wonder of water (2/27/19)

Find Your Climate-Altered Future on A New Interactive Map (2/20/19)

Army Corps releases crucial guide for reducing flood risk and increasing resilience (2/13/19)

Helping farmers help our waterways  (2/6/19)

FERC Continues to Forge Its Own Path in Considering Climate Impacts in Pipeline Applications (1/30/19)

Loons Are Getting Squeezed By Wind Farms (1/23/19)

WOTUS Revised: Proposed Federal Rule Retracts the Reach of the Clean Water Act (1/16/19)

Farm Bill by the Numbers (1/9/19)

Making Waves: 5 Steps the 116th Congress Should Take to Restore the Health and Productivity of America’s Oceans (1/3/19)

Exploring the Ecosystem of the U.S.- Mexico Border (12/19/18)

Climate Change is No Longer a Future Problem (12/12/18)

Ending Harmful Fisheries Subsidies Could Reverse Decline in Fish Stocks (12/5/18)

Climate Change is Changing the Politics of Climate Change (11/28/18)

As Courts Halt Keystone XL, Public Voices Opposition (11/21/18)

Alaska Case Could be Landmark in Water Rights Disputes (11/14/18)

Most Underestimate Minorities’ Environmental Concerns—Even Minorities (11/7/18)

Let’s Not Go Back to the Bad Ol’ Days for Our Waterways (10/31/18)

A Remote Corner of Staten Island Braces for Major Changes: Wetlands Remediation and the Presence of a New Amazon Warehouse are Transforming Staten Island’s West Shore (10/24/18)

Science Teacher Transforms Detention Pond Into ‘Wetlands Laboratory’ for Environmental Education (10/17/18)

Coastal Communities Must Plan for the Future Instead of Planning from the Past (10/10/18)

Urbanization is Cutting Off Life Support to NYC’s Wetlands (10/3/18)

Dear Congress: Stand Up for Coastal Environments During Estuaries Week (9/26/18)

The Most Ambitious Climate Plan in History (9/19/18)

EPA Expands Clean Air Act Loopholes for Coal Plants (9/12/18)

We Can Still Save Our Oceans and Fisheries. New Study Shows How (9/5/18)

The White House is Working to Undermine the Endangered Species Act—Here’s How (8/29/18)

New Defense Bill Strengthens the Military’s Flood & Energy Readiness and Saves Taxpayer Dollars—All While Addressing Climate Change (8/22/18)

Here’s How a Mile of Chicago’s River Became a Wildlife Haven (8/15/18)

Rivers in the Sky: How Deforestation is Affecting Global Water Cycles (8/8/18)

Recognizing Their Role in Maintaining Healthy Watersheds, “Beaver Believers” Work to Rehab Rodent’s Reputation (8/1/18)

Beat Protectionism and Emissions at a Stroke (7/25/18)

Is the global era of massive infrastructure projects coming to an end? (7/18/18)

How eating seaweed can help cows to belch less methane (7/11/18)

2017 was the second-worst year on record for tropical tree cover loss (7/3/18)

Coastal resilience is getting high-tech, but there are still information gaps to fill (6/27/18)

All We Need is Some Vitamin Green  (6/20/18)

Vacant lots are full of nature. How do we keep them that way? (6/13/18)

The tremendous benefits provided by just one beaver family (6/6/18)

Six Things You Should Know About The EPA’s New Science Restriction Draft Policy (5/30/18)

The ghosts of nature’s past are making a comeback (5/23/18)

Birds’ beauty extends far beyond themselves to enhance the whole world (5/16/18)

Louisiana Moves Closer to Delivering on Coastal Restoration (5/9/18)

‘Forgotten’ Nassawango returns to its natural state (5/2/18)

For a Healthy Beach, Leave the Seaweed Alone (4/25/18)

Nature, heal thyself: the lessons of restoration ecology (4/18/18)

Waterfall Wanderlust: Explore Pennsylvania’s Falling Waters (4/11/18)

The unappreciated economic value of environmental stewardship (4/4/18)

Bring community voices into disaster rebuilding and infrastructure planning (3/28/18)

After a Flood, How Do Insects and Other Invertebrates Recover? (3/21/18)

New Study Shows Flood Risks Across the U.S. are Underestimated (in a Big Way) (3/14/18)

Northam Must Act to Protect Clean Water from Pipelines (3/7/18)

How an Alaskan Earthquake Caused Fish to Spawn in Death Valley (2/28/18)

Seaweed and Seagrass Buffer the Acidity of the Nearby Ocean (2/21/18)

Disaster Aid Is Part of Bi-Partisan Budget Bill (2/14/18)

Restoring a Wetland (2/7/18)

The Clean Water Act Blog: January 22, 2018 (1/31/18)

Can we speed up the creation of ancient forests? (1/24/18)

Assembling the pieces for ‘landscape-scale’ conservation investments (1/17/18)

