Delta Dispatches: Delta Dispatches Joins the American Shoreline Podcast Network

On today’s show, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham stop by to tell listeners about Coastal News Today and the American Shoreline Podcast Network, which will now be featuring the Delta Dispatches podcast. Listen in to hear all about the work Tyler and Peter are doing for the coast and what’s coming up in Delta Dispatches.   Listen Now:

Delta Dispatches: The Meraux Foundation

On today’s show Blaise Pezold, Coastal & Environmental Program Manager of the Meraux Foundation joins the program to talk with Jacques & Simone about what he does for the Meraux Foundation, what a typical day entails, what it was like to help design the Bayou La Loutre Ridge & Marsh restoration project and more! Erin Brown, from National Wildlife Federation’s Vanishing Paradise program also stops by to talk with Jacques & Simone about Cook Off for the Coast, duck hunting …

Delta Dispatches: A Fishing Guide’s View to Louisiana Land Loss

Welcome to Delta Dispatches with hosts, Jacques Hebert & Simone Maloz. They’re joined by Lucas Bissett, Fly Fishing Charter Captain of Low Tide Charters, who talks about his role with Low Tide, getting a first-hand view of Louisiana’s coastal land loss crisis, and his documentary. Later in the show, they’re joined by Ryan Chauvin, Digital Marketing and Communications Manager for Restore The Mississippi River Delta Coalition and National Audubon Society to talk about a new ad that will air during …

Delta Dispatches: Talk on a Half-Shell

On today’s episode of Delta Dispatches, Simone and Jacques are joined by Eric Carnegie, Owner of Jolie Pearl. He talks about his background, how Jolie Pearl got its start and how oysters differ depending on where they are sourced, off-bottom production and much more! Continuing on the theme of oysters Christa Russell, Restoration Program Assistant with CRCL joins the program to talk with Jacques and Simone about their oyster shell recycling program, what people can expect when they volunteer and …

Delta Dispatches: Louisiana’s Coast and the Law with Mark Davis and Chris Dalbom

On this episode of Delta Dispatches, Simone and Jacques welcome Mark Davis, and Christopher J Dalbom, JD from the Tulane Institute on Water Resources Law & Policy. They talk about presenting at January’s CPRA board meeting, some of the biggest legal issues facing Louisiana’s coast, and their upcoming seminar on coastal law and more! Later in the show, they’re joined by the campaign director of Restore the Mississippi River Delta, Steve to talk about CPRA’s announcement regarding the permit for …

Delta Dispatches: What’s Ahead in 2019

Welcome to Delta Dispatches with hosts, Jacques Hebert & Simone Maloz. Today’s first guest is is Bren Haase, executive director of Coastal Progress & Lost Lake at the Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA). To kickoff the show, Bren looks back at the CPRA’s successes in 2018 such as Whiskey Island, Lost Lake, and Center for River Studies. Next, we look ahead to what’s next for coastal restoration in 2019. To end the show, Simone and Jacques bring on …

Delta Dispatches: Holiday Round Table!

Welcome to the final Delta Dispatches of 2018! Hosts Jacques Hebert & Simone Maloz catch up with all their friends to recap 2018 and look forward to a great New Year. Special thanks to all our guests: Chip Klein, Robert Twilley, Steve Cochran, Alisha Renfro, Alex Kolker, Arthur Johnson, Brad Barth, Lauren Averill, Clint Wilson, Derek Brockbank, Jimmy Frederick, and Rudy Simoneaux!   Listen Now:

Delta Dispatches: These Resources Put Louisiana’s Coast at Your Fingertips

Welcome to Delta Dispatches with hosts, Jacques Hebert & Simone Maloz. On today’s show Anne Hawes, Outreach & Engagement Director & Public Information Director of CPRA joins the show to talk about her background, CPRA’s work to protect & restore coastal Louisiana, how many projects that are currently in construction across the coast, and CPRA’s new blog and tools! In the second half the show, Dr. John Lopez, Director, Coastal Sustainability Program of Pontchartrain Basin Foundation also stops by to …

Delta Dispatches: Talking Oysters

11.16.2018 | Posted by Delta Dispatches: Talking Oysters

Welcome to Delta Dispatches with hosts, Simone Maloz & Jacques Hebert. On today’s show Richard Condrey, former professor at LSU in the Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences stops by to talk with Jacques & Simone about his background, the value of Louisiana fisheries to the rest of the world, the Baton Rouge Audubon Society (BRAS) and his blog “The Great Barrier Reef of the Americas: Coastal Lessons from the Past.” Natalie Snider, director of science policy at EDF also …

Delta Dispatches: In Search of Louisiana’s Mysterious Marsh Bird

On today’s show Erik Johnson, Director of Bird Conservation at Audubon Louisiana & Justin Lehman, Coastal Marshbird Technician, also from Audubon Louisiana stop by to talk with Jacques & Simone about being vocal about stopping the proposal to build an airport on Elmer’s Island, how things are going restoration wise from a bird perspective, Justin’s typical day in the Louisiana marshes, the new project Black Rails, the surveys being conducted and more! Arthur Johnson, Chief Executive Officer of the Lower …

Delta Dispatches – Nicholls State University: Closest to the Coast

On today’s show Dr. Jay Clune, President of Nicholls State University joins the program to talk about his path to becoming President of the university, and what makes Nicholls a special place including Nicholls Farm and the Nicholls Center of Excellence and business incubator. Simone and Jacques are also joined by Nicki Boudreaux, the Instructor of Mass Communication at Nicholls. She talks about what made the intersect the coast and communicating, and how she has seen communication change since she …

Delta Dispatches: Resilience in Coastal Communities

On today’s show, Brandon Champagne stops by to talk with Simone & Jacques about his LSU Undergrad Honors Thesis – “Resilience in Context: How Cultural Factors Influence Migration Decisions of Individuals in Flood-Prone Areas of Coastal Louisiana”. Then, Dr. Shirley Laska from University of New Orleans joins the program to talk with Jacques & Simone about her background, what changes she has seen in the time she has spent in our coastal communities, what she has seen & experienced that …

Delta Dispatches: Experiencing Coastal Culture

On today’s show Dr. Theryn Henkel, Assistant Director for the Coastal Sustainability Program at the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation (LBPF) stops by to talk about their hot projects, their planting happening tomorrow & October 20th, what they have coming up in November and more! Jonathan Foret, Executive Director of the South Louisiana Wetlands Discovery Center also joins the show to talk with Simone & Jacques about Rougarou Fest, the mission of the SLWDC, ways to support the SLWDC, Swamp Camp …

Delta Dispatches: Coastal Poll – Louisiana Voters Support Coastal Restoration

On today’s show Tom Ordes, owner of Atlas Shoring LLC joins the show to talk with Jacques & Simone about what his company does, the process of home elevations, how to get funding and how to find more information on home elevations. Steve Cochran from Restore the Mississippi River Delta stops by to talk with Jacques & Simone about what news he is keeping his eyes on for the next few months, the new poll that came out today, what …

Delta Dispatches: Coastal Connections: From Bayou Lafourche to Buras

Welcome to Delta Dispatches with hosts, Simone Maloz & Jacques Hebert. On today’s show, Ryan Perque from Friends of Bayou Lafourche stops by to talk with Simone & Jacques about what is happening with their organization, what is coming up and more! On the second half of the show, Brad Barth of CPRA joins the show to talk about the wonderful initiatives that CPRA has going on.   Listen Now: