4/7/2014
The drawing to give away outdoor adventures to four lucky LWF members in 2013 has been completed and we are thrilled to announce the winners. (photo of canoeing on Black Bayou Lake by Ann B. Smith of Friends of Black Bayou NWR.)   read the article »
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The 2013 Governor's Conservation Achievement Award Winners were recognized and celebrated at a reception and banquet held March 29, 2014 at the Lake House Reception Center in Baton Rouge. Thanks to Don Dubuc for serving as master of ceremonies and to Sandra Herman, Banquet Chairwoman. Presenting the awards were Mary Van Kerrebrook, member of the NWF Board of Directors, Region 8, and Secretary Stephen Chustz, Louisiana Department of Natural Resources. Join us in congratulating these inspiring people for their contributions in 2013. read the article »
On March 26, 2014, LWF’s Executive Director Rebecca Triche spoke to members of the Louisiana House of Representatives’ Committee on Natural Resources and Environment to comment in opposition to HB 353, which would allow year-round day or night hunting of feral hogs and other outlaw quadrupeds on private property. LWF is concerned that illegal night hunting would be extremely difficult to enforce during deer season and about the stress on deer populations and other game animals. Testimony: read the article »
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