Become part of the solution

Everyone should have the opportunity to actively contribute to being a part of the solution to the climate crisis. With Mission to Marsh, we want to provide you a way out of powerlessness, creating a social structure: Together, we can make it happen!
Wetland sponsorships

Wetland sponsorships

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Wetland sponsorships are a direct contribution to conservation
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You protect a clearly defined wetland area of your choice


You will receive a certificate as a thank you for your valuable wetland protection
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Wetlands protected by sponsorships


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How exactly is a wetland restored?

Many wetlands have been drained over decades. Therefore, a central element of restoration is to close or divert drainage channels in order to restore the original water level. At the same time, so-called decussulation takes place.

This involves the removal of trees and shrubs that have spread across the drained areas. This creates space for the original wetland plants, which are then selectively reintroduced.

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Drainage channels
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How will my sponsorship contribution be used?

As a wetland sponsor, you make a decisive contribution to saving and protecting valuable wetland landscapes. This commitment enables us to support restoration projects directly on site. This means that degraded wetlands are restored and returned to their natural state.

Our scientific expertise helps us to develop and implement the most effective protective measures. Your support also helps to inform the general public about the importance of wetlands.

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Restoration projects
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How can I track the progress of my sponsorship?

Transparency is very important to us. That’s why we want our sponsors to know exactly how your contributions are used and what difference they make. For this reason, you will receive regular reports from us on the progress of the wetland projects we support.

We also invite you to special events or guided tours. Here you have the opportunity to experience the projects up close and get an idea of the work on site.

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Exclusive invitations
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Regular updates

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Tell us how many square meters of wetlands you want to protect, choose the right payment method and you can become a sponsor.
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get to know them better?

If you would like to find out more about wetlands for the time being, please take a look at our campaigns. We regularly organize restoration campaigns or wetlands tours.

wetland restoration

Pack your rubber boots and experience wetlands with us. Together, we are literally taking climate and environmental protection into our own hands.
Book wetland restoration Read the latest action report

Wetland tours

Experience the magic of the wetlands with us. Guided tours with wetland experts that make the wonderful wetland ecosystem more tangible than ever before.
Book a wetland tour Read wetland tour diary
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Wetlands protect our climate

Want to learn more about the amazing world of wetlands? We’ll tell you what impressive superpowers they have.

Water reservoir

Wetlands store water like a sponge and protect us not only from floods and high water, but also from droughts.

CO2 sink

Wetlands store up to four times more CO2 than forests and are therefore our best chance to slow down climate change.
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The unique habitat of wetlands provides a home for many endangered creatures such as insects, birds and amphibians.

Water filter

Wetlands act as natural water filters, removing excess nutrients and toxins, thus ensuring groundwater and clear waters.

What would you like to do for our wetlands?

If you would like to find out more about wetlands for the time being, please take a look at our campaigns. We regularly organize restoration campaigns or wetlands tours.