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Displaced students see habitat restored, protected by GBF program

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Coastal Angler Magazine: Galveston Bay Foundation – Volunteer to Take Care of Your Bay

Galveston Bay Habitat Enhancement through Marine Debris Removal

2016 Brings in Mostly Positive Water Quality Results

This week, Galveston Bay Foundation published a summary of our Water Monitoring Team’s 2016 water quality data. This past year, the monitors collected 444 water quality samples at 51 sites around Galveston Bay. Volunteers tested for air and water temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, salinity, water transparency, depth and at some sites fecal indicator bacteria. Figure 1. 2016 […]

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Gulf of Mexico Alliance: On the Water with Galveston Bay Foundation

Turtle Bayou Nature Preserve

  Turtle Bayou Nature Preserve is comprised of 514 acres of protected wetland, prairie and forested habitats along Turtle Bayou and Lake Anahuac in Chambers County.  The Preserve is owned by the Chambers-Liberty Counties Navigation District, for the purposes of preserving coastal habitat and protecting water quality. Galveston Bay Foundation holds a conservation easement on […]

U.S. EPA calls for removal of toxic waste in the San Jacinto River

Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposed removal of the deadly dioxin-contaminated wastes at the San Jacinto River Waste Pits Superfund Site in Channelview, Harris County, Texas. These wastes, first placed in unlined pits located on the banks of the river in the mid-1960s, have already caused harm to the river, Galveston Bay, and our […]

Punctured fuel tanks cause diesel spill near San Jacinto Monument

Late last night, a tanker on the Houston Ship Channel near the San Jacinto Monument, hit an unknown object that punctured its fuel tanks, leading to a spill of thousands of gallons of diesel fuel, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. The tanker was not carrying any cargo and the diesel spilled from the vessel’s […]