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The last few weeks serve as another reminder of the tremendous power of wind and water – and the critical importance of protecting our coast.      

Louisiana’s coastal wetlands provide our cities and people a critical line of defense against storms.  We continue to lose these wetlands at a rate of a football field of land every 100 minutes, but we’re on the edge of action to protect ourselves.  We are embarking upon what is expected to be the largest environmental restoration project in our nation’s history.  The state is working to break ground on the first major project to re-connect the Mississippi River to our starving wetlands, the Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion, by 2020. The importance of this project cannot be overstated.  Sediment diversions are the cornerstone approach of Louisiana’s Coastal Master Plan. We need to start building without delay.   Read Press Release.   Read Report.

whitebirdsCoalition To Restore Coastal Louisiana


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