Why are wetlands important?
Wetlands are protected by federal, state, and local laws. They provide flood control, water cleansing/filtration, and bird habitat. Any building projects in wetland areas are regulated by the Army Corps of Engineers.
What we do:
WCWT trains professionals to make wetland determinations and delineations. Our courses prepare professionals to complete required Army Corps of Engineers forms so that they may be submitted on behalf of clients.
Who is this course for?
What sets us apart:
The owner of WCWT, Cheryl Balderrama, has been a wetland biologist for more than 20 years. She teaches most of the courses. All of our course instructors are environmental scientists and environmental consultants who have a minimum of 7 years field experience delineating wetlands. They have experience with a broad range of wetland types and delineation scenarios on the west coast and beyond and have extensive teaching experience.