Test Your Salt Marsh Smarts

Find out how much you really know about this vital coastal ecosystem

Feb. 2 was World Wetlands Day.

March 1 is World Seagrass Day, and all of March is Seagrass Awareness Month.

And the International Day for the Conservation of the Mangrove Ecosystem—what a mouthful!—is July 26.

But no single awareness day pays homage especially to salt marsh, a coastal ecosystem like seagrass and mangrove forests that nations around the world and coastal U.S. states increasingly acknowledge needs protection.

That’s why The Pew Charitable Trusts is showcasing salt marsh this year for Wetlands Month. Take our quiz and find out how your salt marsh smarts shake out.

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