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Up to $60,000 is available for a green design infrastructure project in the Texas Coastal Bend as a project of our Integrated Planning Cross-team.

The deadline to apply is Dec. 15, 2023.

Green design and infrastructure practices such as rain gardens, living shorelines, marsh plantings, and pervious paving are a cost-effective way to help communities improve resilience and manage stormwater. Benefits can include: reduced flooding; storm protection; cleaner water; and increased habitat for wildlife.

This project will increase the ability of Gulf Coast communities to improve their resilience and reduce water pollution by adopting innovative green design/infrastructure practices. Specifically, GOMA’s Integrated Planning
Cross-Team Initiative seeks to fund a project that will implement a green infrastructure project in a community located in one of the following areas: Refugio, Aransas, San Patricio, Nueces, Kleberg, or Kenedy counties in Texas (Corpus Christi and surrounding areas)

This opportunity is made possible through the Gulf Star Program.

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