Celebrate with us as we explore the connection between coastal resources and the benefits to people. #WhattheGulfGives
New theme maps for living shoreline site suitability models, restoration, and regional sediment management are now available.
GOMA is excited to introduce Seneca Holland, our new Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Fellow.
The Gulf of Mexico Alliance is pleased to announce a new partnership with CITGO as they become the most recent organization to join the Alliance’s Gulf Star Program. Funding will support work in Galveston Bay, TX to improve conservation for diamondback terrapins.
Our most recent story in The New Orleans 100 is focused on the launch of GOMA’s new Governors’ Action Plan.
Dave Reed (GOMA) and Caitlin Young (RESTORE Science Program) co-chaired a hybrid session focused on natural resource management.
Learn more about gulf fiddler crabs in our “Get to Know the Gulf” feature in the December 2021 issue of South Mississippi Living.
The conference will take place at the Raising Cane River Center in Baton Rouge, LA April 25-28, 2022. Registration is $250, a rate that reflects our intention to have inclusive participation from academic, community, and natural resource management audiences.
GOMA’s Education & Engagement Team has a new Gulf Star project to reduce single-use plastics in 13 south Louisiana schools.
Check out our recent story in The New Orleans 100 as part of their “Bettering Our Community” special issue.