Dr. Melissa Pringle presented at the GOMA Coastal Resilience Winter Meeting on December 11, 2019. It was a two day team meeting designed to bring partners together across the Gulf region to plan for a healthier Gulf of Mexico and more resilient coastal communities.
AllenES had the opportunity to highlight two coastal restoration projects while participating in the MS Restoration Summit. One project is the beneficial use of dredge material for coastal restoration, and the second project is the beach outfalls living laboratory design for water quality improvement and coastal restoration.
John Ryan and Jordan Hollinghead enjoyed visiting with clients at the Manufacture Alabama conference.
Debra Emmert enjoyed meeting EPA Region 4 Administrator, Mary Walker.
The Central Gulf Coast Chapter of the American Shore and Beach Preservation Association
Proclaim to Embrace the Gulf in 2020!
The MS-AL Sea Grant produced helpful comprehensive catalogs and videos to assist you with designing, permitting, and implementing living shorelines.
Dr. Pringle is featured in the video entitled “Living Shorelines – An Environmental Consultant’s Perspective”.
Many of the AllenES living shoreline materials and graphics are included in the resources provided at the link below.
Brad Young, CWB of AllenES will be presenting with Julie McEntire of TX GLO at the upcoming Coastal States Organization Fall Members Meeting in South Padre Island on November 5th. They will present the living shorelines initiative underway in Texas.
Exciting movement demonstrating overwhelming support for the upcoming Embrace the Gulf 2020 Awareness Campaign!
The City of South Padre Island is the first city in Texas to pass a resolution.
The first city in Florida to pass a proclamation is the City of St. Petersburg.
Cameron County is the first county in Texas to pass a resolution.