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The Gulf of Mexico Alliance (GOMA) and Gulf of Mexico University Research Collaborative (GOMURC) have contracted with the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council (Council) to assist with scientific reviews of projects and programs funded under the RESTORE Act Council-funded Restoration and Spill Impact Components (RESTORE Buckets 2 and 3). They are in the process of developing a Best Available Science reviewer database for reviews of Council proposals and applications, and appreciate your help in circulating this message throughout your organization. Ask them to consider filling out the attached Reviewer Application if interested, and return it along with their CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by December 31, 2017. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have any questions.

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The Louisiana NRDA Trustee Implementation Group (TIG) is seeking proposals regarding natural resource restoration opportunities in Louisiana under the following restoration types:

  • Provide and Enhance Recreational Opportunities
  • Nutrient Reduction (Non-Point source).

Information on these restoration types and the Oil Pollution Act and criteria against which project ideas are being evaluated can be found in the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council's comprehensive restoration plan.

BY AUGUST 14, 2017, submit new restoration project ideas for consideration within these restoration types to the Trustees' project portal or to the State of Louisiana's portal. If you have submitted project ideas in the past to either portal, or in connection with other Louisiana restoration planning efforts, including Louisiana’s Coastal Master Plan and Deepwater Horizon restoration planning efforts, you do not need to resubmit those ideas. Instead, send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." title="This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and reference the method of and date of submittal of previously submitted proposals, and we will retrieve and consider them.

Projects submitted after the deadline will be considered in future restoration planning efforts.  Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." title="This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have any questions.

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The Alabama Gulf Coast Recovery Council (AGCRC) is seeking project suggestions for RESTORE Act Spill Impact Component funding (Bucket 3); for information on the RESTORE Act, go to www.restorealabama.org.  For potential first round funding under the RESTORE Act’s Spill Impact Component (Bucket 3), please enter project suggestion(s) into the Alabama Coastal Restoration Project Suggestion portal by September 15, 2017. If you have already entered your project suggestion on this website, it is not necessary to re-submit.  You can also see what has been submitted and funded today on the portal page.

Qualifying projects must reflect at least one of the following criteria:

 

 

  • Restoration and protection of the natural resources, ecosystems, fisheries, marine and wildlife habitats, beaches, and coastal wetlands of the Gulf Coast region
  • Mitigation of damage to fish, wildlife, and natural resources
  • Implementation of a federally approved marine, coastal, or comprehensive conservation management plan, including fisheries monitoring
  • Workforce development and job creation
  • Improvements to or on state parks located in coastal areas affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
  • Infrastructure projects that benefit the economy or ecological resources, including port infrastructure
  • Coastal flood protection and related infrastructure
  • Planning assistance
  • Promotion of tourism in the Gulf Coast Region, including recreational fishing
  • Promotion of the consumption of seafood harvested from the Gulf Coast Region.

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The Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council's "Draft 2017 Funded Priorities List: Comprehensive Commitment and Planning Support (draft CPS FPL)" is available  for public and Tribal review and comment at www.restorethegulf.gov until 11:59pm MT August 14, 2017.

Two related informational webinars will be conducted to provide an overview of these FPL Awards. A select number of participant questions will be answered during the live webinar. Webinars will be recorded and posted on www.restorethegulf.gov:

July 13, 2017 at 6:30 pm Central Time [Webinar Registration Link]

July 25, 2017 at 2:00 pm Central Time [Webinar Registration Link]

Register for these webinars in advance. Once registered, a link to access the webinar will be sent to the email address provided during registration.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  Please send questions by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or contact Keala J. Hughes at (504) 717-7235.

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On Wednesday, December 9 at 10:00 am CT, the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council (Council) will meet to vote on the Initial Funded Priorities List (FPL) and the Spill Impact Component Rule in accordance with the RESTORE Act. The public is invited to attend. Open house begins at 9:00 am CT. Meeting agenda and other important materials, such as comments received and the initial FPL being voted on are now available on the Council’s website. The meeting is being held at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum & Convention Center: 2350 Beach Boulevard, Biloxi, MS 39531. 

The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality announced that the Mississippi Based RESTORE Act Center of Excellence (MBRACE) has been selected as their state’s RESTORE Research Center of Excellence.

