(WTXL) - Florida is one of four Gulf states getting another $280 million in restoration grants from the BP oil spill of 2010.
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation said Monday that Florida is getting $53 million.
That includes $16 million to protect coastal forest and wetlands along the Lower Suwannee River and Big Bend coast.
Louisiana is the state getting the most money, $161 million.
Alabama and Texas are also receiving restoration grant money.