The Open Ocean Trustee Implementation Group (TIG) is implementing a project to help restore pelagic fish in the Gulf. This project will benefit the Gulf of Mexico in the short- and long-term and will compensate for impacts from the spill.
The Florida Trustee Implementation Group (TIG) is inviting the public to submit project ideas for restoration in Florida.
We are accepting ideas for the following restoration types:
The Mississippi Trustee Implementation Group (MS TIG) will hold its first annual public meeting on November 15, 2016, in Biloxi, Mississippi. The meeting will be held in conjunction with the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality’s (MDEQ's) Restoration Summit. During the Restoration Summit, representatives from the MS TIG will provide an update on our restoration planning efforts and will be available to answer questions during the Restoration Summit’s open house. We look forward to seeing the public at this meeting.
The Mississippi Trustee Implementation Group has initiated drafting its 2016-2017 Restoration Plan/Environmental Assessment. This is its first restoration plan to begin addressing natural resource injuries from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. It will be drafted consistent with programmatic restoration plan.
The Swift Tract Living Shoreline project in Alabama is now under construction!
The Louisiana Trustee Implementation Group has released its first restoration plan to address natural resource injuries from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. The plan is consistent with the Trustees’ programmatic restoration plan.
The Trustees held their first public meeting on Gulf restoration efforts since the settlement with BP in New Orleans, Louisiana. The information presented at the meeting is now available online.
Các Ủy viên sẽ tổ chức một buổi họp công chúng vào ngày 28 tháng 9 năm 2016 ở New Orleans, Louisiana. Chúng tôi sẽ cập nhật về công việc của mình kể từ vụ dàn xếp lịch sử với BP, và mô tả những hoạt động lập kế hoạch phục hồi cũng như cơ hội để công chúng tham gia.
The Trustees will hold a public meeting on September 28, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana. We will provide an update on our work since the historic settlement with BP, and describe restoration planning activities and opportunities for public engagement.