Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council has released the draft Initial Funded Priorities List

The Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council (Council) has released the draft Initial Funded Priorities List (draft FPL). Using funds from the settlement with Transocean Deepwater Inc., the Council is seeking to provide near-term, on-the-ground ecosystem benefits, while also conducting planning activities designed to build a foundation for future success as additional funds become available from other parties. 

Draft Initial Funded Priorities List 

Draft Initial FPL Story Map(link is external) 

The Public is encoraged to provide comments online here(link is external) (preferred method); by mail to Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council. Attention: Draft FPL Comments, Hale Boggs Federal Building, 500 Poydras Street, Suite 1117, New Orleans, LA 70130; email to draftfplcomments@restorethegulf.gov(link sends e-mail); or in person during formal public comment periods at any of the public meetings.

Fact Sheets

Mobile Bay, AL Watershed/Estuary
Coastal Alabama Comprehensive Watershed Restoration Planning Project 
Alabama Living Shorelines Program
Comprehensive Living Shoreline Monitoring 
Alabama Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Restoration & Monitoring Program
Marsh Restoration in Fish River, Weeks Bay, Oyster Bay & Meadows Tract 
Mobile Bay National Estuary Program 
Upper Mobile Bay Beneficial Use Wetland Creation Site 
Enhancing Opportunities for Beneficial Use of Dredged Sediments 

Click here to view the remaining Draft Initial Funded Priorities List

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