Habitat on the Edges: Making Room for Wildlife in an Urbanized World (1/10/18)

Changing Behaviors Vs. Changing Values: An Argument Over How to Save Nature (1/3/18)

Fenced Nature Preserves Have Benefits Beyond Their Boundaries (12/20/17)

Stopping the next wave of invasive species in Saskatchewan lakes (12/13/17)

Farmers Can Help #SaveTheBay… But They Need Our Help  (12/6/17)

Why the world needs to rethink the value of water  (11/29/17)

Interior Department takes aim at key environmental mitigation policy. Here’s what’s at stake. (11/22/17)

Tracing Water’s Path through the Santa Clara Valley Aquifer (11/15/17)

Using Nature to Build a Stronger Coast (11/8/17)

Investing In Nature 101: A Triple Win for Cities, Communities, and Developers (11/1/17)

A Hard Shore Is a Dead Shore (10/25/17)

An unexpectedly happy—or at least nuanced—tale of invasion (10/18/17)

Why Protect 600,000 Square Miles That Most People Will Never See? (10/11/17)

“Unlawful Government Takings” (10/04/17)

Can the United States Afford Another Hurricane? (9/27/17)

River and Water Conservation Organizations’ Role in Disaster Management (9/20/17)

Climate, Power, Money And Sorrow: Lessons Of Hurricane Harvey. (9/13/17)

Big, non-native mammal invaders: not a problem, but a solution (9/6/17)

Trump’s Executive Order Will Make America Flood Again (and Again and Again) (8/30/17)

A Bottom-up Boost for Coastal Habitat (8/23/17)

Lakes Are Being A-Salted (8/16/17)

Algae, Dead Zones, Climate Change and the Soil Health Movement (8/9/17)

Green Crabs Are Officially Delicious (8/2/17)

Five types of underwater grasses found in the Chesapeake Bay (7/26/17)

Two Sad Ironies In Florida Passing Its ‘Anti-Science’ Law (7/19/17)

Does Scott Pruitt have a solid case for repealing the Clean Water Rule? (7/12/17)

Three Lessons for Land-Conservation Loans (7/5/17)

Neuse and Cape Fear Rivers Need Floodplain Protection  (6/28/17)

Intact mangroves worth twice as much as rice paddies (6/21/17)

Putting the Local in Marine Conservation (6/14/17)

Throwing Dead Fish for Fun and Ecological Profit (6/7/17)

New analysis shows national monument support dominates public comment period (5/31/17)

Reaching Higher Ground in the Face of Climate Change (5/24/17)

It’s time to make soil great again (5/17/17)

A Hands-On Education in River Restoration (5/10/17)

Plants can hear water. Could noise pollution interfere? (5/3/17)

Why Rust Belt States Are Tackling Methane When Trump Won’t (4/26/17)

Can Oysters, Coastal Restoration Create Jobs? (4/19/17)

Dam Busters (4/12/17)

Trump Administration Proposes Additional Budget Cuts at U.S. EPA (4/5/17)

The infrastructure opportunity nobody is talking about – yet (3/29/17)

The Trump Skinny Budget and Federal Flood Protection (3/22/17)

Hunting and Fishing Groups Leery of Weakening Clean Water Act (3/15/17)

Infrastructure Investment? Time for some Integrated Thinking (3/8/17)

California Legislators Gird up Their Laws (3/1/17)

Bringing Back Diversity in Eastern Forests for Landowners, Wildlife (2/22/17)

New Court Decision on Water Transfers Reinstates EPA’s Existing Rule (2/15/17)

We Want Young Artists to Inspire the Conservation World (2/8/17)

bos013017PA Regulations and Court Victories Translate Directly into Wins for the American People (2/1/17)

Continuing to Protect the Country’s Waters (1/25/17)

Public Land Giveaway Would be Disastrous for Rivers (1/18/17)

Chesapeake Restoration Gets Hi-Res Land Cover Data (1/11/17)

They Released 14 Wolves In A Park. But No One Was Prepared For THIS (1/4/17)

From My Lake to All Lakes: EPA’s National Lake Assessment (12/21/16)

A Step in the Right Direction for the Upper Deschutes (12/14/16)

Building the Next Generation of Climate Justice Leaders (12/7/16)

All Hands Needed to Control Nutrient Pollution (11/30/16)

Transforming Agriculture From Threat To Solution For Environmental Challenges (11/16/16)

The Road to Empowerment: In the Field with Faith-based Environmentalists (11/9/16)

Celebrating 40 Years of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (11/2/16)

A bold new vision for restoring America’s most polluted river (10/26/16)

It’s RAINing Data in the Ohio River Basin (10/12/16)

California Law Recognizes Meadows and Forests as Water Infrastructure (10/12/16)

Partnering with States to Cut Nutrient (10/5/16)

Disasters And Biodiversity: Integrating The Environment Into Recovery And Reconstruction For A Resilient Tomorrow (9/28/16)

