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CONCLUSION

Participating in any of the above mentioned activities will help improve the status of Illinois' wetlands. Undertaking a restoration project and participating in the regulatory process are two of the most effective ways to improve the status of these valuable resources. There are also a number of activities not mentioned here that have a positive effect on wetlands. Individuals wishing to participate in or learn more about these or any program discussed in this chapter should contact the appropriate agency or private conservation group.

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