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Wetland professionals that are being impacted or displaced by human conflicts can contact their regional Chapter
for assistance in obtaining professional support or networking with SWS members in other countries.


Society of Wetland Scientists

(Photo of Sian Ka’an Mangroves. UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mexico. Captured by Philip Jessup)

(Photo of Steens Mountains and Wildhorse Lake. SE Oregon, USA. Captured July 8, 2016 by Dan Cary)

(Photo of High Desert Oasis, Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Wyoming USA. July 2016. P. DuBowy)

SWS supports our members in their efforts to promote understanding, conservation, protection, restoration, science-based management and sustainability of wetlands.

Featured News

MARSH is Coming! Learn More about the new Mentorship Assisted Resource & Support Hub

July 18, 2022

A new, one-year mentoring program for students, early career professionals, and people transitioning between careers to network, gain experience, and…

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Meet the New President and President-Elect of SWS

July 11, 2022

In May during the SWS Annual Meeting at JASM 2022, we welcomed Bill Kleindl as President of SWS along with…

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A Successful JASM 2022 Conference!

June 13, 2022

Last month, the Consortium of Aquatic Science Societies (CASS) and environmental and wetland professionals from all over came together in…

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Mark Your Calendar

Visit our events calendar for the most up-to-date wetland events.

Annual Meeting

Mark your calendars for the Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting (JASM) in Grand Rapids, Michigan, May 16-20, 2022.

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Monthly webinars are offered as a benefit of SWS membership. Webinars are open to non-members quarterly. Free Spanish webinars are also offered quarterly.

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Upcoming Events

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