Access to practical tools & resources to help Canadians better understand and conserve wetlands.

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Project WET is an international, interdisciplinary, water education program for formal and non-formal educators of kindergarten to grade 12 students intended to supplement existing curriculum. The program facilitates and promotes awareness, appreciation, knowledge, and stewardship of water resources through the dissemination of classroom-ready teaching aids and the establishment of internationally sponsored Project WET programs.

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Regions: Wetland Basics, Policy & Legislation, Environmental Assessment, Mapping, Inventory & Evaluation, Planning, Management & Restoration, Programs / Organizations, General Info, Biodiversity, Species at risk, Climate change, Invasive Species, Water, Wetland loss, Policies, Legislation, Bylaws, Policy Development, Water, Environmental Assessment, Identification and delineation guidance, Policies, Legislation, Inventories and assessments, Mitigation Guidance, Monitoring, Functional assessment methods, Evaluation methods, Classification systems, Classification systems , Evaluation methods, Functional Assessment Methods, Inventories and assessments, Maps, Monitoring programs, Best Management Practices, Case studies, Status reports, Wildlife Habitat Management, Property Stewardship, Project Planning, Plans and programs, Fish Habitat Management, Land and water planning, Restoration, Professional societies, Funds and Incentives, Helpful Agencies, Interpretive Centres, Plans and programs, Regions, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador, Yukon, Northwest Territories, Canada, Canada and United States, World, Format, Booklet, Web or Pdf, Video, Image Collection, Fact sheet, Database, CD ROM, Book, Sector, Agriculture, Construction, Education, Forestry, Government, Mining, Recreation, Utilities, Nunavut, United States, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Events, North American wetlands Conservation Council (Canada), Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation, Environment Canada, Duck Unlimited Canada, Bird Studies Canada, Organization, Nature Conservancy of Canada, Other

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