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American Wetlands Month

Celebrate American Wetlands Month with SWS Youth art contest finalists announced  

April showers bring May flowers…and American Wetlands Month, making the month of May one of our favorite times of the year at SWS! Do you have a fun, wetland-related event planned? Let us know by posting your event in our Facebook group – SWS celebrates American Wetlands Month, or emailing Julie Alcon at julalcon@gmail.com.

Youth art contest finalists announced 
To celebrate World Wetlands Day this year, SWS sponsored a youth art contest that ran from February 2 - April 2. We collected art from children all around the world, in celebration of this international wetlands day. Students in grades 1 - 5 were asked to draw their favorite wetland, while students in grades 6 - 12 were asked to submit a drawing, photograph or combination of both that reflected the theme Wetlands for Protecting and Serving People

We are proud to announce 25 finalists, whose work will be judged in June at the 2017 Annual Meeting by meeting attendees. Visit the SWS Facebook page to view the finalists’ artwork.

The winners from each grade category will receive the following prizes:
1st place: $50
2nd place: $25
3rd place: $10


2017 SWS Europe Chapter Meeting 

Sustainable Management of Wetlands
May 4 - 6, 2017
University of Algarve
Faro, Portugal

The SWS Europe Chapter will hold its 2017 annual chapter meeting on May 4 - 6, 2017 at the University of Algarve in Faro, Portugal. The meeting, Sustainable Management of Wetlands, will explore the novel approaches for water management, biodiversity conservation, restoration, pollution control and climate change. Sessions will include themes on wetlands in a water-wise eco (bio)-based industry, the ecological quality of lakes and reservoirs, river conservation in regards to facing agriculture intensification and climate and conservation and conflicting interests in coastal lagoons. All are welcome and invited.

Learn more about the meeting Europe Chapter Upcoming Events page.

2017 SWS New England Chapter Meeting and Field Trip
Wetland/Aquatic Restoration Success and Failures
May 5 - 6, 2017 
University of New England (UNE)
Biddeford, ME

Join the New England Chapter of the Society of Wetland Scientists for our Annual Chapter Meeting and Field Trip. On Friday, May 5, there will be a field trip to look at the good, bad, and ugly of wetland mitigation. The attendees will gather at UNE 8:30-9:00 and the program will start at 9:00 am with some classroom time where we'll learn about the sites we'll see and one that we won't (can't). We will then visit a mitigation site in Sanford that failed. During the classroom time, we will have learned about the site that replaced that failed project. We'll return to UNE for lunch and then head to Westbrook and Scarborough to see other sites and discuss how they are better - or not? - than the morning site. As we go, there will be discussion of lessons learned and what people think are the strengths and weaknesses of the various projects. The group will return to UNE around 4:00 pm. 

On Saturday, May 6, join us for a full-day meeting featuring talks focused on wetland restoration sites, the Connecticut In-Lieu Fee program, Vernal Pool conservation and land use, wetland restoration in a changing climate and more. The meeting will feature posters and a chance to learn about activities and opportunities within the SWS NE Chapter. We will end the day with an optional field trip on the University of New England campus to see a constructed wetland.

Learn more about the meeting on the New England Chapter Upcoming Events page.

SWS May webinar
Using sediment enhancement to build tidal marsh resiliency on Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, Maryland, USA
Thursday, May 18, 2017
1:00 p.m. EDT

Matt Whitbeck
Chesapeake Marshlands National Wildlife Refuge Complex

Located in Maryland, USA, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge is part of the largest area of tidal marsh within the Chesapeake Bay watershed, and is of regional ecological significance for its wetlands and for the wildlife populations it supports. However, over 5,000 acres of tidal marsh have converted to open water on the refuge since 1938. The mechanisms contributing to Blackwater’s tidal marsh loss are generally attributed to a combination of sea level rise, subsidence, and herbivory by nutria.

In many areas on the refuge the elevation of the marsh surface is low relative to local tides, leading to excessive inundation. More than 80% of elevation points recently surveyed on Blackwater NWR were found to be well below the elevations needed for optimum plant growth for the refuge’s tide range (Kirwan and Guntenspergen 2012). When marsh vegetation is at an elevation below that which is optimal for plant growth, the rising sea level will further inhibit root zone growth and lead to additional marsh loss. On Blackwater NWR, vertical marsh development is particularly dependent on organic accretion driven by below-ground biomass production (Cahoon et al. 2010).

