A new restoration project, the East Maurepas Diversion, would reconnect nearby swamp to the Mississippi River and would help prevent the swamp from turning into open water.
I’m fortunate enough of spend plenty of time in the marsh and, following 16 years of incredible success due to the help of great friends and industry colleagues, some solid techniques have emerged.
Teal season is over, and big duck season is upon us, so we chatted with four waterfowl experts spanning from Venice, La. to southeast Texas about what to expect this year.
On Wednesday, September 13th, Vanishing Paradise teamed up with Executive Chef Nathan Richard at Cavan in New Orleans and Mudbug Brewery to host a dinner focusing on the bounty of Southeast Louisiana’s freshwater marsh.
A Call to Action: Louisiana has made remarkable progress on comprehensive and sustainable coastal restoration in the last few years. We now have another powerful opportunity to keep the momentum going.
Join Vanishing Paradise and Chef Nathan Richard at Cavan Restaurant in New Orleans for the Vanishing Paradise Supper on September 13 at 7:00 pm, highlighting species that depend on freshwater marsh in coastal Louisiana.
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