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Sporting Council Member Receives Award

Vanishing Paradise Sporting Council member Ryan Lambert was honored this week with the National Wildlife Federation’s 2024 Conservation Leadership Award in Washington, D.C. Continue reading

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Smoked Redfish Dip

This delicious recipe was provided by Capt. Ryan Lambert, president of Cajun Fishing Adventures and member of Vanishing Paradise’s Sporting Council. Continue reading

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Louisiana approves the 2025 Coastal Annual Plan

Every year, Louisiana’s Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA) releases its Coastal Annual Plan for the upcoming fiscal year. This plan roadmaps how and where coastal funding will be used. After receiving approval from the state Legislature, the plan will … Continue reading

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Ça c’est Bon!

From the marsh to the marinade. Out of the swamp and onto the skillet. However you want to plate it, Cook-Off for the Coast is a culinary event like no other that takes aim at simmering down that hard-to-satisfy wild … Continue reading

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Terracing Project at 40 arpent canal

An innovative terracing project is helping turn the tide for wildlife habitat in St. Bernard Parish, just outside of New Orleans. Well-known for its abundance of fish and migratory waterfowl, the area attracts hunters and anglers from near and far, … Continue reading

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From Camouflage to Cuisine:Blue-Winged Teal

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries recently released information on how Louisiana’s ongoing drought is affecting wildlife – including migratory waterfowl. Continue reading

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A Milestone for Sportsman’s Paradise

Recently, our Sportsman’s Paradise made history by breaking ground on the single largest habitat restoration project in US history. The Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion will reconnect the Mississippi River with its wetlands and build up to 27 square miles of habitat in Barataria Basin. Continue reading

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Going Coastally Crazy

Recreational fishing is a popular pastime in Louisiana, annually attracting thousands of tourists and locals. However, habitat degradation and loss of critical wetlands, estuaries and marshes is making it more challenging for recreational fishermen to catch two of our favorite … Continue reading

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Birds of a Feather Rockefeller Together

Teal and geese take flight at Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge in southwest Louisiana. Continue reading

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Louisiana Legislators Gather for the Coast

Vanishing Paradise and partners host members of the Louisiana delegation of the Congressional Sporting Caucus. Continue reading

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