Find out more about wetlands
You can learn about and get involved in protecting wetlands in a host of ways from volunteering with community groups, water quality monitoring, revegetation, or raising community awareness of the value of wetlands.
- Visit a wetland to learn first-hand about a wetland environment.
- Learn more about wetlands and what they do for people, rivers and catchments by visiting a range of wetland websites (see below) or visit your local library/bookshop.
- Join a local community or conservation group with an interest in wetland rehabilitation.
- Become a volunteer to help rehabilitate local wetlands.
- Encourage friends and family to get involved.
- Support changes to restore our wetlands and rivers.
- Investigate the possibility of developing a conservation agreement for wetlands on your property.
Wetland resources on the internet
Water Information Systems for the Environment (WISE)
WISE is a collection of databases, each containing comprehensive bibliographies of water information connected to different parts of a specific catchment. It helps communities, natural resource managers and policy-makers find the best information to manage our rivers and wetlands.Water for Life
Visit this NSW Government website, which contains comprehensive information about the state of our water supply, where it comes from, and how together we can secure our water for life.Other wetland organisations and resourcesGet links to a range of wetland websites.
Wetland publications on this website
This website contains a variety of publications related to wetlands. Download them here.
Page last updated: 20 March 2012