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Bucket 2 FPL 3b Project Fact Sheets

The RESTORE Council has posted the draft FPL 3b document for public comment.

11/19/2020


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FPL 3b Update

The RESTORE Council has posted the draft FPL 3b to begin the public comment period that ends on January 5, 2021. The FPL 3b document can be accessed at Draft FPL 3b or through the RESTORE Council website.

11/16/2020


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UPDATE: BUCKET 2/FPL 3b

The RESTORE Council has posted a notification that a draft of the FPL 3b document will be posted for public comment beginning November 16.

11/03/2020


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2020 Texas TIG Annual Public Meeting Notice

The Texas Trustee Implementation Group will hold its 2020 annual public meeting on November 4, 2020 via an online video presentation.

10/06/2020


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Submit your Ideas for Texas Restoration Area Planning

Beginning October 1, 2020, the Texas Trustee Implementation Group is requesting restoration project ideas that will address injuries caused by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill to be considered in their next restoration plan.

10/01/2020


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Bucket 1 Direct Component: Multi-Year Implementation Plan (MIP) Grants Awarded

TCEQ has received four grant awards from the U.S. Department of Treasury in association with projects included in the Texas Bkt 1 accepted Multi-Year Implementation Plan (MIP).

09/01/2020


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Bucket 5 Centers of Excellence: Grant II Awarded

$3.5 million Centers of Excellence grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Treasury on August 1, 2020.

08/17/2020


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Bucket 3 State Expenditure Plan (SEP): Approved

The RESTORE Council Chair approved the Texas SEP Amendment #1 (2020) on July 30, 2020.

08/17/2020


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Update to Bucket 2 FPL 3 Funding

The RESTORE Council has posted 24 proposals submitted by seven RESTORE Council members.

08/17/2020


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Ten years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) has played a key role in helping recover the natural resources that were harmed by the spill.

04/22/2020

All photos on this website are courtesy of the Texas Department of Transportation and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department