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The Ecological Assessment of estuarine tidal marsh uses existing digital geospatial data to assess three basic themes as they relate to desired ecological states for the system: How much of the ecological system is in the desired ecological state? How much more is needed? Where is the system already in the desired ecological state and where are opportunities to manage for these conditions? This information will provide a vital foundation to aid Gulf Coast conservation practitioners in making…
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The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) is soliciting proposals to support conservation projects that enhance coastal habitats of the Gulf of Mexico and bolster priority fish and wildlife populations, while strengthening resilience within the coastal region. The Gulf Coast Conservation Grants Program (GCCGP) supports priority conservation needs of the Gulf that are not otherwise expected to be funded under NFWF’s Gulf Environmental Benefit Fund or other funding opportunities…

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The next installment of the GCPO LCC Ecological Assessment project is soon to be out for review.  Draft 1 of the assessment of estuarine tidal marsh along the GCPO Gulf Coast is currently wrapping up and in a matter of weeks will undergo a series of reviews by LCC staff and coastal marsh experts in the GCPO partnership.…

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