EARLY-RESTORATION-POWER-POINT

Report
Making Mississippi Whole
Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality
Executive Director, Trudy Fisher
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Making Mississippi Whole
Mississippi Department
Environmental Quality
Covington Civil &
Environmental
Mississippi Restoration
Team
NRDA
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NFWF
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NRDA
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Traditional NRDA
Litigation Update
DERP Update
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INFORMATION
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Early
Restoration
$1 Billion
Mississippi
• 1st time in history
• April 21st, 2011 Framework agreement
between NRDA Trustees and BP
• $500 Million - 5 States
• $200 Million – NOAA and Dept. Of Interior
• $300 Million - State Projects
• Early Restoration Projects- Phase I and II
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Mississippi Early Restoration Projects
Phase 1
Mississippi Early Restoration Project
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$11 Million Oyster Reef
Matthews Marine of ????
MS Marine Services of ???
1,430 Acres Enhanced
Oyster Shell and Limestone
Project Complete Summer 2013
Harvestable Oysters 6 years
Monitoring Continues 3 - 6 years
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Mississippi Early Restoration Projects
Phase 1
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Mississippi Early Restoration Phase I
$2.6 Million Artificial Reef Enhancement
Uplift Inshore Marine Ecosystem
Enhance Reef Productivity
Improve Overall Marine Ecosystem Near Shore
Enhancement Close To Shore
Near Shore Habitat
Benefits All of Community
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Mississippi Early Restoration
Phase III
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Marsh and Living Shoreline – Hancock County
$50 Million MDEQ-NOAA
5.9 Miles Living Shoreline
46 Acres Marsh Creation
46 Acres Subtidal Oyster Reef
Popp’s Ferry Causeway Park – Harrison County
$4.7 Million
Replace Lost Recreational Opportunities
Create interpretive center , trails, boardwalks
Enhance Existing Amenities
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Pascagoula Beachfront Promenade – Jackson County
$3.8 Million
2 Mile – 10 Foot Wide Lighted Concrete Path
Restoration of lost recreational opportunities
Enhance Access to the Mississippi Sound
Infinity Science Center - Hancock County
$10.4 Million
Interactive Science ,Research, Education Center
Development of Interactive Exhibits
Replace Lost Recreational Opportunities
NRDA
EARLY
RESTORATION
NFWF
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NRDA
TRADITIONAL
Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council
Appointees From 5 Affected States
Departments of Interior, Commerce, Agriculture, Homeland Security, Army and EPA
Restore Act Dedicates 80 percent of penalties paid under Clean Water Act
Initial Comprehensive Plan: Restoring the Gulf Coast’s Ecosystem and Economy
80% Of Clean Water Act Penalties
BUCKET #1
35% Equal Division 5
States
BUCKET #5
BUCKET #2
2.5% Center of
Excellence
30% RESTORE
Council
BUCKET #4
BUCKET #3
2.5% Ecosystem
Science Program
30% Divided 5 States
By Formula
TransOcean Settlement: $1Billion
20%- Oil Spill Trust Fund
80%- Gulf Coast Restoration Trust Fund
BUCKET #1
$280 Million – States
$56 Million - MS
BUCKET #5
BUCKET #2
2.5% Center of
Excellence- $20 Million
30% RESTORE Council
$240 Million
BUCKET #4
BUCKET #3
2.5% Ecosystem Science
Program- $20 Million
30% Divided 5 States By
Formula- $240 Million
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U.S. Treasury Proposed Regulations
•Comment Period Open
•Until Nov. 5th
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NFWF
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NRDA
TRADITIONAL
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
Gulf Environmental Benefit Fund
Fund Projects that remedy harm to natural resources
Limited to conservation of natural resources (habitats, species) impacted by oil spill
Projects must occur within Gulf states and waters and be within reasonable proximity to impacts as appropriate
No infrastructure, roads, buildings
Funds to be paid to NFWF over a 5 year period: 5 Year BP payment schedule 2 Year TransOcean payment schedule
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