In December 2016, 26,000 cubic yards of sediment was pumped in a thin-layer application over approximately 40 acres of tidal marsh on the refuge. The purpose of this project is to raise the elevation of the existing marsh platform. The sediment enhancement will offer a twofold ecological benefit to marsh resilience: 1) The longevity of the marsh receiving thin layer sediment application will be extended by virtue of the raised surface elevation in relation to the tidal regime; and 2) Root zone production, and consequently rates of vertical accretion, should increase. Root zone production is the main driver of vertical accretion rates in the Blackwater River system (Cahoon and Guntnerspergen 2010). Building the marsh platform to an elevation that maximizes plant productivity will take full advantage of the capacity of the marsh to continue to build elevation (Kirwan and Guntenspergen 2012).

Matt Whitbeck is the supervisory wildlife biologist at Chesapeake Marshlands National Wildlife Refuge Complex in Maryland. Matt has over 19 years’ experience working in tidal marshes and natural resource management issues on National Wildlife Refuges. He has an M.S. in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences from Texas A&M University.

Visit our Upcoming Webinars page to learn more and to register.

MAD Scientist Associates' Wetland Weekend 2017
With support from the Westerville Parks and Recreation Department, MAD Scientist Associates has been hosting the Westerville Wetlands Workshop each May for nearly two decades. We've recently attracted a lot of interest in our Frog Friday program, too. So, during American Wetlands Month, we promote our Wetland Weekend, which includes a Frog Friday educational event, followed by our two-hour Wetland Workshop on Saturday. We've had over 100 participants at each of these events and they continue to grow in popularity. We always look forward to these public outreach activities!

Frog Friday
Friday, May 19, 2017
7:45 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Highlands Park Wetlands
Westerville, OH

Join us in pursuit of amphibians as they emerge from their winter hideouts and make their way to wetland pools! Professional Wetland Scientist Mark Dilley will lead walks, starting at 8:00 p.m. If you want to test your frog catching skills, nets will be provided. We suggest you bring a flashlight, wear old shoes and dress for the weather. 

17th Annual Wetland Workshop
Saturday, May 20, 2017
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Highlands Park Walking Path
Westerville, OH

This free, fun, family-oriented workshop will be led by local, Professional Wetland Scientist, Mark Dilley. Exploration stations will be set up along the Highlands Park walking path, where attendants can learn about different aspects of wetland life, make fun crafts and even get in the water to look for aquatic wildlife!

Check out the MAD Scientist Associates website to learn more.

ASWM webinar
Attracting Local People into Wetland Sites
A Wetland Link International - Americas Network Webinar hosted by the Association of State Wetland Managers
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
3:00 p.m. EDT

Wetland sites often work hard to engage local people, sending out communications and publicity materials designed to be relevant to a wide range of local stakeholders. However, many still struggle to bring local people into our wetlands. This webinar will share examples of how some of WLI Americas Network members have successfully made their wetland sites relevant in their local area. Presentations will share engagement practices and lessons learned on various aspects of environmental engagement at wetland sites, including case studies from WLI partners in North, Central and South America. Presentations will look at how to maintain a diverse set of activities to ensure repeat visitation, how to build engagement in wetland festivals and celebrations, the use of social media to draw people to engagement activities on a wetland site, and engaging local citizens in flyway projects at wetland sites. Presentations will be made in both English and Spanish, with consecutive translation from English into Spanish and Spanish into English provided in real time.

Please visit the ASWM website for more information. 

Women in Wetlands Writer's Exchange
The SWS Writer's Exchange is a web-based writing tool for wetland ecologists. Women in Wetland members can have their unpublished manuscript reviewed before publication, in exchange for reviewing another member's unpublished manuscript.

We invite all members to participate, including students and scientists of any gender, as well as scientists who are not native speakers of English. You will receive a 'kudo' for reviewing a manuscript, and this 'kudo' can be redeemed to post your manuscript on the website for review. You do not need to have reviewed a paper to post your first abstract.

