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GOMA in NOLA100: Explore the wonder of wetlands

May is American Wetlands Month. It’s a great time to enjoy our coastal marshes by kayak, boat or on a nature walk.

Gulf of Mexico Alliance Recognized for Key Partnership Roles with EPA Gulf Guardian Awards

Gulf Guardian awards efforts to keep the Gulf healthy, beautiful and productive.

Louisiana Gov. Edwards welcomes participants to Gulf of Mexico Conference

#GOMCON fosters collaboration on coastal research and management in the Gulf of Mexico.

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GOMA in NOLA 100: Celebrate Earth Day and our connection to the Gulf

As we recognize Earth Day this month, celebrate nature with the Gulf of Mexico Alliance by discovering “What the Gulf Gives” on Facebook and Instagram.

GOMA in South MS Living: What The Gulf Gives: Benefits Of Seagrass

Learn more about the “Benefits of Seagrass” in our featured article in the April 2022 issue of South Mississippi Living.

Help the Marine Debris Cross-Team identify removal incentives

Help GOMA’s Marine Debris Cross-Team Initiative learn about marine debris and litter removal incentives.

New sediment resource tool for coastal project managers coming soon

Join us for a Northern Gulf Sediment Availability and Allocation Program tool training April 20.

Gulf Star project focused on marine debris education begins in Tampa Bay

The Florida Aquarium recently hosted staff from GOMA and our Gulf Star partner, Motiva Enterprises, to kick off a new project focused on marine debris education.

Public-private partnership makes positive impact on coastal ecosystems and economies

Gulf of Mexico Alliance Announces Gulf Star Projects for 2022

GOMA in NOLA 100: Gulf leadership conference sets stage for inter-industry collaborations

The Gulf of Mexico Alliance is excited to announce the Gulf of Mexico Conference (GoMCon) April 25-28 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Celebrate “What the Gulf Gives” with us on social

Celebrate with us as we explore the connection between coastal resources and the benefits to people. #WhattheGulfGives

New Theme Maps added to GoMOD

New theme maps for living shoreline site suitability models, restoration, and regional sediment management are now available.

GOMA welcomes new DEI Fellow

GOMA is excited to introduce Seneca Holland, our new Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Fellow.

GOMA in NOLA 100: New partnership offers hope for diamondback terrapins

Our most recent story in The New Orleans 100 is focused on the newest member of the Gulf Star Program

GOMA in South MS Living: Make a Positive Change

Learn more about how you can “Make a Positive Change for the Gulf of Mexico” in our feature in the February 2022 issue of South Mississippi Living.

GOMA accepting nominations for Business Advisory Council

GOMA invites representatives from industries operating in and around the Gulf of Mexico to join our Business Advisory Council.

GOMA welcomes new Communication Manager

The Gulf of Mexico Alliance is pleased to welcome Amanda Nalley as our new Communication Manager.

2021 Gulf Star Program report is now available

GOMA’s 2021 Gulf Star Program report is now available! This report highlights our ongoing support for projects that focus on healthy habitats, wildlife, fisheries, and resilient coastal communities.

CITGO Joins Gulf Star Program

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.

GOMA in NOLA 100: Governors’ Action Plan

Our most recent story in The New Orleans 100 is focused on the launch of GOMA’s new Governors’ Action Plan.

GOMA in South MS Living: Gulf Fiddler Crab

Learn more about gulf fiddler crabs in our “Get to Know the Gulf” feature in the December 2021 issue of South Mississippi Living.

New Gulf Star project focuses on south Louisiana schools

GOMA’s Education & Engagement Team has a new Gulf Star project to reduce single-use plastics in 13 south Louisiana schools.

Alliance Receives National Leadership Award for Resilience & Conservation Partnership

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.

Alliance Releases Governors’ Action Plan IV for Healthy and Resilient Coasts

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.

Alliance invites partners to share Action Plan IV launch with our social media toolkit

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!

New Gulf Star project supports diamondback terrapin outreach

The GOMA Wildlife and Fisheries Team has a new Gulf Star project supporting diamondback terrapin education and outreach along the upper Texas coast.

Gulf Star project provides valuable insights on economic impact of Florida HABs

In 2020, the GOMA Water Resources Team worked with economists from the Balmoral Group to understand the financial effects of the 2017-2019 Florida harmful algal bloom (HAB) event.

Updated and expanded Coastal Community Resilience Index now available

The GOMA Coastal Resilience Team and Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium have released a newly updated and expanded version of the Coastal Community Resilience Index (CRI) self-assessment tool.

Motiva Enterprises LLC Joins Gulf Star Program

The Gulf of Mexico Alliance encourages all Gulf Coast residents to get ready for the upcoming hurricane season.