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Volunteers from Shell join with the good folks at Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program and take part in several planting projects near Port Fourchon.
Shell and the Port Houston work together on a targeted approach to plant trees that store carbon while benefitting birds and wildlife along the busy Houston Ship Channel.
Learn about the curious relationship between road culverts, brook trout and water quality.
Shell Oil Company has donated 4,139 acres of wetlands to Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government (TPCG) which will enable the Parish to make needed improvements to its flood risk reduction and community resiliency system, officials with Shell and Terrebonne Parish announced yesterday during “Terrebonne Coastal Day” events in Houma.
Shell’s Woodcreek campus recognized with certification for efforts that bolster local, state and national conservation efforts.
During Powering Conservation Day 2018, Shell Employees in West Houston learn from partner organizations how to support conservation efforts in their own homes and in their communities.
In one of the most compelling and unique habitat initiatives in recent history, the Starship reef combined the demonstration of a cutting-edge transportation technology with a vision for marine habitat creation.
NFWF Awards Nearly $1 Million in Grants to Recover Monarch Butterflies and Pollinators across the United States
Shell continues work with The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation in awarding grants from the Monarch Butterfly and Pollinators Conservation Fund. This new funding will restore and enhance over 12,000 acres of pollinator habitat, thanks to sponsorship from Shell, the U.S. Forest Service, the U.S. Geological Survey, and the Bureau of Land Management.
NFWF + partners are funding research, health monitoring + habitat restoration for Southern Resident killer whales.
Shell teamed up with The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, SeaWorld, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to create the Killer Whale Research and Conservation Program.