MBRACE is a consortium made up of Mississippi’s four major research institutions: the University of Southern Mississippi, Jackson State University, the University of Mississippi, and Mississippi State University. The University of Southern Mississippi will serve as the lead institution with the MBRACE program administered within the University’s Center for Gulf Studies.

 

Full press release can be found here

Stated in the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council’s press release

“On Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015, the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council (Council) posted for public and Tribal comment and review proposed regulation to implement the Spill Impact Component of the RESTORE Act. The regulation will establish the formula allocating funds made available from the Gulf Coast Restoration Trust Fund (Trust Fund) among the Gulf Coast States of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas pursuant to Sec. 1603(3) of the RESTORE Act.

 

This proposed regulation, is available for public and Tribal review and comment through Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015.”

 

The draft regulation can be viewed here. Public comment can be submitted here,  by mail, email, or in person. 

ELI releases a new set of educational materials on Gulf restoration targeted for people unfamiliar with the restoration process. The materials focus on the natural resources damage assessment (NRDA), the RESTORE Act, and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) funds. Included are one-page summaries for each of the processes, a one-page overview of all three processes, and a guide to public commenting

The NOAA RESTORE Act Science Program has completed its first funding competition and awarded approximately $2.7 million to seven research teams. These teams and their projects were selected following a rigorous and highly competitive process which included a review by a panel of outside experts. The awards range in size from $309,000 to $400,000 and the projects will run for up to two years. Full details on each team and their project can be found under the Research page on the Science Program’s website.

FL Center of Excellence Program Announces 10 Funded Projects

The Florida Institute of Oceanography (FIO) led FL RESTORE Act Centers of Excellence Program announced the ten projects selected to receive DWH oil spill penalties to work to improve the health of the Gulf. These projects were selected through an expert peer review process and will be funded for 2 year. For details on the projects, see the announcement released on FIO’s Facebook page.

 

Public Meetings Addressing RESTORE Council’s Draft FPL

The Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council is hosting a series of public meeting across the Gulf to discuss the draft Initial Funded Priorities List released on August 13, 2015 to seek public and tribal comments. The draft FPL is available for review and comment through Sept. 28, 2015. Below is a list of the remaining public meetings.

 

Aug. 26, 2015; 6PM EDT

FWC Fish & Wildlife Research Institute

100 Eighth Ave. SE

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

 

Aug. 27, 2015; 6PM CDT

Gulf Coast State College

5230 West US Hwy. 98

Panama City, FL 32401

 

Sept. 1, 2015; 6PM CDT

Battle House Renaissance Mobile

26 North Royal St.

Mobile, AL 36602

 

Sept. 10, 2015; 5PM CDT

Coast Coliseum & Convention Center

2350 Beach Blvd.

Biloxi, MS 39531

 

Sept. 15, 2015; 5:30PM CDT

Homer L. Hitt Alumni Center

2000 Lakeshore Drive

New Orleans, LA 70148

 

Sept. 16, 2015; 5:30 PM CDT

Morgan City Municipal Auditorium

728 Myrtle St.

Morgan City, LA 70380

*Full meeting details can be found at www.restorethegulf.gov.

 

 

Registration Open for 2016 GoM Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Conference

 

Registration is now open for the 2016 Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Conference. Early registration closes November 20, 2015. Online registration closes January 24, 2016. Onsite registration will be available. 

The Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council released its initial list of restoration projects to be included on its "Final Priorities List."  As stated at the Council web site, "Using funds from the settlement with Transocean Deepwater Inc., the Council is seeking to provide near-term, on-the-ground ecosystem benefits, while also conducting planning activities designed to build a foundation for future success as additional funds become available from other parties." These funds will include funding from the recent BP civil settlement.

A press release issued on June 30, 2015 announced “...Texas is the first state in the nation to receive money from the RESTORE Trust Fund through a federal award to fund two Centers of Excellence. The two centers, Texas OneGulf at Texas A&M Corpus Christi and the Subsea Systems Institute at the University of Houston, will split an initial $4.036 million.”

 

The Environmental Law Institute’s Ocean Program has launched the Public Participation Bulletin Board. This new resource highlights ways the public can get involved in restoration in their state and throughout the region.

