Bayport Channel Collision Info

Galveston Bay Foundation’s Role in Bayport Channel Collision: Galveston Bay Foundation is a nonprofit conservation organization with a mission to preserve and protect Galveston Bay. During incidents like the Bayport Channel Collision, Galveston Bay Foundation works with partner organizations to evaluate the potential impacts the spill could have on the Bay. In this case, we […]

Galveston County Daily News: Spill closes oyster beds, sparks seafood advisory

KHOU: Dead fish wash up in Galveston Bay after barge collision

Houston Chronicle: Hundreds of dead fish, crabs seen on Kemah property after ship channel spill

The Weather Channel: Houston Shipping Channel Ship Collision Cleanup Continues After Toxic Spill, Reports of Fish Kill

Symbolically Adopt A Galveston Bay Dolphin Mom This Mother’s Day

If you love dolphins and your mom, Galveston Bay Foundation has the perfect gift for you to give this Mother’s Day. Symbolically name and adopt a Galveston Bay dolphin mom and help advance dolphin research through the Galveston Bay Dolphin Research and Conservation Program. The program is a partnership between Galveston Bay Foundation and Environmental […]

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Make Every Day Earth Day at H-E-B Checkouts This Month!

Did you know there’s a simple way you can give to Galveston Bay Foundation and other conservation organizations while shopping at any H-E-B this month? At checkout, customers can donate $1, $3, or $5 to EarthShare of Texas and Galveston Bay Foundation will receive a portion of that amount! Just look for this tear pad at the […]

Environmental Impacts of ITC Fire: What Galveston Bay Foundation Has Found 

Help Fund Galveston Bay Foundation’s Efforts Concerning Levels of PFAs Chemicals Detected: Galveston Bay Foundation has partnered with Texas A&M’s Superfund Research Center to analyze water samples around the ITC incident for PFAs, a group of chemical compounds frequently found in industrial product and firefighting foam. Some of these compounds are known to have harmful […]

EPA urges people to not eat fish from Houston Ship Channel as water sampling continues