What's At Stake
We need your help to protect some of the most important wetlands in America. Florida wetlands are vitally important: They store excess water after heavy rains. They serve as protective buffers against intense storms. They naturally restore water quality and filter the agricultural and stormwater runoff which fuels toxic algae outbreaks. They support Florida tribes’ cultures and customs. Countless Florida species, many of them endangered, rely on wetlands to support the web of life. And wetlands support the state’s tourism and fishing industries.
Delivery to the Environmental Protection Agency