Tell Louisiana legislators: Restoring the coast is not up for debate
Louisiana is losing a football field of land every 100 minutes, and the science tells us it’s not getting better.
Please add your voice to the map below so, together, we can deliver a strong message to the Legislature and governor.
2019 is a major election year in Louisiana: Every seat in the Legislature and the Governorship will be up for election. While we currently enjoy strong support for the coastal restoration work urgently needed in Louisiana, we can’t take this support for granted. Given the turnover, we need you to help maintain this support in 2020.
Everyone who cares about our coast has a role to play to make sure that our elected officials understand the value and importance of this coastal work!
The decisions made today will determine what kind of Louisiana we leave our kids and grandkids.
Help protect Louisiana for our future and their future. Thank you!
Please sign the form on this page and add your name to the map. Make sure our elected officials know that we’re watching and we care about our coast.
Thank you for supporting our coast!
Ready to take the next step? Here are a few ways you can have a direct impact:
Thank you for putting your name on the map and showing your support for our coast! Please join us for a Meet & Greet with Restore the Mississippi River Delta! Whether you’re new to the issue, well-versed, in Kindergarten, or long-retired – we have something for you! Take a virtual tour of the coast, get the latest updates, and learn about the many important ways you can help support restoration!
Please join us after work for a drink, dinner, and a short presentation. We’ll also have fun activities and goodies. Bring a friend!
DATE: March 28 (Thursday)
WHERE: 3801 Canal Street, Suite 400 (Mid-City, NOLA)
RSVP: Contact Matt at email@example.com by Monday, 3/25
Build a Living Shoreline
Get your hands dirty and help restore the coast! Our partners at the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana (CRCL) are in year five of their Oyster Shell Recycling Program, which recycles shells from participating New Orleans-based restaurants and uses that shell to restore oyster reefs and shoreline habitat across coastal Louisiana. As a volunteer, you’ll play a role in creating a new oyster reef that will allow for the growth of new oysters, create new fish habitat and act as a wave break which will knock down storm surge and allow new land to build up behind the reef. Dates: Dates: March 23 | April 13
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