Show Your Support For Wetland Forests

We need your help with our mission and vision for wetland forests in the U.S. South. Read our platform, then sign to show your support and join the network!

As the Wetland Forest Initiative, our mission is to conserve, restore, and improve Southern wetland forests to strengthen our communities through:

  1. Elevating wetland forests as a national conservation priority
  2. Identifying opportunities for restoration and conservation
  3. Working with landowners and others to implement sound management practices on working lands
  4. Supporting increased incentives and funding to expand the range of wetland forests
  5. Working with local communities, to increase resilience, diversify economic opportunities and enhance quality of life
  6. Recognizing and engage with historically underrepresented citizens and communities
  7. Engaging and educate citizens about the benefits of wetland forests in their communities
  8. Collaborating with communities, landowners, resource managers, scientists, government agencies, and industries

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By signing our form here, you are supporting our mission and vision for wetland forests in the U.S. South. Read more detail below, then sign to show your support and join the network!

As the Wetland Forest Initiative, our mission is to conserve, restore, and improve Southern wetland forests to strengthen our communities through:

(1) Elevating wetland forests as a national conservation priority

(2) Identifying opportunities for restoration and conservation

(3) Working with landowners and others to implement sound management practices on working lands

(4) Supporting increased incentives and funding to expand the range of wetland forests

(5) Working with local communities, to increase resilience, diversify economic opportunities and enhance quality of life

(6) Recognizing and engage with historically underrepresented citizens and communities

(7) Engaging and educate citizens about the benefits of wetland forests in their communities

(8) Collaborating with communities, landowners, resource managers, scientists, government agencies, and industries

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