Under the direction of state coordinator Terri Jacobson, the Junior Duck Stamp Program's 2016 art contest provides a way for Louisiana youth to get involved in waterfowl conservation with their artistic ability and gives them an opportunity to be recognized for their talent on a national scale.  read the article »
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Volunteers with and without boats are needed! There will be a special volunteer day on Saturday, February 13 from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. The drop-off sites will also be open through the entire week of February 13-21. Volunteers must register online or on-site. There are a few ways you can help. read the article »
The Clean Harbors, LLC facility near Colfax is designed to dispose of explosive wastes. The facility uses an outdated open-burn method, which can release harmful chemicals into the atmosphere and nearby environment. The facility now has an application to quadruple the rate of burning. This application is available for public view and commentary until February 29. (Photo credit: LEAN) read the article »
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