Online Resources – Marsh Restoration

Topic Key

Green Infrastructure

History & Science

Locally Focused


Wetlands Concepts

Interactive Tools

Google Earth

"Google Earth is a computer program that renders a 3D representation of Earth based primarily on satellite imagery."

Note: Historical imagery on Google Earth is only available on the (free) desktop version.

Source: Google

Master Plan Data Viewer

"This viewer displays the results from CPRA’s 2017 Coastal Master Plan and provides resources to reduce risk. Information includes: future land change, storm surge flood risk, coastal vegetation, and social vulnerability. Also included are the state’s proposed restoration, structural protection, and nonstructural risk reduction projects to help make communities safer. This information is for coastal planning purposes, and is not appropriate for site-specific decision making."

Source: CPRA

Wetlands Mapper

"The Wetlands mapper is designed to deliver easy-to-use, map like views of America’s Wetland resources. It integrates digital map data along with other resource information to produce current information on the status, extent, characteristics and functions of wetlands, riparian, and deepwater habitats. The Wetland Mapper fulfills the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s strategic plan for the development, revision and dissemination of wetlands data and information to resource managers and the public. This information is intended  to promote the understanding and conservation of wetland resources through discovery and education as well as to aid in resource management, research and decision making."

For instructions on how to use this tool, click here.

Source: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Useful Websites

CWPPRA Maps Portal

This site provides the user with downloadable aerial photography, maps, land change, and hurricane information for Louisiana.

Source: CWPPRA

Community Science Projects

Tree Planting

Volunteer with the Pontchartrain Conservancy on marsh and swamp restoration projects in Southeastern Louisiana!

Source: Pontchartrain Conservancy