Across the U.S., coastal wetlands are experiencing crucial losses.
Coastal wetlands include freshwater and saltwater wetlands that can actually spread for miles beyond the coast into inland areas. These wetlands are critical to the wellbeing of the environment and the people who live near them. Wetlands play a significant role in protecting upland areas from flooding, filtering water before it reaches the ocean, providing habitats for threatened and endangered species, and preventing coastline erosion.
With rising sea levels, storms, and urban and rural development, maintaining and protecting our coastal wetlands is critical to maintaining the environment. SWCA’s restoration experts can help.
Why Choose SWCA?
- Tidal Marsh Habitat Assessments
- Threatened, Endangered, and Sensitive Species Habitat Surveys
- Presence/Absence Surveys
- Coastal Mitigation Banking
- Dune Restoration
- Permittee Responsible Mitigation Planning
- Ecological Restoration Planning, Engineering, Design, Implementation, and Construction Oversight
- Sea Grass and Oyster Habitat Evaluation
- Coastal and Marine Fisheries
- NEPA Assessment for Project Implementation