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Restoring the New Orleans Landbridge takes a Step Forward

A natural storm buffer that helps protect Greater New Orleans could disappear within our lifetimes. A new restoration project will help sustain the landbridge – enhancing habitat for fish, ducks and more than a hundred other species – while protecting roughly 1.5 million people Continue reading

Restoration and Rebirth: Fishing in the MRGO

The Mississippi River Gulf Outlet (M.R.G.O.) is a popular fishing destination in south Louisiana. Recently, we took a tour with Bayou Wild TV to discuss the history and need for restoration. Continue reading

Why Not on Black-Bellies

Looking at why we can’t shoot black-bellies during teal season. Continue reading

IN THE FIELD: Chandeleur Sound Living Shoreline

A local Louisiana project pairs education with coastal restoration. Continue reading

New Report Helps Hunters & Anglers Advocate and Adapt to Climate Change

It isn’t a matter of if, but when, climate change will find our favorite spots and change our sporting lives. Continue reading

Bay Denesse Welcomes Ducks for Fall

Check out this week’s activity in Bay Denesse! Continue reading

Cranking and Chattering for Redfish

The conservation values of restoring the Louisiana coast are as critical now as they ever were. Continue reading

New Land In A Disappearing Delta

Teaming up to save the Louisiana marsh. Continue reading

See Ya Later, Alligator

How an iconic Louisiana species on the brink made its comeback. Continue reading

Hunting, Fishing, Coastal Restoration and Jobs – LWCF Lends a Hand

Since 1964 The Land and Water Conservation Fund has helped conserve thousands of acres across the United States. Continue reading

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