 

The Harte Research Institute (HRI) has a new site, GecoView.org, a companion site to their GecoServ.org webpage, to help users understand the critical benefits of coastal habitats. GecoView.org is based on an ESRI platform using a story map to help organize and present information. According to information provided by Sea Grant, a funder of this project, “The project’s goal was to determine how much people in each state would be willing to pay — if at all — for the conservation of Gulf habitats. This willingness-to-pay concept is a standard approach to measuring economic value for non-market benefits, and in this study, passive-use services.” The site went live in May 2015 and will be continually updated and maintained.

The Alabama Gulf Coast Recovery Council released solicitation for proposal for the RESTORE Act Center of Excellence Research Grant Program on May 13. Non-governmental entities and consortia, including public and private institutes of higher learning in the Gulf Coast Region can submit proposals to serve as Alabama’s Center of Excellence. Proposals are due June 30, 2015 at 4:00PM CST. More details on the scope of work, submission requirements and the selection process can be found here.

 

 

Reminder: Full Proposals to Florida’s Center of Excellence Grants Program are due Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 5:00PM ET. Awards are expected to be announced July 1. To view the request for proposals, FAQs and to submit a proposal, visit the site here

From their announcement, “The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has released the final version of the science plan for the NOAA RESTORE Act Science Program.  The plan establishes ten long-term research priorities which will guide how the program invests its funds and explains how prior needs assessments for the Gulf of Mexico region and earlier stakeholder input were used to determine these areas of investment. The plan also provides additional information on how the program is administered and how the program works with partners.”

 

An overview of NOAA’s response to comments received during the public comment period on the draft version of the plan is now available in the Federal Register announcement. They address NOAA’s role, program scope, clarification of priorities, performance measures, coordination and engagement, and other issues.

The Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council is currently evaluating submissions for potential funding under the Council-Selected Restoration Component. As part of this process, each submission was evaluated with respect to Budget, Science, Environmental Compliance, and consistency with the RESTORE Act and the Council’s Initial Comprehensive Plan. Context reports, including that of the external science review were created from these evaluations and are now available for viewing here.

On Thursday, 2/19, U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier declared that BP should face paying up to $4,300 in fines for each barrel of oil spilled during the Macando well blowout that spilled oil into the Gulf of Mexico for 87 days in 2010. This is the result of an attempt by BP to lower the fines they face from this catastrophic event to $3,000 per barrel, the amount set by the Clean Water Act in 1990. Barbier agreed with federal prosecutors that this amount should be adjusted for inflation.

In prior rulings, Judge Barbier declared that BP acted with “gross negligence” and that 3.19 million barrels of oil were spilled. BP faces a maximum of $13.7 billion fines.

 

For more details, see this article in the Tampa Bay Times.

Environmental Law Institute (ELI) has created a new online Restoration Projects Map that complements their Restoration Projects Database. These track where Deepwater Horizon restoration and recovery are taking place.

According to ELI, “Both the database and the map aim to support transparency and public engagement by tracking where restoration funds are being spent, and by providing details about specific projects. The database and map will be continually updated as projects are approved.”

Florida Institute of Oceanography (FIO) announces release of its first Request for Proposals for the Florida Centers of Excellence Research Grants Program-- http://www.fio.usf.edu/research/restore-act.

On Friday, Jan. 16, 2015 Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Commissioner Toby Baker announced the selection of two consortia, one led by the University of Houston and the other led by Texas A&M University –Corpus Christi, to establish Centers of Excellence. Centers of Excellence are being created in the five Gulf States affected by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill to conduct research in this region as mandated by the RESTORE Act.

 

For more details on the consortia members and the type of work they will be doing, see the official press release

 

In an official ruling on Thursday, January 15, 2015, U.S. District Court Judge Carl Barbier determined 3.19 million barrels of oil were spilled in the Gulf of Mexico from the Macondo well following the Deepwater Horizon rig explosion on April 20, 2010. Under the Clean Water Act, oil spill violators face fines ranging from $1,000 to $4,300 per barrel of oil spilled. BP now faces up to $13.7 billion in fines. The third and final phase of the trial starts Tuesday and Barbier will determine how much BP will pay in pollution fines.

You can read more on this ruling in this article from The Times-Picayune.

 

 

Environmental Law Institute is hosting a webinar, “Deepwater Horizon Litigation: Where Things Stand and What’s Next” on Wednesday, January 14 from 2:00-3:30PM ET. As we approach the start of the third phase of the BP oil spill trial, the panel of experts gathered for this webinar will discuss the first two phases and some of the issues that will be addressed in the third phase.

