The latest news, updates and events from our campaign to protect and restore the Mississippi River Delta.

Upcoming Event: Conservation on Tap in Arabi, La.

Join us on May 18th for Conservation on Tap - an opportunity to talk about coastal restoration with other sportsmen and women.

Are Fishermen Moving North in Florida?

"I’m a fisherman, and that has always been a big part of Florida for me."

Is There Enough Sediment in the Mississippi River to Restore Louisiana’s Coast?

In order to create a more certain future for the people, communities and wildlife of Louisiana, sediment must be treated like the precious resource it is, and as much of it as possible must be used for coastal restoration efforts. 

Sportsmen to Legislators: Protect America's Everglades

In honor of Everglades Day, sportsmen are sending a message to decision-makers and heading to Florida’s Capital to persuade state legislators to take action without delay.

The Path

There are many twists, turns, mountains and valleys in the path of an outdoorsman, but no other is so fine; no other so deep; no other so full. 

La CPRA Hosts Public Meetings on Draft Coastal Plan

CPRA is hosting meetings this month along the coast to discuss projects in the draft and receive feedback.

Louisiana Fishing

Recreational fishing is big business in Louisiana, generating more than $3 billion in economic impact every year. In some places in the state, it is possible to set out from one dock and catch everything from largemouth bass to yellowfin tuna.


Louisiana Hunting

Louisiana is called Sportsman's Paradise for a reason. The diversity of habitats provide homes for an abundance of migratory and year-round wildlife supporting a robust wildlife tourism industry that attracts sportsmen and women from across the nation.


The Mississippi River Delta

The wetlands, estuaries, and barrier islands of the Mississippi River Delta provide habitat for migratory birds, waterfowl, economically important finfish and shellfish, and more. However, the delta is experiencing the highest rate of wetland loss in the United States--losing a football field of marsh every hour.


U.S. Senate Coastal Issues Forum in Baton Rouge

This week you can learn firsthand how our next senator plans to deal with challenges and opportunities related to coastal restoration. Our friends, the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana, is hosting a US Senate Coastal Issues Forum in Baton Rouge.

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