Articles from February 2, 2018

Posted: February 2, 2018

FEBRUARY 2, 2018 — The OR&R Disaster Preparedness Program (DPP) supported National Ocean Service (NOS) leadership at this January 30 NOAA Pre-Eagle Horizon 2018 Leadership Tabletop Exercise.

Posted: February 2, 2018
Woman in a kayak.

FEBRUARY 2, 2018 — On January 15, Mobile Baykeeper hosted a cleanup at One Mile Creek in Mobile, Alabama targeting debris originating from Mardi Gras celebrations and nearby communities.

Posted: February 2, 2018
People in a small boat in the water with marsh in background.

FEBRUARY 2, 2018 — NOAA’s DARRP program hosted NOAA acting administrator RADM Gallaudet on a field visit to the Qwuloolt Estuary restoration site in Marysville, Washington. 

Posted: February 2, 2018
Body of water bordered by marsh and vegetation.

FEBRUARY 2, 2018 — NOAA, together with co-trustees U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, State of Washington Department of Natural Resources, and the Suquamish Tribe, and the Tulalip Tribes announced natural resource damage settlements totaling more than $4 million from three separate companies - Jeld-Wen, Inc., Kimberly Clark Corp., and Weyerhaeuser NR Company - on January 25, 2018.

Articles from February 2, 2018

Posted: February 2, 2018

FEBRUARY 2, 2018 — The OR&R Disaster Preparedness Program (DPP) supported National Ocean Service (NOS) leadership at this January 30 NOAA Pre-Eagle Horizon 2018 Leadership Tabletop Exercise.

Posted: February 2, 2018
Woman in a kayak.

FEBRUARY 2, 2018 — On January 15, Mobile Baykeeper hosted a cleanup at One Mile Creek in Mobile, Alabama targeting debris originating from Mardi Gras celebrations and nearby communities.

Posted: February 2, 2018
People in a small boat in the water with marsh in background.

FEBRUARY 2, 2018 — NOAA’s DARRP program hosted NOAA acting administrator RADM Gallaudet on a field visit to the Qwuloolt Estuary restoration site in Marysville, Washington. 

Posted: February 2, 2018
Body of water bordered by marsh and vegetation.

FEBRUARY 2, 2018 — NOAA, together with co-trustees U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, State of Washington Department of Natural Resources, and the Suquamish Tribe, and the Tulalip Tribes announced natural resource damage settlements totaling more than $4 million from three separate companies - Jeld-Wen, Inc., Kimberly Clark Corp., and Weyerhaeuser NR Company - on January 25, 2018.