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Restoration of multiple wetlands in the Magnolia Beach

Summary

Texas AgriLife Research will create a construction and financing plan for restoration in the interconnected wetlands in Calhoun County, Texas. A large expanse of degraded wetlands stretches from Magnolia Beach to Indianola in Calhoun County. The wetlands are hydrologically-connected, yet suffer due to a lack of tidal flow at various points in the tidal channel network. The wetlands extend across multiple properties, agencies, and jurisdictions, and thus restoration will require a concerted effort that involves all of the parties.

Basics

Calhoun

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$96,024.00

Classification

CMP 306

Coastal Natural Hazards Response

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Commencement of work on this project is contingent upon approval from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Funding Sources

Source 1

Active

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Coastal Management Program (CMP)

Primary

Federal

$57,630.00

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Source 2

Active

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Texas AgriLife Research

Secondary

State

$38,394.00

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Contacts

Texas AgriLife Research
Rusty Feagin
Associate Professor
1500 Research Pkwy., Ste. B223
College Station, Texas 77845
979.862.2612
Email

General Land Office
Coastal Resources
800.998.4456
512.475.0773