 

 

You can register for the conference here

NOAA RESTORE Act Science Program has announced their first federal funding opportunity (FFO-2015). Funding of $2.5 million is available for approximately three to seven, 1- to 2- year projects that address three short-term priorities. A peer reviewed process will be used to evaluate and identify the strongest applications. Letters of intent are due by January 30, 2015 and full proposals due March 17, 2015.

As stated on the NOAA RESTORE Act Science Program’s website, proposals need to address:

·         comprehensive inventory and assessment (i.e., strengths/weaknesses) of  ongoing ecosystem modeling efforts (conceptual and quantitative)

·         identification of currently available health/condition indicators of Gulf of Mexico ecosystem components, including humans, followed by comparative analysis of strengths and weaknesses and design/testing of additional indicators

·         assessment of monitoring and observation needs and development of recommendations to build off existing assets to establish a Gulf wide monitoring and observation network

in three topical areas

·         ecosystem and living marine resources management

·         climate change and extreme weather impacts on sustainability of restoration

·         integration of social, behavioral, and economic science into restoration and management of the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem.

The full announcement is available for viewing here

Monday, December 15, 2014 is the last day to submit public comment for the NOAA RESTORE Act Science Program's science plan. To have your expertise heard, electronic comments can be submitted via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Written comments can be mailed to Dr. Becky Allee; NOAA OCM - Gulf Coast; Bldg. 1100, Rm 232; Stennis Space Center, MS 39529. 

 

A final version of the science plan is anticipated for release in January 2015. 

Projects submitted for the 'Bucket 2' Funding Priorities List are currently being reviewed by the RESTORE Council. All projects are available for viewing although public comments are not yet being accepted.

 

For more information and to view the projects please visit http://www.restorethegulf.gov/ourwork/council-selected-restoration/fpl-development

NOAA released a draft version of the science plan for the NOAA RESTORE Act Science Program for public comment; electronic comments submitted via e-mail (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and written comments may be mailed to Dr. Becky Allee; NOAA OCM - Gulf Coast; Bldg. 1100, Rm 232; Stennis Space Center, MS, 39529.

 

Texas released "notice on selection process for Centers of Excellence" at https://www.restorethetexascoast.org/. As announced, pursuant to RESTORE Act and Treasury statutory and regulatory requirements, "Texas is posting a Request For Grant Applications (RFGA) on the Texas Electronic State Business Daily and on the Texas e-Grants system.  The RFGA will set forth the process by which grant applications must be submitted.  The selection and award of grants will be made in accordance with the TCEQ-established grant process under Texas Water Code 5.124 and the TCEQ grant rules, in particular the rules governing solicitations in 30 TAC Section14.7. Please contact LaTresa Stroud at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., if you have any questions or comments regarding the proposed RFGA."

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The Gulf Coast Restoration Council has been collaborating with Gulf coast state entities to host webinars open to the public in order to update participants on the status of programs and plans. You can view the webinar and a summary presentation for the Oct. 16 webinar with MS here--  http://www.restore.ms/archived-webinar/

The Florida Institute of Oceanography (FIO) seeking public feedback. FIO is the designated Florida Gulf Coast Entity to receive funds from the RESTORE Act for administering Florida's Centers of Excellence Research Grants Program (CERGP), section 1605 of the RESTORE Act.  As required by the Treasury's RESTORE Act Rulemaking, FIO is seeking public comments on its CERGP Rules and Policies, including competitive selection process, from October 15, 2014 to December 1, 2014.  FIO will also be conducting regional town hall meetings during this timeframe, for additional details please visit our website at: http://fio.marine.usf.edu/research/fio-cergp.

 

FIO encourages everyone to take the opportunity to participate in this important process to determine the type of research and monitoring projects FIO should fund by filling out the survey at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/fio_cergp.  Please help circulate this email as you feel fit and if you have any questions, please feel free to send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Treasury announced RESTORE Act Rule is in effect, enabling restoration programs to apply for funding in the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Trust Fund (currently $800M from Transocean settlement); release at http://www.treasury.gov/press-center/press-releases/Pages/JL2663.aspx.

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The Florida Department of Environmental Protection hosted 9/23/14 webinar and presentation on status of the RESTORE Act, and its process and priorities for submitting projects to the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council for consideration of support from the Comprehensive Plan component (30% of Trust Fund).