How It Works:

  1. You (author) request a review of an unpublished manuscript by posting your abstract on the website. Everyone gets one free review.
  2. A member of the Women in Wetland section offers to review the manuscript via the website.
  3. You receive an email from the Writer's Exchange. You send your manuscript to the reviewer via email. The reviewer has four weeks to complete the review.
  4. The reviewer sends the review back to you via email.

Submit your manuscript. For more information, please contact Dr. Beth Middleton at middletonb@usgs.gov or visit the Women in Wetlands page.

To celebrate World Wetlands Day this year, SWS sponsored a youth art contest that ran from February 2 - April 2. We collected art from children all around the world, in celebration of this international wetlands day.
 
We are proud to announce 25 finalists, whose work will be judged in June at the 2017 Annual Meeting by meeting attendees. Visit the SWS Facebook page to view the finalists’ artwork.

Applied Wetland Science

  1. Wetland Journals & Publications
    1. Society of Wetlands Scientist’s journal WETLANDS: http://www.sws.org/Publications/wetlands-journal.html
    2. Society of Wetlands Scientist’s Wetland Science and Practice: http://www.sws.org/category/wetland-science-practice.html
    3. National Wetlands Newsletter: http://wetlandsnewsletter.org/index.cfm
    4. Society for Ecological Restoration list: http://www.ser.org/resources
    5. Journal of Wetland Archaeology http://www.maneyonline.com/loi/jwa
  2. Professional Certifications and Training
    1. Society of Wetland Scientists Professional Certification Program: http://www.wetlandcert.org/
    2. Association of State Floodplain Managers, Certified Floodplain Manager: http://www.floods.org/index.asp?menuid=426
    3. Fundamentals in Soil Science (online course) - Soil Science Society of America, Inc.: https://www.soils.org/education/fundamentals-soils
    4. EnviroCert International - Stormwater Certification Program: http://www.cpesc.org/
    5. The Swamp School - Wetland Career Training (including mini-courses): www.swampschool.org
    6. Society for Ecological Restoration (SER) - Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioner Program: http://www.ser.org/page/Certification
  3. Wetland Regulations
    1. Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc. (WSSI): http://wetlands.com/
    2. Federal links
      1. USACE: http://www.usace.army.mil/
      2. USEPA: http://www.epa.gov/
      3. NEPA: https://www.fedcenter.gov/programs/nepa/
  4. Wetland-related Associations
    1. Consortium of Aquatic Science Societies (CASS) - currently made up of SWS, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO), the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF), and the North American Benthological Society (NABS)
    2. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO): http://www.aslo.org/
    3. Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF): http://www.erf.org/
    4. North American Benthological Society (NABS): http://meldi.snre.umich.edu/node/1105
    5. Society for Ecological Restoration: http://www.ser.org/
    6. North American Lake Management Society (NALMS): http://www.nalms.org/
    7. Gulf Estuarine Research Society (GERS): http://www.gers.us/ 
    8. Association of State Wetland Managers (ASWM): http://www.aswm.org/
  5. Wetland Applications & Tools
    1. Hydrogeomorphic Approach for Assessing Wetlands Functions: http://el.erdc.usace.army.mil/wetlands/guidebooks.cfm
    2. Wetland Hydrology, Water Quality, and Associated Functions (US Geological Survey): http://water.usgs.gov/nwsum/WSP2425/hydrology.html
    3. Hydrogeomorphic (HGM) Assessment Guidebook for Tidal Wetlands of the Oregon Coast: http://www.oregon.gov/dsl/WETLAND/Pages/tidal_HGM_guidebook.aspx
    4. Watershed Resources Registry: http://watershedresourcesregistry.com/
    5. US Fish and Wildlife Service National Wetlands Inventory: http://www.fws.gov/wetlands/
    6. US Fish and Wildlife Service National Wetlands Inventory - Wetlands Mapper: http://www.fws.gov/wetlands/Data/Mapper.html
    7. USACE Regional Supplements to Corps Delineation Manual: http://www.usace.army.mil/Missions/CivilWorks/RegulatoryProgramandPermits/reg_supp.aspx
  6. Wetland Grants and Funding Resources
    1. US Fish and Wildlife - National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grant Program: http://www.fws.gov/coastal/coastalgrants/

