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SWG-2022-00162 - Texas Parks and Wildlife Department - adjacent to Keith Lake, Johnson Lake, Shell Lake, Salt Lake, and Salt Bayou - Jefferson County, Texas

USACE Galveston District
Published Sept. 15, 2022
Expiration date: 10/17/2022

Public Notice          Project Plans          Alternatives Analysis

The applicant proposes to beneficially use dredged material to restore approximately 1,951.02 acres of estuarine marsh in the JD Murphree Wildlife Management Area – Salt Bayou Unit.  The restoration area will be comprised of nine separate cells.  A perimeter berm will be created around each cell using borrow material mechanically dredged from the interior of the cell.  Upon completion of cells, hydraulically dredged material will be beneficially placed to restore soil elevations within the cell to a level that will support emergent wetlands.  The discharge of approximately 7,836,125 cubic yards of fill material into approximately 1,951 acres is necessary for the construction of the containment levees and training dikes, and to restore soil elevations within the cells.