Wetland protection in Minnesota.

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Outline I)Introduction a)What are wetlands? b)What is their importance? II)National Legislation III) Local Legislation IV) Education a)Programs i)Phase into Learning ii)Nature on the Way to School iii)Project WET iv)Project WILD V)Motivation VI)Preservation and Restoration a)Success and failure b)Hydrogeomorphic (HGM) approach VII)What does this all come to? Education and Motivation Associated with Wetland Preservation Introduction Imagine dipping your toes into the warm …

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