Be Prepared (9/24/16)

Five Years Later, The Elwha Reborn (9/14/16)

Watersheds Lost Up to 22% of Their Forests in 14 Years. Here’s How it Affects Your Water Supply (9/7/16)

From Grasslands to Forests, Nitrogen Impacts all Ecosystems (8/31/16)

Taking a Buyout from the Beach (8/24/16)

A Reflection on the Gold King Mine Incident (8/17/16)

bos120716What is a “Good” Project? Breaking Down Our Survey Results on Gulf Restoration Priorities (8/11/16)

New report finds ample oyster growth on restored Eastern Shore reefs (8/3/16)

PA Environmental Council’s Interactive Water Resource Mapping System Now Online (7/27/16)

The Oil Spill Cleanup Illusion (7/20/16)

Citizens’ Advisory Committee works to elevate voices of watershed residents (7/13/16)

California Proposes Adopting New Permitting Program for Wetlands and Waters of the State (7/6/16)

We’re at an Infrastructure Crossroads (6/29/16)

Incorporating Environmental Justice into all Regulatory Efforts (6/22/16)

Restoring a Stream, Restoring a Community (6/15/16)

EPA Celebrates Inaugural Environmental Justice Academy Graduation (6/8/16)

A River’s Return (6/1/16)

Why I Love Wetlands (5/25/16)

Inevitable Changes to Water in California (5/18/16)

EPA “Aim High” Success Stories on Climate and Air Quality (5/11/16)

Spring Cleaning – In Your Medicine Cabinet (5/4/16)

When Beach Nourishment Kills (4/27/16)

Citizen Science, Environmental Outreach and Water Quality (4/20/16)

The Deepening Story of How Climate Change Threatens Human Health (4/13/16)

Mud, Shuck, and Spat (4/6/16)

Tackling Harmful Algal Blooms (3/23/16)

bospic1Harnessing the Power of the Mississippi for Restoration (3/16/16)

Study suggests salt marshes could persist despite rising sea levels (3/9/16)

De-Extinction, a risky ecological experiment (3/2/16)

Fixing the Greater Florida Everglades-Once and For All (2/24/16)

A Controversial EPA Rule Is Pitting Small Farmers Against Big Agribusiness (2/17/16)

Protecting Our Coastal Waters (2/10/16)

Even Turtles Need “Me Time” (2/3/16)

Improving Tools for Quantifying the Effectiveness of Conservation (1/27/16)

Female Fish Eggs Found Inside of Male Fish Testicles (1/20/16)

Marsh on the Move (1/13/16)

By the Numbers: 589 (1/6/16)

Spotted Turtle One of 10 Species with “No Room to Roam” (12/16/15)

Rising to El Niño’s challenges – and opportunities (12/9/15)

Working for Clean Water is a Dream Come True (12/2/15)

EPA Releases Strategic Plan for Protecting Drinking Water from Harmful Algal Blooms (11/25/15)

Sportsmen Win a Clean-Water Victory, Bu the Fight Isn’t Over (11/18/15)

Restoring the Deschutes River, preserving the Oregon spotted frog (11/11/15)

Restoration Spotlight: Invasive plants got your goat? (11/4/15)

Hydropower Doesn’t Need Any More Loopholes (10/28/15)

Celebrating Wisconsin’s Wetlands of International Importance (10/21/15)

A Really Good Day: Building the East Capital Urban Farm (10/14/15)

Connecting diverse communities and groups helps strengthen our collective watershed work (10/7/15)

2015 National Wetland Plant List Proposed Updates (9/30/15)

American Rivers and Partners Petition EPA to Control Stormwater (9/23/15)

Big Data Improving Ecosystems, from Chesapeake Bay to Colombia (9/16/15)

bos21161Using Gypsum to Help Reduce Phosphorus Runoff (9/10/15)

U.S. EPA Proposes New Rules to Curb Methane Emissions from Oil and Gas Sector (9/02/15)

Sand Pine in my Longleaf – A restoration problem (8/26/15)

Integrated Water Resource Protection: RIP in Wisconsin? (8/19/15)

Crafting Wetland Program Plans to Increase the Likelihood of Securing Appropriated Funds and Grants (8/12/15)

Lessons Learned from the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge (8/05/15)

Today’s water laws encourage waste. Can big data help shape better ones? (7/29/15)

With One-Third of Largest Aquifers Highly Stressed, It’s Time to Explore and Assess the Planet’s Groundwater (7/23/15)

The California Spill and the Continuance of Harmful Oil Operations (6/24/15)

Exploring a missed opportunity: Microclimates (6/17/15)

BLOG: “We want good evacuation measures, no large seawalls!” (6/10/15)

Ancient Traditions Revitalize Sierra Watersheds; Increase Water (6/03/15)

Why should every American care about the California drought? (5/28/15)

