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Internet Links to Wetlands Information

Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality: This link takes you to the Louisiana Nonpoint Source Pollution Program of the Department of Environmental Quality.

Louisiana Department of Natural Resources: This link takes you to the main page.

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries: This link takes you to the main page.

PLANTS Database: The plant data in this database added significantly to the plant species descriptions. The preferred citation is:
USDA, NRCS. 2002. The PLANTS Database, Version 3.5 ( National Plant Data Center, Baton Rouge, LA 70874-4490 USA.

U.S. Department of Agriculture: This link leads to an examination of the mechanisms by which wetlands control pollutants.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: This link takes you to the wetlands division of the Office of Wetlands Oceans and Water. It includes descriptions of the many types of wetlands.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: This is the National Wetlands Inventory section.

U.S. Geological Survey: The Frogwatch USA section describes the many types of wetlands.


Educational Links

Poverty Point State Historic Site: Located 45 miles (72.37 kilometers) northeast of Restoration Park, this archaeological site was the home of a mound-building, pre-agricultural civilization between 1700 B.C. and 700 B.C. Some artifacts found at this site originated from distant places as far away as 500 miles (804 kilometers) to the east.

Project Learning Tree: Established in 1973, Project Learning Tree is a broad-based environmental education program.

Project WET: WET is an acronym for Water Education for Teachers. Established in 1984, Project WET provides a wealth of environmental education resources with an emphasis on water-related issues.

Project WILD: Established in 1983, Project WILD is an interdisciplinary, supplementary environmental and conservation education program with an emphasis on wildlife.


Local Internet Links

Audobon Society: This link takes you to a list of Louisiana's wildlife refuges.

City of West Monroe: Visit the City of West Monroe's main web site.

Kiroli Strolls: Visit Newton Caldwell's excellent web site detailing the latest events in nearby Kiroli Park.

Monroe-West Monroe Convention & Visitors Bureau: Find out what's happening in the Monroe-West Monroe area! Offices are located next to the Wetlands Park.



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