• GOMA 10-Year Report

    This 10-year report (2004-2014) highlights the successes of the Alliances’ vast partnership. The five Gulf States face similar challenges and concerns as they manage the Gulf Coast and its waters. Our ability to work across borders indicates our partner’s willingness to protect a shared resource.

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    2017 Gulf Star Projects Selected

    November 29, 2017—The Gulf of Mexico Alliance (GOMA) announced today the award of more than $666,000 for 11 Gulf Star projects. This is the second year of the Gulf Star public-private partnership program. The awards, developed in consultation with GOMA’s Priority Issue Teams, address small, but foundational issues associated with coastal resilience, water quality, habitat resources, data and monitoring, wildlife, education, and ecosystem services.

    TNC Launches New Migratory Species Conservation Project

    —The Gulf of Mexico hosts an extraordinary wealth of migratory marine life—70 percent of highly migratory fish, several sea turtle species, one-third of North American bird species and many marine mammals in the North Atlantic inhabit this ecosystem. The Nature Conservancy has a new effort, the Migratory Species Conservation Project to enhance migratory biodiversity by conserving important pathways within the Gulf of Mexico.
Upcoming EventsView All
  • 31dec8:00 am5:00 pmMS: Deadline Celebrate the Gulf Poster Design Contest

    09jan9:00 am4:00 pmSeminar/Webinar: Responding to oil spillsOffshore and deep sea habitats

    17jan8:00 am19(jan 19)5:00 pmLA Workshop: Reflecting on Practice Coaching