Restore Act Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council is seeking subject matter experts to serve as panelists to review proposals submitted to the Council via Council members. Download the PDF form to apply. Send it and your CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by October 10, 2014.

Department of Treasury administers the RESTORE Act Direct Component and Centers of Excellence Research Grants Program. Links to review guidance for each program, with sample forms, now available via the Treasury's RESTORE Web site-- http://www.treasury.gov/services/restore-act/Pages/default.aspx

Treasury released RESTORE Act regulations on Friday Aug. 15 and updated their RESTORE Web site with access to rules and useful new information-- http://www.treasury.gov/services/restore-act/Pages/default.aspx

Public comments on regulations due Sep. 2.

NOAA RESTORE Science Program 8/14/14 news update includes link to pdf of their initial Federal Funding Opportunity (FFO) Federal Register Notice-- http://restoreactscienceprogram.noaa.gov/miscellaneous/noaa-restore-act-science-program-update

This "Initial FFO" is FYI and does not solicit proposals or public comments, which will occur in FFO later this year.

Department of the Treasury proposes regulations for RESTORE Act concerning amounts available to eligible Louisiana parishes from the Gulf Coast Restoration Trust Fund-- http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2014-07-31/pdf/2014-18131.pdf.

U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation’s Subcommittee on Oceans, Atmosphere, Fisheries and Coast Guard will hold a hearing on Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. titled, “Revisiting the RESTORE Act: Progress and Challenges in Gulf Restoration Post-Deepwater Horizon.” More, including link for live broadcast, at http://www.commerce.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?p=Hearings&ContentRecord_id=fdfbde77-d1f4-45a4-befc-c906faeec3bc

NOAA RESTORE Science Program FAQs regarding its first Federal Funding Opportunity (FFO) now available on the program website-- http://restoreactscienceprogram.noaa.gov/about/faqs, last part of page dedicated to "Initial Funding Opportunity" FAQs

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Treasury Regulations (proposed rule) for RESTORE Act draft on-line for public feedback at https://www.federalregister.gov/articles/2013/09/06/2013-21595/gulf-coast-restoration-trust-fund

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MS launches  its RESTORE Act web site-- http://www.restore.ms

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Governor Scott assigns Gulf Consortium (http://www.fl-counties.com/advocacy/gulf-consortium) with task of developing State Expenditure Plan for RESTORE Act section 1603, Spill Impact Component ("pot 3") 30% that must be approved by Gulf Ecosystem Restoration Council and mesh with their Council's Comprehensive Restoration Plan funding.

NOAA-led RESTORE Act Science Program (sec 1604 of the Act) website is at http://restoreactscienceprogram.noaa.gov; program description, event announcements/reports, and FAQs, and Program’s Science Plan Framework. Subscribe on the website to receive alerts and announcements about the Program. Contact program anytime at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Gulf Coast Restoration Council released Initial Comprehensive Plan today required by RESTORE Act section 1603, available at http://www.restorethegulf.gov

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RESTORE Act programs to receive funding from DWH Oil Spill settlements and litigation on hold awaiting Department of Treasury regulations including "procedures for depositing amounts in and expending amounts from the Trust Fund including procedures for determining compliance and auditing requirements of programs and activities established under the RESTORE Act." Office of the Inspector General posted its audit report, RESTORE ACT: Treasury Missed Its Statutory Deadline for Establishing Procedures Governing RESTORE Act Programs and Activities, at http://www.treasury.gov/about/organizational-structure/ig/Audit%20Reports%20and%20Testimonies/OIG13038.pdf

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President Executive Order signed September 10, 2012, sets conditions for terminating Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Task Force, reiterates Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council duties as established in the RESTORE Act, and adds EPA and USDA as NRDA Trustees-- available on-line at http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/09/10/executive-order-gulf-coast-ecosystem-restoration

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President signs Transportation Bill, MAP-21, with RESTORE Act (PL-112-141, subtitle F), which ensures 80% of DWH oil spill settlements and penalties go to Gulf Coast Restoration Trust Fund (versus all going to national Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund)-- available at http://www.treasury.gov/services/restore-act/Pages/default.aspx

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Environmental Law Institute (ELI) web site provides excellent information regarding RESTORE Act and progress of DWH spill-related settlements, litigation and penalties-- http://eli-ocean.org/gulf/

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