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Underwater image of corals that were grown from fragments in an underwater "nursery" then outplanted to damaged reefs.

Draft Compensatory Restoration Plan for the T/V Margara Incident Released for Public Comment

Wetlands and beach at Carolina Beach State Park, NC.

10 Projects, $12 million, Approved to Restore North Carolina Habitat After Superfund Site Pollution

A Brown Pelican lands on the restored Queen Bess Island.

Rescued from Deepwater Horizon, a Resilient Native Returns to Queen Bess Island

Underwater oyster reef

Trustees release Final Supplement to the Final Koppers Restoration Plan and Environmental Assessment

Oysters on an oyster reef.

Draft Supplement to the Koppers Restoration Plan Released for Public Comment

Catching crabs with baited bags on line. Crabs netted at surface and measured for keeper size on deck.

Crabbing and Fishing Pier Project Approved for South Carolina Oil Spill Restoration

An angler on a boat on the Cape Fear River at sunset.

$11 Million Proposed to Restore North Carolina Habitats after Decades of Chemical Pollution

Two fishing reels with sky in the background

Comments Welcomed on Cooper River/M/V Everreach Draft Restoration Plan for Recreational Uses

A loggerhead turtle swimming by divers in the Gulf of Mexico.

Comments Welcomed on Deepwater Horizon Open Ocean Draft Restoration Plan

Dark oil photographed during a Coast Guard overflight on May 12, 2016.

Shell Green Canyon Settlement: $3.65 million for Restoration in the Gulf of Mexico

A diver with a camera takes video and photos in a coral nursery.

Dive into 2017 Gulf Spill Restoration Project Data

Aerial photo of the Mississippi coast with a living shoreline project that includes natural and artificial breakwater material and marsh creation to reduce shoreline erosion.

Gulf Spill Restoration: Two Years After Settlement

Deepwater Horizon Trustee staff in boats and on marsh shorelines look at oil on the water's surface.

Deepwater Horizon: Louisiana Trustees Finalize Barataria Strategic Restoration Plan

Participants celebrate the re-opening of Jeff Friend Trail at Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge in Gulf Shores, Alabama (photo U.S. Dept. of Interior)

Trail Reopening Event Highlights Significance of Ecotourism in Gulf

Marshes were one of many critical habitats for fish and birds affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010.

The Latest Update from the Deepwater Horizon NRDA Trustee Council

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