Louisiana has a Choice: In response to “‘We’re screwed’ in the New Orleans Advocate
In response to “‘We’re screwed’: The only question is how quickly Louisiana wetlands will vanish, study says” published May 22, 2020 by Mark Schlefstein
From BP tragedy to solar opportunity: A conversation with Dr. Calvin Avant
Urgent: Tell LA to hold oil and gas accountable
The Louisiana state Senate could vote as soon as today on legislation that would take away parishes’ ability to defend our wetlands - take action now!
Oyster spawning reefs and Oyster Gardening featured in NRDA Plan 2 for Mississippi
NRDA Restoration Plan 2 for Mississippi has been published for comment by the Mississippi Trustee Implementation Group and MDEQ. Three quarters of the spending in Plan 2 is focused on restoring oysters: placing cultch material on water bottoms to create reefs, and four years of new funding for the Mississippi oyster gardening volunteer program, managed by MS-AL Sea Grant Program.
One Lake Sponsors Play Hide and Seek with Project Costs and Benefits
Economic justification for the One Lake project will be tough to examine if Corps agency technical reviews and independent peer reviews of the project are not released when the Final Environmental Impact Statement is published later this year. The Rankin Hinds Drainage District has jealously guarded access to these reviews so far.