Wetlands are critically important habitats for many species of plants and animals. Not only do frogs, toads and salamanders reproduce in wetlands, but birds and mammals are drawn to wetlands for water, food, cooler microclimates and cover. Despite their importance, many of these relatively rare and historic ecosystems have been altered, drained or filled in to be developed for agriculture, industry, commercial and residential needs. A number of wetland-focused projects have been undertaken by the Splitrock Environmental team: working alongside landowners to identify, survey and map wetlands on private land; hosting education workshops alongside wetland specialists Tom Biebighauser and the B.C. Wildlife Federation; and using Environment and Climate Change Canada grants to conduct outreach, map wetlands, develop restoration programs and survey habitats for amphibians. Other projects include leading the construction of a small wetland at Lillooet Secondary School, building a wetland complex in partnership with the P’egp’ig’lha Council and T’it’q’et community and restoring a wetland on Bluehill alongside the Sekw’el’was community. Splitrock Environmental continues to seek out opportunities for protecting, enhancing and restoring wetland habitat in the region.