The Carolina Wetlands Association is a non-partisan, science- based organization advocating for wetlands.

About Wetlands

Carolina wetlands are diverse habitats found across the coastal plain, piedmont, and mountain regions of North and South Carolina.

Wetland Status in NC and SC

Information on the amount and types of wetlands in the Carolina - the benefits they provide and the stressors that threaten them.

Latest News

  • SELC reports SELC Hopes for Change at EPA under Regan’s Leadership Based on Work in North Carolina [Read article]
  • Yale Climate Connections reports NOAA: January 2021 was ninth-warmest on record in the U.S., seventh-warmest globally [Read article]
  • The Coastland Times reports NCCF: Atlantic white cedar restoration project complete [Read article]
  • Suffolk News Herald reports Land Near Swamp Set for Conservation [Read article]
  • The Coastland Times reports Visitors can now see Olive the otter at North Carolina Aquarium [Read article]
  • The State reports Atomic weapons plan risky for SC, lawyers say. Noted legal service joins fray [Read article]
  • NASA Earth Observatory reports Ice Age Carolinas [Read article]
  •  A new study aims to quantify the amount of carbon sequestered in Louisiana’s wetlands and develop a way to calculate benefits from coastal restoration projects as the state aims to meet carbon neutrality goals. (NOLA.com)