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Goose Island Marsh Restoration in Aransas BayHighlight
Texas Parks & Wildlife Department will restore wetland habitats that are integral parts of the Texas gulf coast and the Aransas Bay estuarine ecosystems. ...(more)
Region/County: Aransas
Funding Source: Coastal Management Program (CMP), Texas Parks & Wildlife Department
Recipient: Texas Parks & Wildlife Department

Coastal Erosion Planning and Response Act (CEPRA) Economic Benefit StudyHighlight
Study and evaluation of the economic and natural resources benefits of selected CEPRA projects. ...(more)
Region/County: Coast Wide
Funding Source: Coastal Erosion Planning and Response Act (CEPRA)

Dickinson Bayou Wetland Restoration (08) Highlight
Restore approximately 17.7 acres of wetlands within Dickinson Bayou in Galveston, Texas. ...(more)
Region/County: Galveston
Funding Source: Coastal Erosion Planning and Response Act (CEPRA), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Recipient: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Bird Island Cove Marsh Restoration ProjectHighlight
Construct 70 acres of estuarine marsh complex with a protective 4,000 foot breakwater. ...(more)
Region/County: Galveston
Funding Source: Coastal Erosion Planning and Response Act (CEPRA), Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD)

Earth Day Bay Day Celebration 2014Highlight
Coastal Bend Bays Foundation will host the 2014 Earth Day Bay Day Celebration ...(more)
Region/County: Lower Coast
Funding Source: Coastal Management Program (CMP), Coastal Bend Bays Foundation

Shoreline Change and Beach/Dune Morphodynamics Along the Gulf CoastHighlight
This University of Texas at Austin Bureau of Economic Geology project will provide data, maps and analyses that are needed to plan the future of the shoreline. State-of-the-art LIDAR ...(more)
Region/County: Coast Wide
Funding Source: Coastal Impact Assistance Program (CIAP), Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences
Recipient: Universtity of Texas at Austin - Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences

Sediment Management Strategies For Accreting Gulf Beaches In Urban Areas City Of Port AransasHighlight
Beach maintenance activities within the city and the potential impact of those activities on the beach and dune system ...(more)
Region/County: Aransas
Funding Source: Coastal Management Program (CMP)
Recipient: Texas General Land Office

Galveston Seawall Renourishment with Beneficial Use of Dredge MaterialHighlight
To address erosion on the Galveston Seawall ...(more)
Region/County: Galveston
Funding Source: Coastal Erosion Planning and Response Act (CEPRA), City of Galveston Park Board, United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
Recipient: City of Galveston Park Board

Indian Point Shoreline Stabilization & Habitat ProtectionHighlight
Construct offshore breakwaters to provide shoreline protection. ...(more)
Region/County: Nueces, San Patricio
Funding Source: Coastal Erosion Planning and Response Act (CEPRA), City of Portland

Erosion Protection & Habitat Enhancement in Old River CoveHighlight
A Breakwater structure for aquatic organisms and repairs to minimize the risk of erosion levees. ...(more)
Region/County: Orange
Funding Source: Coastal Impact Assistance Program (CIAP)
Recipient: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Coastal Prairie RestorationHighlight
Friends of Galveston Island State Park will mow Chinese tallow in the park after treatment of the trees with a hormone inhibitor herbicide in order to destroy the non-native, invasive ...(more)
Region/County: Galveston
Funding Source: Coastal Management Program (CMP), Friends of Galveston Island State Park
Recipient: Friends of Galveston Island State Park

Mission Lake RestorationHighlight
Texas R.I.C.E. will eradicate more than 200 acres of invasive water hyacinth from Mission Lake of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Guadalupe Delta Wildlife Management Area. ...(more)
Region/County: Calhoun
Funding Source: Coastal Management Program (CMP), Texas R.I.C.E., Texas R.I.C.E.
Recipient: Texas R.I.C.E.

Brazilian Peppertree Treatment and Control on Galveston IslandHighlight
The Galveston Bay Foundation will implement the second year of a minimum three-year chemical treatment regime for highly invasive Brazilian peppertrees on Galveston Island. As the plant is predominantly contained ...(more)
Region/County: Galveston
Funding Source: Coastal Management Program (CMP), Galveston Bay Foundation
Recipient: Galveston Bay Foundation

Brazilian Peppertree Treatment and Control on Galveston IslandHighlight
The Galveston Bay Foundation will implement an outreach campaign in an effort to raise public awareness of the threat that invasive species—particularly Brazilian peppertrees—have on native coastal habitats. ...(more)
Region/County: Galveston
Funding Source: Coastal Management Program (CMP), Galveston Bay Foundation
Recipient: Galveston Bay Foundation

Texas Refuge's Invasive Species ControlHighlight
Project to control the spread of noxious and invasive species on the Aransas Wildlife Refuge and the Peach Point Wildlife Management Area. ...(more)
Region/County: Brazoria
Funding Source: Coastal Management Program (CMP), Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority
Recipient: Texas R.I.C.E.

McAllis Point Estuarine Habitat RestorationHighlight
In September of 2009, the GLO received an Estuary Restoration Act grant through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for approximately $915,000 to restore approximately 75 acres of inter-tidal ...(more)
Region/County: Galveston
Funding Source: Coastal Erosion Planning and Response Act (CEPRA), Estuary Restoration Act (ERA), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

Restoration of Cedar Bayou/Vincent SloughHighlight
Project to conduct a hydraulic analysis to determine the best alternative for maintaining Cedar Bayou as an open pass. ...(more)
Region/County: Aransas
Funding Source: Coastal Management Program (CMP), Save Cedar Bayou, Inc.
Recipient: Save Cedar Bayou, Inc.

Coastal Prairie and Wetland Habitat Enhancement in Galveston BayHighlight
Project to enhance and restore a freshwater wetland, riparian forest, coastal flatwood, and coastal prairie areas within Clear Creek Nature Park and to develop interpretive educational materials and programs. ...(more)
Region/County: Galveston
Funding Source: Coastal Management Program (CMP), Texas Commission on Environmental Quality-Galveston Bay Estuary Program
Recipient: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality-Galveston Bay Estuary Program

Mad Island WMA Prairie and Wetland RestorationHighlight
Texas RICE constructed an approximately 35-acre wetland and restored 30 acres of abandoned farmland into native prairie on the Mad Island Wildlife Management Area, which provides significant value to wildlife ...(more)
Region/County: Matagorda
Funding Source: Coastal Management Program (CMP), Texas RICE, Texas RICE, Texas RICE
Recipient: Texas RICE

Science-Based Monitoring of Created Wetlands and Restored Habitat within the Galveston Bay SystemHighlight
The University of Houston-Clear Lake, in partnership with the Galveston Bay Foundation, will monitor habitat restoration sites within the Galveston Bay system to look at the impact of restoration on ...(more)
Region/County: Upper Coast
Funding Source: Coastal Management Program (CMP), University of Houston at Clearlake, University of Houston at Clearlake, University of Houston at Clearlake, University of Houston at Clearlake
Recipient: University of Houston at Clearlake

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