The Coastal Bend Bays Foundation has a number of projects and programs aimed at restoring natural habitat, educating the public, and working with stakeholder groups within the Coastal Bend community to solve complex environmental problems.
Among these projects are:
The Cole and Ropes Park Implementation Plan Coordination Committee, or CARP. CARP is a committee of stakeholders representing many groups within the City of Corpus Christi, brought together to create an Implementation Plan to help solve the problem of impaired waters at Cole and Ropes Parks.
Marsh Restoration, a cooperative project with the Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program to create terraces in Nueces Bay and transplant Saltmarsh Cordgrass.
Oyster Shell Recycling, a project of Texas A&M University Corpus Christi to help restore historic oyster reefs.
Pollywog Pond, a project to remove invasive species from important migratory and breeding bird habitat adjacent to the Nueces River and the Nueces Delta.
Suter Park Erosion Plan many of which constitute an important part of educating the pubic about environmental issues in the Coastal Bend. Current projects include Marsh Restoration, . Please see each project’s individual page for more information.
The Oso Outreach Project, which seeks to bring Oso Creek Watershed stakeholders together to raise awareness of the Oso Creek impaired waters.