                              
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Educational Resources

  1. SWS Wetlands of Distinction
    1. Showcase of top-tier wetlands accessible via a web-based interactive map. Visit www.wetlandsofdistinction.org to learn more.
  2. College/Universities
    1. Funding sources (grants, applications, prior year's winners)
    2. Graduate Programs
  3. Individual wetland class/lab pages
    1. Plant Ecology Research Lab: https://johnsonplantecologyresearch.wordpress.com/teaching/wetlands/
    2. Texas A&M University - Galveston Campus: http://www.tamug.edu/armitage/
    3. University of Alaska - Alaska Satellite Facility: https://www.asf.alaska.edu/wetlands/
  4. Resources
    1. Sustainability Degrees - Environmental Science Degrees
    2. Sustainability Degrees - Get Involved: The Ultimate "How To" Guide for Students


         
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Photo Contest

2017 Photo Contest

Congratulations to all winners and thank you to everyone who submitted photos in this year's contest! 

Grand prize: A one-year membership to SWS, including one complimentary section membership and one conference registration to the 2018 SWS Annual Meeting.

DeDinaMark GrandPrizewinner

Floating Islands in Dubuque, Iowa by Mark DeDina at Lower Bee Branch in Dubuque, Iowa

1st place in each category: A one-year membership to SWS, including one complimentary section membership.

  • International Wetlands
    Photographs that support this year’s objective to make SWS an effective international scientific society with a global reach. This category excludes photos of U.S. wetlands.

LeckMaryAllessio 1stplaceInternational

Mt. Wellington Preserve, a World Heritage site by Mary Allessio Leck in Hobart, Tasmania

  • Wetland Wildlife
    Photographs of plants or wildlife that support the Wildlife Section’s focus on wetland habitat and wildlife. 

FilickyKyle 1stplaceWildlife

Sundew Snack by Kyle Filicky in Kent Bog State Nature Preserve, Kent, Ohio

  • Wetland Restoration
    Photographs that advance research and application in restoration fields that regulate wetlands. In this context, wetland restoration is defined in the broadest sense, including wetland reclamation, rehabilitation, and mitigation; issues related to wetland restoration national/international perspectives.

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Cottongrass in the Arctic Oilfields by Lorene Lynn at Prudhoe Bay Oilfield in North Slope, Alaska

The winners were determined by SWS membership via an electronic vote. Thank you to everyone who voted! Download the Rules and Guidelines. Questions? Contact Kara Miller at kmiller@sws.org

Public Resources

  1. K-12
    1. Funding sources (grants, applications, prior year winners)
    2. National Educational Materials
  2. Community Resources
          a. U.S. EPA Communities
  1. Wetlands for Our Future
    1. American Wetlands Month (May)
    2. EarthEcho Water Challenge 
    3. World Wetlands Day
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World Wetlands Day

World Wetlands Day 2018

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World Wetlands Day (WWD) is celebrated every year on February 2 to raise global awareness about the value of wetlands for humanity and the planet. This day marks the date the Convention on Wetlands was formed in the Iranian city of Ramsar on the shores of the Caspian Sea, back in 1971. This year's theme is Wetlands for a sustainable urban future: urban wetlands making cities livable. Urban wetlands make cities liveable in many important ways. They reduce flooding, replenish drinking water, filter waste, provide urban green spaces and are a source of livelihoods. These wetland benefits grow ever more crucial as the number of people living in cities has now passed the 4 billion mark and continues to rise. By 2050, 66% of humanity will live in cities, as people move into urban areas searching for better jobs. Unfortunately, most people are unaware of the value and importance of urban wetlands. In fast-growing cities, wetlands are often viewed as wasteland; places to dump rubbish, fill in or convert to other uses. Scientists estimate that at least 64% of the world’s wetlands have disappeared since 1900, while in parallel, cities have exploded in growth. World Wetlands Day 2018 aims to raise awareness about how urban wetlands contribute to the future of sustainable cities.

Each year since 1997, the Ramsar Secretariat has provided free educational and promotional material to help raise public awareness about the importance and value of wetlands. To celebrate this special day, Ramsar also provides a calendar of events from around the world. Individuals and organizations are encouraged to share their events on this calendar. Check out Ramsar's www.worldwetlandsday.org for all educational resources and a complete listing of WWD events.

