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​Gulf Environmental Benefit Fund Projects

Following consultation with state and federal resource agencies, NFWF has awarded funding from the Gulf Environmental Benefit Fund to the projects listed below. To date, nearly  $1 billion has been awarded for the following new projects designed to protect, restore and enhance natural and living resources across the Gulf Coast.


Previously Awarded GEBF Projects in Alabama


Enhanced Assessment for Recovery of Gulf of Mexico Fisheries - Phase V (2017 - new)

Previously Awarded GEBF Projects in Florida


East Timbalier Island: Engineering & Design - Amendment (2017 - new)

Previously Awarded GEBF Projects in Louisiana



Galveston Island State Park Marsh Restoration & Protection - Phase III (2017 - new)  

Follets Island land Acquisition and Conservation Program - Phase II (2017 - new)

Hydrological Restoration of Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge Wetlands - Phase I (2017 - new)

Carancahua Bay Habitat Preservation and Enhancement (2017 - new)

Bahia Grande Coastal Corridor - Holly Beach tract Acquisition (2017 - new)

Restoring Colonial Waterbirds on the Texas Coast (2017 - new)

Beach-nesting and Wintering Bird Protection and Habitat Stewardship (2017 - new)

Restoration of JD Murphree WMA Water Management Infrastructure (2017 - new)

Repaire ARK Wildlife Rescue Facility (2017 - new)

Previously Awarded GEBF Projects in Texas


Learn more about NFWF's Gulf Environmental Benefit Fund.

Click on the map below to learn how the Fund works in each of the Gulf states.


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