All quacked up for wetlands (5/20/15)

More Ominous News on Wetlands Losses from Sea Level Rise (5/13/15)

Climate Change: Improving Restoration to Meet Shifting Plant Communities (5/06/15)

5 years later: Revisiting the areas most affected by the BP oil spill (4/29/15)

Report recommends model better account for influence of urban streams, trees on nutrient pollution (4/22/15)

Dear Humans: Industry is Causing Global Warming, Not Your Activities (4/15/15)

How The Ski Industry Could Sell Off Your Rivers To The Highest Bidder (4/08/15)

Water giveaways during a drought invite conflict (4/01/15)

House passes bill to ban EPA ‘secret science’ (3/25/15)

FEMA Finalizes New Requirement for State Disaster Plans to Consider Climate Change Impacts (3/18/15)

bos020116Is the Environment a Moral Cause? (3/11/15)

Calling an end to the search for ‘big ideas’ (3/5/15)

Storm Water Management Model Gets Climate Update (2/25/15)

Stanford on Verge of Momentous Dam Decision (2/18/15)

Wetlands do triple duty to protect people and the environment (2/11/15)

The Past Year in Water (2/4/15)

To dyke, or not to dyke: A debate coming to a town near you (1/28/15)

Yes: Ohio farmers’ harvests depend on healthy waters (1/22/15)

Wilderness Protection And The Art Of Compromise (1/12/15)

Leaving a Downstream Legacy (12/17/14)

Steps Toward a Resilient and Sustainable Future (12/11/14)

A Plastic Problem in the Chesapeake (12/3/14)

Your Input Helps Protect Clean Water (11/25/14)

A Tool for Tribal Communities (11/19/14)

Sustainability and Resilience: Making the Connection (11/12/14)

In a Changing Climate, We Can’t Do Conservation as Usual (11/05/14)

Prepare for climate change — or else, says FEMA  (10/29/14)

Rebuilding “Who-ville” – Our Lost and Forgotten Underworld Communities (10/22/14)

Common Ground Relief opens wetlands center in New Orleans (10/15/14)

Green growth: an operational tool (and GDP has had its day…) (10/8/14)

Karl Brooks: Comment on water rules? (10/1/14)

Conservation Groups, Farmers Protect & Restore Precious Puget Sound Estuary (9/24/14)

It’s Settled: No Country Does Water Management Better Than the Netherlands (9/17/14)

Wetlands and the rise of ‘blue carbon’ (9/4/14)

Tropical testate amoebae as hydrological indicators? (8/27/14)

The Gowanus Canal: Ecology & Design Meet in Brooklyn’s Rust Belt (8/20/14)

Changing Times: EPA’s Report on National Trends (8/13/14)

Mark Muller: Small business owners value clean water and support strong rules (8/6/14)

Monitoring Harmful Algal Blooms? There’s an App for That! (7/30/14)

EPA to propose limits on Alaska’s Pebble Mine project (7/23/14)pastmapping1

I’ll Trade You: Water Quality Science Edition (7/16/14)

Life on the Mississippi: Tale of the Lost River Shrimp (7/9/14)

Fiscal conservatives should love wetlands (7/2/14)

Encouraging Investments in Wetland and Water Quality Improvements on Private Property through Low-Interest Loans (6/25/14)

A new approach to climate politics: forget the climate (6/18/14)

Safeguarding Louisiana’s Coastline (6/11/14)

A Wetland Returns to its “Roots” Through a Conservation Easement (6/4/14)

Partnerships and Volunteers Bring a Midwest Wetland to Life (5/28/14)

Heavy rains impact wildlife, demonstrate value of wetlands (5/21/14)

The way forward to kicking our carbon addiction (5/14/14)

Winning Solutions for Nutrient Pollution (5/7/14)

Mow Wetlands? You Can In Virginia! (4/30/14)

New Chesapeake Bay Agreement Ignores Climate Change (4/23/14)

Encouraging Investments in Wetland and Water Quality Improvements on Private Property through Low-Interest Loans (4/16/14)

Study: Fox News botches climate-change coverage (4/9/14)

Sorry, New York Times: The Climate Report Won’t Change Any Climate Change Deniers’ Minds (4/2/14)

Recovering from a heavy dose of winter (3/26/14)

Climate Change and Ecological Restoration (3/19/14)

EPA Invokes Clean Water Act for Pebble Mine Fight (3/12/14)

Midwestern Clean Water Advocates Rally in Defense of the Chesapeake Bay (3/5/14)

We’re All Downstream (2/26/14)

Offsetting Wetlands Losses is Critical Work (2/19/14)

You Can’t Stop Urban Flooding (2/12/14)

HR3189 Sucks Rivers Dry – Here’s Why You Should Care (2/5/14)

Wintering Wood Frogs Freeze Solid (1/29/14)

Resistance is futile: Inevitable changes to water management in California (1/22/14)

