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

B. Are water-loving plants present?Sedge or "Wet" Meadows

These wetlands may have saturated soils, rather than standing water, more often than not and can be dry in the summer months. Sedges, grasses and reeds are dominant, but look also for blue flag iris, marsh milkweed, sneezeweed, mint and several species of goldenrod and aster. This photo shows new england asters (purple flower) and giant goldenrod (yellow flower).

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Last revised: Thursday August 16 2012