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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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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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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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Creating Paradise at Davis Pond

Nearly a year after Hurricane Ida, the Davis Pond Freshwater Diversion provides answers for both coastal restoration and protection, as it both builds prime fish and wildlife habitat and mitigates storm damage in the Barataria Basin. Continue reading

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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

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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

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IN THE FIELD: Chandeleur Sound Living Shoreline

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

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Cranking and Chattering for Redfish

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

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Seeing is Believing When it Comes to Restoring Coastal Louisiana

This month’s “Coastal Connections” event was hosted by VP Sporting Council member Ryan Lambert in Buras, La and brought together more than a 100 people to learn about the proposed Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion. Continue reading

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