6/22/2017
A tiny bug with a big appetite is the latest threat to Louisiana's coast, killing Roseau cane, which helps bind soil, trap sediment, and reduce wind and storm damage. Scientists are still trying to get research funding - meanwhile, the insect continues to destroy thousands of acres of the cane, weakening the marsh's ability to protect us from storms.  read the article »
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From LWF's Annual Meeting in 2016     Join us in Lafayette for LWF’s 2017 Annual Meeting on Saturday, August 19. You can register online. Check out the schedule of events and download the meeting announcement. read the article »
Pres. Trump's 2018 budget is calling for the elimination of GOMESA funds. These funds are an integral part of Louisiana's plans for implementing coastal protection and restoration projects. Tell Congress to reject this proposal and amend the federal budget to maintain GOMESA funding. read the article »
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