Protect Our Coast. Protect Their Future.
Louisiana is losing a football field of land every 100 minutes. Our coast is our critical first line of defense against storms, but this land loss crisis is putting the Gulf of Mexico at our doorstep. It puts our future—and our children's future—at risk. But you can help.
2019 is a critical year for our coast. The decisions made now will determine what kind of Louisiana we leave for our children and grandchildren.
It's up to all of us to make sure decision-makers understand that Louisiana's coast will be the legacy we leave for our grandchildren – and it's up to us to make sure that it's a legacy of hope, innovation, and resilience.
Please share your voice and let your elected officials and agency leaders know that Louisianians are watching and we care about our coast.
Help protect Louisiana for our future. Thank you!
Thank you for supporting our coast!
Ready to take the next step? Here are a few ways you can have a direct impact:
Plant trees in the swamp!
Get your hands dirty and help restore the coast! Our partners at the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana (CRCL) and Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation are looking to CRUSH Louisiana's coastal threats! The C.R.U.S.H. Project, or Communities Restoring Urban Swamp Habitat, is working to plant 5,000 trees along the Lake Maurepas landbridge in Akers, LA and in the Central Wetlands Unit in St. Bernard Parish, LA. Sign up for a day of planting and help restore our coast. Dates: February 8 | February 9 | February 15 | February 16.
Cook-Off for the Coast
Looking to have fun while benefiting the coast? Check out the 2nd annual Cook-Off for the Coast! This free wild game cook-off benefits coastal restoration causes and will have great food, music and fun for the whole family. RSVP for the event on Facebook and we'll see you there!