Conservation & Bioenergy
FDCE has been establishing native grasses, forbs and pollinator habitat since 2003. We have successfully and professionally established and managed over 335,000 acres of habitat since inception, with project sizes ranging from 15-2,000 acres.
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At this very moment, the Mississippi River is pouring excess nitrogen and phosphorus into the Gulf of Mexico, feeding the 8th largest hypoxic zone in the
There’s a dead zone growing in the Gulf of Mexico. Located off the Louisiana-Texas coastline, this murky blight is causing marine life to either flee or die in mass. Left unchecked, it
Spanning the shores of 5 US states and 6 Mexican states, the Gulf of Mexico is 10th largest body of water in the world, excluding oceans. It acts as a