Keith Saucier, 1st Vice President of Louisiana Wildlife Federation (LWF), passed away on Saturday after a battle with cancer. Keith cared about the preservation and success of Louisiana Wildlife Federation and East Ascension Sportsman's League because he believed in helping citizens have a voice in managing our resources and encouraging people's enjoyment of being outdoors. He lived his values about protecting our environment and he will be deeply missed. (Photo of Ken Dancak, LWF President for 2011, presenting Keith Saucier with the President's Cup for outstanding service to LWF in 2011)  read the article »
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Conservation on Tap June 16 6-8pm. Join Vanishing Paradise at Black Duck Bar in Palace Cafe in New Orleans for brews and discussion. read the article »
Outdoors writer for the Times-Picayune, Todd Masson, writes a number of articles on the state of Louisiana's fisheries, both commercial and recreational. In these articles, he talks about the effect of Mississippi River diversions on fishing, as well as the effects already seen on speckled trout by the opening of the Bonnet Carre spillway. read the article »
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