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.
The Gulf of Mexico Alliance announced they have recently received a 2021 Climate Adaptation Leadership Award from the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. This national award recognizes exceptional leadership in advancing adaptation of natural resources in a changing world.
The abstract submission for GoMCon has been extended to November 30, 2021. Themes include: resilience; living resources; climate impacts; habitat management and restoration; science communication; water and sediment management; and more.
The Gulf of Mexico Alliance has released the Governors’ Action Plan IV for Healthy and Resilient Coasts, signed by the governors of all five Gulf states: Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas.
We know our partners were instrumental in the development of GOMA’s new Governors’ Action Plan IV for Healthy and Resilient Coasts. Help us amplify the launch of our new action plan and highlight your role in making it happen!