Wetland Resources: Kansas

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Wetland Resources: Kansas

Kansas once was covered by an estimated 841,000 acres of wetlands; of that area about 435,400 acres, or 0.8 percent of the state's area, remain. Wetlands in Kansas represent some of the last aquatic areas available for wildlife and plants.

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is the principal federal agency tasked with providing information to the public on the extent and status of the nation’s wetland and deepwater habitats, as well as changes to these habitats over time.
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FWS and DOI Region(s)