About the Coastal Restoration and Natural Infrastructure Project Database
Welcome to The Nature Conservancy’s Coastal Restoration and Natural Infrastructure Project Database. This database was built and is maintained by TNC’s North America Region’s Oceans and Coasts Program. If you have any questions about the project explorer, or want to know more about our habitat and natural infrastructure projects, please contact Bryan DeAngelis.
This provides the ability to search and find information on any of TNC’s North American Coastal Restoration and Natural Infrastructure Projects. TNC has been working for decades to implement and help fund work across North America to restore important habitats, reduce flood risks and protect communities and to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. This tool helps you find and learn about the projects we have implemented to advance this work.
With this tool, you can get information on an individual project, download final project reports, fact sheets and photos from that project, or you can roll-up information across multiple projects. Examples of searchable project information available includes habitat type, data collected, restoration technique, congressional district, and partners.
The final reports included here provide a wealth of information and are valuable resources for learning more about the methods, data collection, and other details of individual projects. When available, the contact information for TNC Field Office or the lead organization is another way to find out more about a project and other ongoing work.