Wetlands have always been important to our surrounding environment, but have become especially important in the state of Wisconsin in recent years with the spreading of developments.  A wetland delineation must be conducted by a wetland scientist.  To delineate the wetlands, a wetland scientist will use flagging tape or flags to mark the boundary line.  This boundary line is then located by the land surveyor and plotted on a boundary survey or site plan.  Should a proposed development impact any wetland area, a permit may be needed from federal, state, or local authorities.  Land Tech has completed numerous projects that include the surveying and mapping of wetlands and wetland areas.