- Wetland Videos
- Wetland Ecology
- Wetland types - Courtesy of Wisconsin Wetlands Association - This generalized cross-section illustrates how different wetland types can occur side by side across a hill-slope.
- The three common features of all wetlands - Courtesy of Wisconsin Wetlands Association
- All about Wetlands
- Wetland soils - Courtesy of Wisconsin Wetlands Association
- Local article on wetlands
- Virtual tour of the wetlands of Gallatin County
- Wetlands Brochure
Wetland Management and Ownership
- A Landowner's Guide to Montana Wetlands
- Wetland Guide For Realtors
- Wetland Restoration with Native Plants
- Wetland Reserve and Enhancement - Natural Resource Conservation Service
- Culvert placement - Courtesy of Wisconsin Wetlands Association - The left photo shows a perched culvert which prevents aquatic fauna passage upstream, while the right photos shows a culvert that is set to allow fauna passage.
- Living with Beavers
- Washington State Department of Ecology
- Environmental Protection Agency- Brief
- Environmental Protection Agency- Detailed
- Flood storage / erosion - Courtesy of Wisconsin Wetlands Association - The left shows silt-laden water running through a drainage ditch, while the right shows clean water coming out of restored wetland.
- Wetland indicator plants - the presence of these plants indicate wetland habitat
- Identifying Grasses, Sedges, and Rushes - Courtesy of Wisconsin Wetlands Association
- Montana wetland plant guide
- Ute ladies'-tresses - Spiranthes diluvialis - a rare and threatened wetland plant in Gallatin County
- Plants to avoid:
- Wetlands and Mosquitoes - Courtesy of Wisconsin Wetlands Association
- Is that oil in our wetland? - Courtesy of Wisconsin Wetlands Association - Groundwater-fed wetlands often have a sheen on the water's surface caused by minerals. This sheen breaks into pieces when touched (pollution would swirl).
Other Wetland Programs
- Environmental Protection Agency
- Montana Department of Transportation
- Montana Wetland and Riparian Mapping Center
- Extension Publications:
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