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Protect
wetlands through land use planning, acquisition and wetland protection laws.
Restore
wetlands to improve wetland health and function and by re-establishing destroyed wetlands.
Explore
wetlands by getting your feet wet and learning about their wonders.

Natural Community Types Documented within the Coastal Zone

  • Alder Thicket
  • Alvar
  • Black Spruce Swamp
  • Boreal Forest
  • Boreal Rich Fen
  • Calcareous Fen
  • Dry-Mesic Prairie
  • Emergent Aquatic
  • Emergent Aquatic - Wild Rice
  • Floodplain Forest
  • Forested Ridge And Swale
  • Great Lakes Alkaline Rockshore
  • Great Lakes Barrens
  • Great Lakes Beach
  • Great Lakes Dune
  • Hardwood Swamp
  • Interdunal Wetland
  • Lake--Shallow, Hard, Drainage
  • Lake--Shallow, Hard, Seepage
  • Lake--Shallow, Very Hard, Drainage (Marl)
  • Lake--Soft Bog
  • Moist Cliff
  • Northern Dry Forest
  • Northern Dry-Mesic Forest
  • Northern Mesic Forest
  • Northern Sedge Meadow
  • Northern Wet Forest
  • Northern Wet-Mesic Forest
  • Oak Woodland
  • Open Bog
  • Poor Fen
  • Shore Fen
  • Shrub-Carr
  • Southern Mesic Forest
  • Southern Sedge Meadow
  • Springs And Spring Runs, Hard
  • Springs And Spring Runs, Soft
  • Stream--Slow, Hard, Warm
  • Submergent Aquatic
  • Tamarack (Poor) Swamp
  • Wet-Mesic Prairie

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Natural Community Descriptions

Last revised: Wed, 20 Jun 2012 17:20:50 CDT