Nominations due February 11, 2016. The awards program seeks to recognize those individuals, organizations and businesses that have made a significant and outstanding contribution toward the protection and wise use of Louisiana’s natural resources in 2015. (Photo credit: Butch Spielman, Great Egret Strike)  read the article »
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CPRA voted today to approve a new resolution to allow 10% of GOMESA funds to be used for infrastructure directly impacted by coastal wetland loss. CPRA also voted to recommended advancing both the Mid Barataria (75,000 cfs) and Mid Breton (35,000 cfs) sediment diversion projects in the Coastal Master Plan. read the article »
The vast majority of Louisiana voters believe protecting and restoring coastal Louisiana is as important as any other issue facing the state, and the next Governor should make restoration a high priority. read the article »
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