The Wicked Problem of Urban Biodiversity, pt 1 (1/15/14)

How Mass-Produced Meat Turned Phosphorus Into Pollution (1/8/14)

Mussels in the Blue III – Water Quality and Threats (1/1/14)

Standing on Science to Protect Clean Water/span (12/25/13)

Has a natural world wonder just been approved for destruction by the Australian government? (12/18/13)

Hydrologist reality check: impact rests on social inclusion (12/11/13)

New method of restoring wetlands successful along Gulf Coast (12/04/13)

Drunks and Gravediggers Wax Poetic about Climate Change (11/26/13)

Migration by Any Means Necessary (11/20/13)

FL: Diane Roberts: Wakulla wetlands are more than a ‘piece of dirt’ (11/13/13)

Researchers say urban wetlands can improve water quality (11/06/13)

EPA Moves To Clarify Clean Water Act, Fox Cries “Power Grab” (10/30/13)

Love Our Wetlands (Or Else!) (10/23/13)

When it comes to data, beauty is in the eye of the beholder (10/16/13)

We need climate-change risk assessment (10/9/13)

Dave Orrick: Fueled by Legacy dollars, Ducks Unlimited and DNR are rescuing Minnesota duck lakes (10/2/13)

Drink up and Clean up Our Waters (9/25/13)

SCOV Law Blog: Recognizing wetlands (9/18/13)

Wetlands Guidance? That’s Crazy Talk, Apparently (9/11/13)

Urge Congress to continue valuable conservation programs (9/4/13)

Wetlands determine the health of a body of water (8/28/13)

Methane and Mosquitoes – Blogging Bogs (8/21/13)

Can Nature Save us From Climate Change? (8/14/13)

Climate Change Will Force Extensive Changes to US Power Grid (8/14/13)

Is Conservation Extinct? (8/7/13)

Can Agriculture Reverse Climate Change? A Future Tense Event Recap. (7/31/13)

Tar sands well blowout raises questions about Alberta’s regulatory oversight (7/25/13)

House bill slashes EPA budget by 34 percent (7/24/13)

Wetland Conservation: Good for Nature, Good for the Soul (7/17/13)

Can bringing wetlands back to our coasts protect us from future megastorms? (7/10/13)

Native Alaska, Under Threat (7/3/13)

New FEMA Study: Climate Change Will Greatly Increase Flood Risk, Debt (6/28/13)

Why Bottled Water Is Insane (6/21/13)

Lack of Inspectors Leads to Stormwater System Failures (6/12/13)

The biggest environmental decision facing Obama you’ve never heard of (6/5/13)

There Be Monsters Here: So Why the Delay on Clean Water Protections? (5/29/13)

10 Surprising Senators Who Voted Again This Week (5/22/13)

Everyone Needs A Five-Year Farm Bill for Clean Water, Affordable Food & The Great Outdoors (5/15/13)

Views from the blog-o-sphereEPA deals blow to Alaska mine project (5/8/13)

Unearthing the Value of Soil (5/1/13)

Secretary Vilsack Promotes Cover Crops, Local Foods, Contract Fairness during House Hearing (4/23/13)

Tar Sands Raw Deal: Arkansas Spill Is Another Reason to Say ‘No’ to Tar Sands Pipeline (4/17/13)

Blocked Migration: Fish Ladders On U.S. Dams Are Not Effective (4/9/13)

When streamlining environmental review really means undermining it (4/4/13)

New EPA Survey Underscores Need to Release Clean Water Act Guidance (4/1/13)

More corn for biofuels means fewer grasslands and wetlands (3/27/13)

Seeing Red (3/20/13)

The Bay as Economic Engine (3/11/13)

Climate Change and Wetlands: The IPCC Weighs In (2/27/13)

Video Short: Online Coastal Ecology Course (2/19/13)

Floating Islands to the Rescue (2/18/13)

Rare Wolverines Closer to Getting Long-Awaited Federal Protections (2/11/13)

Great Lakes Phragmites Webinar Series (2/6/13)

The Answer Is Clear: We Want Clean Energy and Clean Water (1/30/13)

PROTECT finds possible Wetlands Act and stormwater pollution violations along new DEC and APA “showcase” community connector class II snowmobile trail through the Moose River Plains (1/30/13)

World Wetlands Day 2013 is February 2 (1/23/13)

Wetlands Mitigation: A Question of Survival (Video) (1/16/13)

The Top 10 New Datasets on WeoGeo Market in 2012 (1/8/13)

A Sad State of Affairs – Why the professional field of stream restoration still has a long road ahead of it (1/2/13)

EPA Preempts Forest Roads Supreme Court Case With Final Rule (12/18/12)

NMFS properly considered economic impacts of green sturgeon CH, judge finds (12/18/12)

CA: Argument preview: A Clean Water Act question no one cares to debate (12/11/12)