SWS WWD Activities

Celebrate World Wetlands Day with these SWS-sponsored activities: 

  • SWS Photo Contest Winners
    Congratulations to all winners and thank you to everyone who submitted photos in this year's contest! 

    Grand prize: A one-year membership to SWS, including one complimentary section membership and one conference registration to the 2018 SWS Annual Meeting.

    DeDinaMark GrandPrizewinner

    Floating Islands in Dubuque, Iowa by Mark DeDina at Lower Bee Branch in Dubuque, Iowa

    1st place in each category: A one-year membership to SWS, including one complimentary section membership.

    • International Wetlands
      Photographs that support this year’s objective to make SWS an effective international scientific society with a global reach. This category excludes photos of U.S. wetlands.

    LeckMaryAllessio 1stplaceInternational

    Mt. Wellington Preserve, a World Heritage site by Mary Allessio Leck in Hobart, Tasmania

    • Wetland Wildlife
      Photographs of plants or wildlife that support the Wildlife Section’s focus on wetland habitat and wildlife. 

    FilickyKyle 1stplaceWildlife

    Sundew Snack by Kyle Filicky in Kent Bog State Nature Preserve, Kent, Ohio

    • Wetland Restoration
      Photographs that advance research and application in restoration fields that regulate wetlands. In this context, wetland restoration is defined in the broadest sense, including wetland reclamation, rehabilitation, and mitigation; issues related to wetland restoration national/international perspectives.

    LynnLorene 1stpaceWetlandRestoration

    Cottongrass in the Arctic Oilfields by Lorene Lynn at Prudhoe Bay Oilfield in North Slope, Alaska

    The winners were determined by SWS membership via an electronic vote. Thank you to everyone who voted! Download the Rules and Guidelines. Questions? Contact Kara Miller at kmiller@sws.org

  • Enter the SWS Youth Art Contest
    What better day to kick off our Youth Art Contest than on World Wetlands Day! We'll be accepting submissions for our Youth Art Contest from February 2 – April 2, 2018. All artwork must be submitted through our online form by April 2, 2018, at 11:59 p.m. GMT. This year's theme is Wetland Wildlife.


    Age Categories

    • Grades 1 – 4
    • Grades 5 - 8

    Prizes
    For each age category, first, second and third place winners will be awarded the following prizes:

    • 1st place - $50.00 USD
    • 2nd place - $25.00 USD
    • 3rd place - $10.00 USD

    Rules and Submission Process

    • All submissions must be drawn on 8.5 x 11" paper.
    • Only one submission per person.
    • All artwork must be submitted through our online form with a digital copy of the artwork.
    • The digital file should be saved as “Last name, First name” of artist.
    • Mail original artwork to us for us to display at the Annual Meeting: Society of Wetland Scientists, 22 N Carroll St, Ste 300, Madison, WI, USA, 53703.
    • Artwork will not be mailed back to artists.
    • All artwork becomes the property of SWS for promotional and educational purposes.

    Enter artwork for Grades 1 - 4

    Enter artwork for Grades 5 - 8

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    Help us spread the word by sharing our promotional flyer! Download the Rules and Guidelines to learn more. Questions? Contact Kara Miller at kmiller@sws.org for more information.

  • Watch SWS webinars
    With World Wetlands Day's focus on raising global awareness about the value of wetlands, what better way to celebrate than by catching up on SWS webinars! Our webinar series aims to educate its viewers on various wetland science topics. All webinar recordings are complimentary for SWS members. Free webinar recordings are available to the public on the SWS YouTube channel! SWS supporters and wetland enthusiasts from around the world can watch these webinars with subtitles in their native language. To view the webinars with subtitles, click the “CC” button in the bottom, right-hand corner of the video. You can change the language of the subtitles by clicking on the settings button in the bottom, right-hand corner and going to subtitles/CC > auto-translate > and choosing the language of your choice.

