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Gulf of Mexico Initiative - Texas

Texas’ Gulf of Mexico coastal shoreline cover more than 621 miles of America’s Texas’ Gulf of Mexico coastal shoreline covers more than 621 miles of America’s 1,631 miles of gulf shoreline. From Brownsville, Texas to the Louisiana border, Texas’ gulf region offers a diverse array of natural resources, wildlife habitats and ecosystems that include uplands, coastal prairies, marshes and wetlands, shallow water habitats and numerous varieties of grasses. These areas are mostly on private lands and are home to a variety of wildlife species such as migratory and shorebirds, song birds, upland birds, insects, furbearing animals and a variety of marine life. Agricultural farming and ranching operations coexist alongside these habitats.


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Gulf of Mexico Initiative - Texas
John Mueller
State Conservation Engineer
101 South Main Street
Temple, TX  76501
Phone: (254) 742-9911

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Service Area
Services provided in:
  • Aransas County, Texas
  • Austin County, Texas
  • Bee County, Texas
  • Brazoria County, Texas
  • Brooks County, Texas
  • Calhoun County, Texas
  • Cameron County, Texas
  • Chambers County, Texas
  • Colorado County, Texas
  • Fort Bend County, Texas
  • Galveston County, Texas
  • Hardin County, Texas
  • Harris County, Texas
  • Hidalgo County, Texas
  • Jackson County, Texas
  • Jasper County, Texas
  • Jefferson County, Texas
  • Jim Wells County, Texas
  • Kenedy County, Texas
  • Kleberg County, Texas
  • Liberty County, Texas
  • Matagorda County, Texas
  • Newton County, Texas
  • Nueces County, Texas
  • Orange County, Texas
  • Refugio County, Texas
  • San Patricio County, Texas
  • Victoria County, Texas
  • Waller County, Texas
  • Wharton County, Texas
  • Willacy County, Texas



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