Saving wetlands

Saving wetlands

David Sparks Ph.D.
David Sparks Ph.D.
Wetlands that are so important to the environment, fish and game to providing clean water, those wetlands are disappearing. Davis Parks spokesman spotlit Terry Causby, the acting chief of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service, says that wetlands Filter cleaned the water before it gets into our revenue streams is a plus. And the Agriculture Department has programs designed to encourage landowners, including farmers, to not only preserve those wetland areas but to improve them. One of those programs is Wetland Reserve Enhancement Partnership, or RFP, in which the government and other partners work with landowners to protect wetlands, restore them, and Also to enhance some of those wetlands out there that might just need a little love. Tender care. Usda has just announced it will invest this year 28 million dollars and partners will add almost three million to pay for six new projects and four ongoing ones. Cosby says this will help water quality reduce the effects of flooding, sequester carbon and provide better wildlife habitat. And through this and other wetland protection programs. We're leaving this great earth a lot better for the next generation. There's an old adage in hunting, fishing, and that is to leave your area better than when you found it. Kind of the same idea here with this program.
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