Louisiana wraps up its largest ever coastal restoration project report from Fox 8 News.
By Garrett Ohlmeyer Staff Writer
Gov. John Bel Edwards joined state and local officials to celebrate the completion of the Caminada Headland, the state’s largest restoration project to date.
The $216 million project restored more than 1,000 acres of habitat and more
By Sara Sneath, NOLA.com | The Times‑Picayune Follow on Twitter on March 20, 2017 at 3:03 PM
The largest single ecosystem repair project in the 12‑year history of Louisiana’s Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority is now complete. The state spent $215.9
March 2017 SHORELINE
Welcome to the March 2017 online issue of the SHORELINE Newsletter.
Articles in this issue include:
2017 Beaches and Beyond – comprehensive beaches legislation is introduced
BeachWatch Bill Tracking List – bills we are monitoring in 2017
2017 Tech Conference: It’s a Wrap
CPRA Awards E & D Contracts for Deepwater Horizon NRDA Restoration Projects
Louisiana’s Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA) announces awards for engineering and design (E&D) contracts for coastal restoration projects to address injuries to natural resources caused by the Deepwater
Coastal Caminada Restoration Important to Economic Future of Port Fourchon, America’s Largest Energy Port
PORT FOURCHON, LA. (March 9, 2017) – Coastal restoration is more than just restoring marsh and shoreline ecosystems; for Louisiana’s working coast that restoration is a necessary protective
The Caminada Headland is in the news again, and CEC is proud to contribute to such an important project for coastal Louisiana.
For more information about the challenges and goals of the Caminada Headland restoration, check out this article: