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Southern Environmental Law Center

The Southern Environmental Law Center and its team of talented, experienced professionals are working for you to use the full power of law and policy to protect clean air and water, native natural landscapes, and livable communities. Please go to their webpage to find information on their work for the environment: http://southernenvironment.org/.

====>Click to View "The Supreme Court Wetlands Decision: What it Means for the South"
                                (An SELC Online Seminar) Running Time: 37 min. 16 sec.

A recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court came dangerously close to stripping federal protection from millions of acres of wetlands across the country. While that bullet has been dodged - for now - a split decision by the High Court has left the fate of our wetlands uncertain. Listen in as Derb Carter, director of SELC's NC/SC office and head of our wetlands program, takes an in-depth look at the Court's decision and its implications for the future of wetlands protection in the South.

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YourWetlands.org

The YourWetlands.org podcast offers many short audio files related to Wetland Ecology. Their webpage offers a complete listing of many quality audio programs: http://www.yourwetlands.org/.
Also subscribe to the podcast via their RSS feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/yourwetlands

Here are descriptions from their website of their Audio Shows:

====>Click to hear "Restoring Our Creeks" June 29, 2007

Using a multi-objective approach, the Urban Creeks Council restores local creeks and in the process is revitalizing Bay Area communities. Learn more from Kristen Quay, UCC's Restoration and Outreach Coordinator (4 min)

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====>Click to hear "Protecting San Francisco Bay" June 21, 2007

California Secretary for Resources Mike Chrisman talks about the uniqueness of San Francisco Bay and why it's a vital resource to the economy of California (5 min)

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====>Click to hear "CALLING YOUTH TO ACTION"

Andi Liebenbaum with the Marin Conservation Corps talks about Project Regeneration, a program with long-term implications for the youth they serve.

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====>Click to hear "SUMMER SERVICE DAYS"

Andi Liebenbaum with the Marin Conservation Corps talks about their upcoming Summer Service Days created to encourage volunteerism and environmental stewardship

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====>Click to hear "SPARTINA"

Erik Grijalva with the San Francisco Estuary Invasive Spartina Project says that this introduced cordgrass is wreaking havoc in the San Francisco Bay ecosystem.

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====>Click to hear "INVASIVE CORDGRASS"

Erik Grijalva with the San Francisco Estuary Invasive Spartina Project talks about how an Atlantic cordgrass species has invaded the San Francisco Bay.

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====>Click to hear "WATERFOWL AND WETLANDS"

John Takekawa from the U.S. Geological Survey shows how waterfowl are experts at finding healthy wetlands.

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====>Click to hear "AVIAN FLU"

John Takekawa from the U.S. Geological Survey offers a perspective on this bird disease.

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====>Click to hear "NAPA-SONOMA MARSHES"

Greg Green with Ducks Unlimited discusses the ecological benefits from the current restoration of these wetland habitats.

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====>Click to hear "WHAT IS A WETLAND?"

John Takekawa from the U.S. Geological Survey takes us beyond the dictionary definition of wetlands.

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====>Click to hear "CLOSING MILITARY BASES"

Jessica Hamburger with the Contra Costa Resource Conservation District talks about the value of public participation in military base closures as it relates to local watersheds.

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====>Click to hear "HABITAT FOR HUMANS"

Whitney Dotson with the North Richmond Shoreline Open Space Alliance works to address the issue of access to open space for all people.

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====>Click to hear "SOUTH BAY SALT POND RESTORATION PROJECT"

Steve Ritchie talks about the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project, the largest tidal wetland restoration project on the west coast of the United States.

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====>Click to hear "RESTORING THE LUNGS OF SAN FRANCISCO BAY"

Steve Ritchie with the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project describes why the former salt ponds in San Francisco Bay are being restored to their natural state.

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====>Click to hear "WILDLIFE CORRIDORS"

Eileen McLaughlin with Wildlife Stewards talks about the importance of linking different habitats together with wetland restoration design for the benefit of wildlife.

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====>"VOLUNTEERS AND THE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE SYSTEM"

Eileen McLaughlin with Wildlife Stewards on the importance of volunteers to the success of the National Wildlife Refuge System.

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====>Click to hear "HISTORY OF WETLANDS"

Christy Smith with the San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge explains why now is the time to acquire diked and levied wetlands and restore them back to their natural state.

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====>Click to hear "BENEFITS OF RESTORING WETLANDS"

Marge Kolar with the US Fish & Wildlife Service and Ellie Cohen with PRBO Conservation Science talk about the many efforts under way to restore the Nation's historic wetlands and the reasons for doing so.

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====>Click to hear "HABITAT JOINT VENTURES"

Beth Hunning, coordinator of the San Francisco Bay Joint Venture, talks about these public-private partnerships and their role in protecting waterfowl, wetlands, riparian habitats and migratory birds.

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====>Click to hear "SAN FRANCISCO BAY JOINT VENTURE"

More from Beth Hunning about the San Francisco Bay Joint Venture's mission of preserving and restoring wetland habitats in the San Francisco Bay Region.

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====>Click to hear "VOLUNTEERS AND WETLANDS RESTORATION"

Jerry Kay introduces Susan Schwartz, president of Friends of Five Creeks, who talks about volunteering on wetlands restoration projects.

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====>Click to hear "WEEDING CAN BE FUN"

Susan Schwartz, president of Friends of Five Creeks, talks more about volunteering on wetlands restoration which she describes as weaving green threads into the urban fabric.

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