Trout Fishing in a Climate-Changed America (12/4/12)

Mangroves under threat from shrimp farms: U.N. (11/27/12)

NC: EPA fines CLT airport $70,000 for filling wetlands (11/27/12)

Superfund and climate change (11/20/12)

Post Sandy, Wetlands Could Help Shore Up NYC’s Defense (11/14/12)

Walking Wetlands (11/7/12)

MD: Large Harbor Floating Wetland Project Stirs Debate (10/17/12)

The Utility of the Future: Is it Already Here? (10/17/12)

New Poll Shows Most Sportsmen Tend To Be Environmentally-Minded Conservatives (10/11/12)

Embarking into the Christina River Basin (10/03/12)

Mississippi River Basin Water Resource News for the Week (9/27/12)

What’s Happening to Species Diversity (9/20/12)

Hawaiian Wetland Birds Threatened (9/5/12)

State of New York, Nature Conservancy protect big wetland on southern Lake Champlain (8/29/12)

Communication Challenges 1: Harmful Algal Blooms (8/22/12)

Summary of Hydraulic Fracturing and Water Resources: Separating the Frack from the Fiction; A Report by the Pacific Institute (8/22/12)

Report: Farm subsidies contribute to wetland damage (8/7/12)

Wade In and Cast Your Vote for the 2012 Winners of the Rachel Carson Sense of Water Contest (7/25/12)

$80 Million for Wetlands and Working Ranches in the Everglades (7/18/12)

Guest post (Strange Wetlands): It’s dating season for toads (7/11/12)

Big Win for Outdoorsmen: Senate Moves to Pass RESTORE Act (7/03/12)

Wetlands in Nature (6/26/12)

If You Care About Conservation, You Should Care About the Farm Bill (6/21/12)

Flood Insurance Program Gets Another Two Months (6/06/12)

Wetlands Video Tribute to Biodiversity Day (5/23/12)

E.P.A. Appeals Coal Mine Ruling (5/23/12)

Building Green Cities (5/16/12)

May is American Wetlands Month (5/09/12)

8 Towns and the Great Marsh report (4/26/12)

Behold The Slingshot Drone (4/18/12)

Wetlands: Rainforests of the North (4/18/12)

Merblogogy (4/11/12)

Blog: Sustainability: Protect the Wetlands (4/11/12)

Hunters on both sides of controversial bills (4/4/12)

Scientists doubt fix to wetlands damaged by oil sands (3/28/12)

A Photographic Call to Action (3/28/12)

Summer in March (3/21/12)

International Water Forum – Wetlands (3/15/12)

Wetland whoopsies: big mistakes benefit wetlands (3/7/12)

ASFPM agrees: Some gulf oil spill fines should go to gulf restoration (2/28/12)

New international plan balances lake and wetland water (2/22/12)

Profiles in Resilience: Weston Solutions (2/15/12)

Five Things You Need to Know About Wetlands (2/8/12)

New methodology makes carbon markets work for wetlands (2/1/12)

Not All Wetlands Are Created Equal (1/25/12)

Reactive Nitrogen (1/18/12)

New report reviews US nitrogen pollution impacts and solutions (1/18/12)

Wetlands and Farms: One Example at Panghorn Bog (1/11/12)

Who’s Naughty and Who’s Nice: A Year After the Everglades Big Sugar Deal (1/4/12)

INFOGRAPHIC: World Wetlands Destruction (12/22/11)

Ohio Must Keep Vigilant to Make Sure Destroyed Wetlands and Streams are Being Replaced (12/14/11)

Rapanos, Guidelines and Deference: Wetlands Beware (12/7/11)

Hurricanes vs. Wetlands: A Rainy Day Activity (11/29/11)

What Do I Do With This Sludge? A Wetland Restoration Report and Plea for Advice. (11/22/11)

Hi-Tech Brought Low by Rising Water (11/15/11)

Wetland Services Inc. balances natural world with needs of industry (11/03/11)

A Wetland Ghosthunter: The Floating White Mist of the Laguna Wetlands (10/26/11)

Celebrate Clean Water: 40th Anniversary of Clean Water Act (10/19/11)

We are at war (10/17/11)

Nation’s wetlands continue to disappear (10/12/11)

Following Wetlands? (10/05/11)

New Coalition Formed to Focus on Returning Stream Flows to the North Coast Region (9/28/11)

Storm “retires” floating harbor wetland (9/21/11)

The Rodney Dangerfield of Natural Spaces: Coastal Louisiana (9/13/11)

Wonderful Walk at the Dulles Wetlands (9/07/11)

Complete Report from Finderne Wetlands and other Somerset Co. sites (8/31/11)

Coastal Wetland Restoration in South Bay San Diego (8/24/11)

How do you Picture Science? (8/17/11)

Gulf Coast Rising (8/10/11)

If You Wet It, They Will Come … or Building a Better Bird Feeder (8/03/11)

