Coastal Expo 2012
June 9, 2012 • Galveston, TX
One Hope Boulevard, Galveston, TX 77554
Sponsor and Exhibitor Information available in right sidebar.
Coastal Expo 2011
June 18, 2011 • Galveston, Texas
Warm breezes greeted thousands who came to Coastal Expo 2011 at Moody Gardens to learn ways to care for and enjoy the Texas Coast. Check out photos to see the fun, from snakes to sand castles, that made Coastal Expo a day to remember. Thank you to the many families who came and shared their time as we all work to care for the Texas Coast.
Coastal Expo 2011 Sponsors
Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries, Coastal Expo Founding Sponsor • America’s Wetlands Foundation • CCA • Crowder Gulf • Shaw • Houston 103.7 • Apollo Environmental • Coast & Harbor Engineering • HNTB
Coastal Expo 2011 Exhibitors
Adopt-A-Beach • ASBPA • Armand Bayou Nature Center • Artist Boat • Bay Watch Dolphin Tours • Baytown Nature Center • Beach Watch • Conrad Blucher Institute for Surveying and Science/TCOON • Eddie V. Gray Wetlands Education Center • Fish Flops • Fred Mallet Sand Castle Builder • Friends of Galveston Island State Park • Galveston Bay Foundation • Galveston Island Nature Tourism Council • Green Mountain Energy • Houston Audubon • Houston Galveston Area Council • Moody Gardens • Sea Camp – Texas A & M University Galveston • Sea Grant • Sea Turtle Restoration Project/HEART • TCEQ - Take Care of Texas • Texas Dept. of Agriculture Shrimp Marketing Program • Texas General Land Office Coastal Resources • Texas General Land Office Oil Spill Prevention & Response • Texas General Land Office Renewable Energy • Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network • Texas Marine Science Institute • Texas Parks and Wildlife Operation Game Thief • Texas Snakes & More • Texas Wildlife Association • U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, Galveston • U.S. Coast Guard
Coastal Expo 2010
July 24, 2010 • Corpus Christi, Texas
Attended by an estimated 6,000 people, Coastal Expo 2010 was held July 24 on the lawn of the Texas State Aquarium in Corpus Christi.
Founding sponsors included AEP Texas and Coastal Bend Bays and Estuaries Program as well as local radio station K99-FM.