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Restoring Resilient Living Shorelines in the Gulf of Mexico

Living shorelines are resilient shorelines. As part of NOAA’s work restoring the Gulf of Mexico’s natural resources after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, we’re partnering with three states to build living shorelines on the coast. Together, these three projects will restore more than 60 acres of marsh and 66 acres of reef habitat. Learn more about this effort.

People on a beach with oyster reefs.
Last updated Tuesday, November 8, 2022 1:54pm PST