Orlando Wetland Park Frogs and Toads (7/27/11)

Whitebark pine listing “warranted but precluded,” FWS says (7/20/11)

Al Gore’s Reality Show (7/13/11)

GOP-run House targeting environmental rules (7/13/11)

Restoring a Floodplain Forest (7/7/11)

Eel River Preserve Honored (6/28/11)

Bog Turtles on the Lam (6/22/11)

Wetlands in a Changing Climate (6/8/11)

Hidden Wetland (6/1/11)

Wetlands, Swamps and Buffer Zones: A Primer on Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Law (5/25/11)

Wasting Wetlands (5/18/11)

Sportsmen praise new wetlands guidance (5/11/11)

Adopt-a-Turtle: Wetlands Festival at Wildwood Park puts turtles up for adoption (5/04/11)

Earth Day 2011: World Peace Wetland Prairie in Arkansas(4/22/11)

Swamp People – History Channel – Starts tonight!(3/31/11)


Lake Lights Up at Night(3/16/11)

Voice of the Wetlands: Great Music, Sobering Message(3/9/11)

A new concept: rebuttable presumptions & wetlands agencies(2/23/11)

Why the Green Bay Wetlands Bill Was Not a Job Creator(2/16/11)

Another Round in the Fight for Clean Water: Court decision leaves wetlands vulnerable to development(2/9/11)

Fourth Circuit Applies Rapanos, Remands Corps Decision (2/02/11)

NY: Protecting The Environmental Protection Fund(1/26/11)

Virtual Tour of Wakodahatchee Wetlands(1/19/11)

Top 10 Places to Save for Endangered Species(1/12/11)

Bullfrog Rescue / Mating Scene in South Africa / Wetlands(1/05/11)

Master Builders: The Beavers show us how it’s done (12/15/10)

A Return to Common Sense for Our Coasts (12/08/10)

Mercury ‘Turns’ Wetland Birds Such as Ibises Homosexual (12/01/10)

Ozzy, Pearl Jam, Voice of the Wetlands Allstars, Swamp Rock bands to Obama: Stay focused on Gulf restoration (11/24/10)

Wetland Info for Kids: Colorado Natural Heritage Program (11/17/10)

Aquafornia – California Water News Blog (11/10/10)

A Fen-tastic Saturday Morning, Part II(11/03/10)

Halloween on Wetlands(10/27/10)

Southern District of Florida Overrules Corps’ Attempt to Broaden its Wetlands Jurisdiction Through the Stockton Rules(10/13/10)

Honking While We Sleep (10/06/10)

Ants on the Beach at Wells Reserve, Maine (9/29/10)

The Economy of Estuary(9/21/10)

Keep “Jaws” in the Potomac(9/8/10)

Florida Oil Spill Law(9/1/10)

Climate Risks: Lessons from 2010’s Extreme Weather(8/25/10)

Restoring America’s Rivers: Preparing for the Future

Oil and Water: Coursing Through the Oil Spill (8/11/10)

LIFE shows value of artificial wetlands in mitigating pesticide pollution (Europe)(8/4/10)

Chesapeake Bay Network Blogs(7/28/10)

Wetlands Fill-osophy (7/14/10)

A Voice in the Wetlands: Democracy Now Video “Day 74, Voices from a Devasted Community…”(7/7/10)


Wetlands can soak more than a buyer’s feet (6/23/10)

Failure to protect wetlands puts migratory waterbirds at risk (6/16/10)

Video: Fox Ridge Presents Wetlands and Vernal Pools (6/09/10)

Category Five – Season 2, Episode 1: Wetlands Watch (6/9/10)

Annual Hudson River Pageant A Sight to Behold(6/2/10)

Estuarine Wetlands can be rehabilitated to provide carbon sequestration benefits(5/24/10)

Human Cost of Oil – Gulf Coast Oil Spill(5/19/10)

Latest Gulf oil spill forecast shows push west to fragile Louisiana wetlands(5/12/10)

Which Would You Choose: Offshore Wind or Offshore Oil? (5/5/10)

EPA Scientist Says East Coast Beaches Threatened by Sea Level, Nobody’s Listening (4/28/10)

Unintended Consequences of Government Policies: The Depletion of America’s Wetlands(4/21/10)

Portland Memorial Mausoleum Mural(4/21/10)

Citizens Searching for Salamanders (Wisconsin) March 2010(4/14/10)

Ephemeral Ponds at Prairie Works (Wisconsin) April 2010(4/14/10)

Feds thinking of new protections for newts of North Florida, South Georgia (April 2010)(4/14/10)

Water Trails Take Paddlers Deep Inside National Wildlife Refuges(4/7/10)

Coming Together for Clean Water(3/31/10)

EcoTone (3/31/10)

Marsh madness: Identifying duck-like waterfowl

New Participation Guidebook on Delaware Wetlands(3/24/10)

