Macondo restoration project tracker available

Offshore staff

OCEAN SPRINGS, Mississippi – The Gulf of Mexico Alliance has opened a Website that maps oil spill restoration projects.

The Deepwater Horizon Project Tracker breaks out environmental, economic, and science/research projects. It displays the who, what, when, where, and why of a project. Each project snapshot includes a description, contact, and link to access more technical information.

The Tracker development team works with the groups funding projects related to the oil spill with the aim of helping plan projects, enhance collaboration, and track and assess programs.

Currently, the DWH Project Tracker contains early funded projects from: Natural Resource Damage Assessment; National Fish and Wildlife Foundation: North American Wetlands Conservation Act; Louisiana Berms to Barriers, MOEX, and the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative.


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