A six-part series — Low Lands, High Stakes — explores challenges and opportunities facing the wetland environment in Galveston County in context of historic flooding, sea rise associated with climate change, a booming population and threatened withdrawal of wetlands protections by the federal government.

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Jarvis Buckley

Thank you for this series regarding our wetlands . It is sad to see money
destroy our natural wetlands. Education is so important regarding
saving our wetlands. Many good intentioned people really don't know
what wetlands are & what purpose they serve. Look forward to reading this series .

LouAnn Nichols

Agreed

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