The Journeys of Migratory Species in the Gulf of Mexico

The Journeys of Migratory Species in the Gulf of Mexico

The Regional Marine Planning app, hosted within the new Blueways Conservation decision support tool, was launched to map the endangered species’ migratory corridors within the boundaries of United States and Mexican offshore energy planning boundaries. The tool can be used to minimize impact of offshore activity in the Gulf on important migratory species.

Protecting Open Space & Ourselves

Protecting Open Space & Ourselves

Preserving open space can provide social, economic and environmental benefits. The recently released Protecting Open Space & Ourselves report, led by The Nature Conservancy and Texas A&M University, highlights the role that open space can play in reducing...
Kickstarting Recovery in Alabama

Kickstarting Recovery in Alabama

Partnership aims to restore 100 miles of oyster reef to protect 1,000 acres of seagrass and marsh THE 100-1000: RESTORE COASTAL ALABAMA PROJECT In the wake of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, four leading conservation organizations — Alabama Coastal Foundation, Mobile...