The Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana is closely monitoring news and guidance from local and national governments and public health officials about the coronarivus COVID-19 and carefully considering the steps we must take to ensure the safety of our staff, volunteers and others with whom we interact in the course of our work. We are committed to following best practices. We have canceled all volunteer events for March. The organizations hosting the State of the Coast conference are working on plans to adapt to a fast-changing situation. The 2020 conference will not be canceled, but it may be rescheduled for later in the year. We will be sharing further updates as they become available.
Biloxi Marsh Living Shoreline Project
This time-lapse video shows dramatic changes to the shoreline in Lake Athanasio in the Biloxi Marsh. Over the course of a year, the installation of our living shoreline reef slows the erosion rate by nearly half compared to an area close by without one. View Video.
The state’s 2017 Coastal Master Plan consists of 120 different restoration projects across the Louisiana coast. All projects are valuable to decreasing land loss, but certain projects can have broader impacts. CRCL highlights several key restoration projects that are critical to slowing this land loss. Read more.
"The Louisiana coast is our future. We can’t keep losing so much each year. We have to stand up and do something about it."
—Devin Ferguson, Age 18, West Feliciana High School