This week is National Estuaries Week. Louisiana's estuaries provide breeding and nursery grounds to a vast array of fish, wildlife and plant species. Learn more about what makes this ecosystem so important.  read the article »
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The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation will be holding a “Wetland Assimilation in Louisiana”, two-day workshop from Oct. 25-26, 2016 at Southeastern Louisiana University investigating the many aspects of using natural marshes and swamps for urban sewage treatment, and the future it should have in Louisiana wetlands. Admission is free, and presentations will address the central question of: should natural wetlands be used to treat sewage in Louisiana? read the article »
Kamryn Paige Hatton of Crowville and Earl Darby Jr. from Broussard have been named the 2015 Louisiana Female and Male Youth Hunters of the Year (YHOY). The duo was recognized during the Louisiana Outdoors Writers Association (LOWA) conference in Shreveport in August. read the article »
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