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Your Voice is Needed on a Critical Restoration Project for Louisiana's Coast

As the State of Louisiana and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) move forward with the permitting process for the Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion – one of the most important restoration projects in the Coastal Master Plan – your voice and support are needed.

Urge the Corps to act swiftly and get the Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion under construction as quickly as possible!

Defend Louisiana’s Coast Against Devastating Budget Cuts!

The president’s proposed budget would have devastating effects on Louisiana’s coast and the people, wildlife and jobs that depend on it. This is hundreds of millions of dollars in funding that our state desperately needs!

Urge your members of congress to protect coastal restoration funding!

Supporter Spotlight

The Very Rev. William " Bill" Terry - Restore the Mississippi River Delta

The Very Rev. William “Bill” Terry

Rector of St. Anna’s Episcopal Church, New Orleans, LA.
How I got involved:

I became interested in the work of Restore the Mississippi River Delta when I was offered an opportunity to highlight their work during a Sunday Service that focused on nature. Since then I have been impressed with the educational and advocacy work done by the Coalition in working to save our coastline and wetlands.

Why I love Louisiana:

I am a native of Louisiana and spent my childhood raised on the water along the Gulf coastal marshlands. Later in life I was involved with the Gulf Coast fisheries industry. The richness of this Louisiana and her coastal lands, waters, villages and reefs are part of who I am and how I know the world. To see harm done to any of it is like harm is being done to my family. I want my grandchildren and their grandchildren to at least retain what is and if possible restore some of what was. I love Louisiana.