Beavers: The Engineers of the Forest(3/24/10)

Women in Wetlands(3/17/10)

The Clean Water Act and the economics of ambiguity(3/10/10)

Laguna Creek Wetlands Salamander(3/3/10)

Study finds post-restoration wetland succession highly variable(2/25/10)

Effects of Pesticides and Fertilizers on Wetlands(2/17/10)

Good writers, like hunters, take down their prey(2/10/10)

Top Ten Endangered Places in the Southeast 2010(2/10/10)

It’s Cold!  What Happened to Global Warming(2/3/10)

Create a Wildlife Friendly Yard(2/3/10)

Conference Highlights Delaware’s Health and Strategies for Protection and Restoration of Wetlands(1/27/10)

Connecticut Wetlands Law Blog – Electronic Resources #1(1/27/10)

Flood Pulsing in Wetlands: Restoring the Natural Hydrological Balance – E-books for Science Blog(1/20/10)

The Brooklyn Blog(1/13/10)

New Book reveals tidal freshwater wetlands are on frontlines of global change(1/13/10)

Connecticut wetlands law(1/6/10)

Wildlife agency opposes Charles County highway(1/6/10)

Climate Change Water Blog (12/23/09)

Perennials, Wetland Plants Compared For Ability To Remove Harmful Nitrogen, Phosphorous(12/16/09)

2010 Ornithology Programs at Hog Island Audubon Center(12/9/09)

New Website Offers a Guide to the Outdoors(12/9/09)

The Cultural Impact of Eroding Wetlands(12/2/09)

Real World Restoration and the Wetland Policy Industry(11/25/09)

Purple Mango Tree written by Dr. Ranee Kaur Banerjee(11/18/09)

Mangroves & Coastal Wetlands Store 50 Times More Carbon Than Tropical Forests by Area(11/18/09)

Marjorie Brown Pierson Unveils Innovative Wetlands Photography Exhibition(11/11/09)

EPA Announces Winners of the 3rd Annual Rachel Carson Contest(11/11/09)

Demonstrators hope to stop wetland road talks(11/4/09)

Announcing 2010 Travel Grants for Students to Attend Wetland Science Conferences (11/4/09)

Corps Misleads Public on Dredging’s Impact(10/28/09)

Corkscrew Named Wetland of International Importance(10/21/09)

Melting Permafrost May Help Explain Why Many Denali National Park Wetlands Are Drying Up(10/14/09)

Queen of the marsh(10/9/09)

Cool Workshop: Introduction to Scientific Filmmaking(10/7/09)

Mountain-top Mining in Appalachia(10/7/09)

2 Foot Sea Level Rise Along US East Coast, Not Due to Global Warming(9/30/09)

Coalition Calls for Sen. Feinstein’s Rider Extending Life of Oyster Farm at Point Reyes National Seashore to be Stripped(9/30/09)

Wal-Mart’s Wacky Wetland Wipeout!(9/16/09)

The National Parks: America’s Best Idea (9/16/09)

Restoring Wetlands: Chesapeake Bay Program Reports on Progress

Fakes:  How to Identify Astroturfers and Front Groups(9/9/09)

Wetlander’s Pick of the Posts: Rachel Carson “Sense of Wonder” Contest Finalists(9/2/09)

Online Encyclopedia of All Plants and Animals: Encyclopedia of Life Provides Clues on Aging, Pests(8/26/09)

EPA Clean Water Act Discussion Forum(8/19/09)

Cryptozoology Online: Still on the Track: Bog Turtle Disease Alert from USFWS(8/12/09)

Restoring Your Wetlands for Bog Turtles and Other Wildlife [PDF](8/5/09)

Recent Blogs on the Clean Water Restoration Act (8/5/09)

Recent Blogs on Clean Water Restoration Act(7/29/09)

Wetland Photo Essay(7/22/09)

Jon Stewart on the Daily Show – Interview with Water Expert Robert Glennon(7/16/09)

Manmade Floating Islands Use Recycled Plastic(7/16/09)

Ontario resort builds a wetlands eco-boardwalk to heighten public support for conservation(7/8/09)

Uganda: Conserving Wetlands to Eradicate Poverty(7/1/09)

Study: Huge Swath of Louisiana Wetlands Will Inevitably “Drown” by 2100(7/1/09)

“Wetlands on the Brink of Extinction (India)”(6/24/09)

Earth Snapshot (6/17/09)

Ballona News: State Declares People are Banned in the Wetlands, but Bulldozers are OK?(6/10/09)

Gardening 101: How To Make Your Own Potting Soil (Without Peat Moss)(6/3/09)

Everglades Poem(5/27/09)

Summer Wetland Field Camp(5/25/09)

Louisiana Coastal Wetlands Blog(5/20/09)

Aquariums: Wetland Plants(5/13/09)

Beechwood Wetland Blog (5/13/09)

A DC Birding Blog(5/6/09)


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