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Photo Contest

The Carolina Wetlands Association invites you to participate in our wetland photo contest.  We are looking for high-resolution photos of landscapes, close-ups of plants, animals, water…anything related to wetlands. Photos submitted should feature:

  • Wetlands found in North and South Carolina;  
  • Landscapes of the overall wetland ecosystem or habitat;
  • Specific plants or animals found in wetland ecosystems;
  • People enjoying wetlands such as fishing, paddling, hiking or birding.

Deadline for submissions is September 30, 2020. Winning photos will be featured in our 2021 wetland calendar.

Submission Methods

  1. Google Form – You must have a Google account to submit your photo(s) using this form.
  2. Email – Attached your photos to an email and include the following information:
  • First and Last Name
  • Mailing Address (to receive calendar if selected)
  • Description of each photo submitted (Location, State, Date Taken, Identify habitat, species, or people).
  • Photo Files – Upload image file(s) – (3 photos maximum) Please include your name and photo subject in the file name of each photo. Landscape orientation is preferred, but not a requirement.
  • Do you confirm that you hold all rights to the image?
  • If any recognizable people are in your photo(s), did you you have their permission to take their photograph?

NOTE: By submitting the photo, you give Carolina Wetlands Association permission to use the photo in publications.

Deadline for Submissions

Deadline for submissions is September 30, 2020.


Owners of the winning photos will receive a calendar.


Calendars will be available as part of our Annual Giving Campaign in November and December.


ASWM is currently conducting a project Building State and Tribal Wetland Regulatory Capacity. This webinar series will provide useful findings, state and tribal lessons learned and useful tools and techniques that can be used to help wetland programs increase effectiveness, efficiency, transparency and predictability in regulatory activities.


  • Rick Savage, Carolina Wetlands Association
  • Staff from the Wisconsin Wetlands Association


Webinar: Wetland Treasures of the Carolinas Program Celebration

Carolina Wetlands Association joins wetland enthusiasts all over the country to raise public awareness about the beauty and importance of the nation’s wetlands during May, American Wetlands Month. To promote the importance of wetland ecosystems, the Carolina Wetlands Association announces recognizes five Wetland Treasures of the Carolinas each May.

Wetland Treasures are ecologically valuable wetlands, protected by conservation plans, and home to a diversity of plants and animals. This year marks the 5th year of the program meaning that 25 wetlands have been honored as Wetland Treasures.

Join us for a a 30-minute webinar that will you an overview of the program, highlight the wetlands recognized by this designation, and learn how you can explore more information about our Wetland Treasures in North and South Carolina.