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Habitat Restoration and protection Protected 200 feet of shoreline and restored reef habitat along Sweetwater Lake using 18 tons of recycled oyster shells Transplanted 387 baby oysters (aka spat) to restoration reefs in Kemah, San Leon, and Galveston thanks to the help of more than 60 Volunteer Oyster Gardeners Removed 268 abandoned crab traps from Trinity Bay as part of Texas Parks and Wildlife’s annual Abandoned Crab Trap Removal event Cleaned up 1.11 tons of trash and recyclables as well as 49 tires from the Armand Bayou watershed as part of River, Lakes, Bays ‘N Bayous Trash Bash Coordinated a trash cleanup site with the Port of Houston at Morgan’s Point as part of the Texas AdoptA-Beach Cleanup program and removed 1,800 pounds of trash and 1,000 pounds of recyclable materials from a 1.3-mile stretch of shoreline Planted 4.09 acres of estuarine intertidal marsh grass at planting events with the help of volunteers through our spring and fall Marsh Mania events 10

GBF 2016 Annual Report  

We are proud to share what we accomplished together for Galveston Bay.

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