Restoring wetlands to their natural state provides water filtration and habitats for a large array of animals and insects. Removal of a threat or preventing the decline of wetland conditions is essential to ecological integrity.
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Wetlands act as natural buffers by reducing the frequency and intensity of floods, soaking up and storing floodwater. Restoration removes any threats and re-establishes the natural state of wetlands so they can continue to provide water filtration and habitat for a large array of animals and insects.