  • Learn more about the SWS New Media Initiative
    In line with the focus of World Wetlands Day, the SWS mission is to promote understanding, conservation, protection, restoration, science-based management and sustainability of wetlands. The SWS New Media Team launched the SWS YouTube channel to share our mission with a wider audience. To help us with this initiative, we ask for members and non-members alike to share their work and experiences by submitting a video to be featured on our YouTube channel! Featured videos will showcase various wetland topics that help to further our mission. Visit the New Media Initiative page to learn more and to submit a video! 

  • Submit wetland to SWS Wetlands of Distinction
    The SWS Wetlands of Distinction initiative showcases high-quality wetlands, those with exemplary ecosystem services, across the United States (and in the future, around the world). We are seeking applications for wetlands that have already been deemed as special, rare, and/or unique by state agencies or organizations. Wetlands of Distinction goals include:

    (1) Increasing public awareness and appreciation of wetlands and their many human and environmental benefits
    (2) Identifying and cataloging high-quality wetlands, wetlands of high human-environmental importance and unique wetlands
    (3) Engaging the public including academics, educators, outdoor enthusiasts and others in wetland science and geography, using the interactive Wetlands of Distinction website: www.wetlandsofdistinction.org
    (4) Creating a national, high-quality, wetland database that includes site-specific information about wetland ecosystem services, ecology, biology, soils, conservation status and accessibility
    (5) Increasing protection of our most important and distinctive wetlands and, in turn, protection of common wetlands

    If you have comments or suggestions about the application form or process, please feel free to provide feedback by emailing us at swswetlandsofdistinction@gmail.com.

  • Participate in the SWS-NCC WWD Facebook Photo Contest
    Celebrate World Wetlands Day by participating in the NCC photo contest on Facebook! Here's how to enter:
    (1) "Like" the NCC Facebook page
    (2) Post a picture on our Facebook page of you wearing your best wetlands field gear and/or wetlands-related t-shirt. Make sure to use hashtag #worldwetlandsday when uploading your photo
    (3) Vote for your favorite photos by "liking" them.

    The photo that receives the most "likes" by February 12, 2018, will receive a gift card! Creativity is strongly encouraged! Please post as many pictures as you would like, and encourage your colleagues to post and "like" photos too. Since the winner will be determined by the number of "likes" a photo receives, posting early will give you a better chance of winning. Questions? Contact Jessica Ackerman.

Do you have an SWS event that you're holding for World Wetlands Day? Let us know by emailing us at membership@sws.org and we'll add your event to our listing!


WWD2018 infographic

Love this infographic? Check out more free educational material on www.worldwetlandsday.org

Youth Art Contest

Youth Art Contest

The Society of Wetland Scientists will be accepting submissions for its Youth Art Contest from February 2 – April 2, 2018. All artwork must be submitted through our online form by April 2, 2018, at 11:59 p.m. GMT. This year’s theme is Wetland Wildlife.

Age Categories

  • Grades 1 – 4
  • Grades 5 - 8

Prizes
For each age category, first, second and third place winners will be awarded the following prizes:

  • 1st place - $50.00 USD
  • 2nd place - $25.00 USD
  • 3rd place - $10.00 USD

Judging
Electronic voting will open to the public on May 1, 2018, to kick off American Wetlands Month. Simply scroll through each category's art gallery and vote for your three (3) favorites! The voting period will be open from May 1 - 31, 2018. The winners will be announced at the 2018 SWS Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado, USA. In the case of a tie, the Wetland Promotions Committee would determine the winner. Winners will be notified via email, and announced to the SWS community and on social media.

Rules and Submission Process

  • All submissions must be drawn on 8.5 x 11" paper.
  • Only one submission per person.
  • All artwork must be submitted through our online form with a digital copy of the artwork.
  • The digital file should be saved as “Last name, First name” of artist.
  • Mail original artwork to us for us to display at the Annual Meeting: Society of Wetland Scientists, 22 N Carroll St, Ste 300, Madison, WI, USA, 53703.
  • Artwork will not be mailed back to artists.
  • All artwork becomes the property of SWS for promotional and educational purposes.

Enter artwork for Grades 1 - 4

Enter artwork for Grades 5 - 8

Help us spread the word by sharing our promotional flyer! Download the Rules and Guidelines. Questions? Contact Kara Miller at kmiller@sws.org for more information.

 

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