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On July 2, 2015, The Nature Conservancy added 5,359 acres in the Atchafalaya River Basin to our preserve system!
In Louisiana, we're using science to make wise water use decisions.
Masters students from Nicholls State University visited Grand Isle in January 2015 to learn about factors affecting Louisiana's coast, combat invasive species and teach elementary students at Grand Isle School.
Volunteer Docents help The Nature Conservancy keep our Visitor Center at Cypress Island Preserve up and running! Every year we offer a training for new and returning volunteers.
The Nature Conservancy of Louisiana recently participated in Scoutfest 2014. We set up a display to teach the scouts and their families about the importance of oyster reefs to Louisiana's coast. The boys were engaged, had fun, and learned a lot!
The Atchafalaya River Basin is one of our country’s most majestic and meaningful places. The Nature Conservancy is working with the state of Louisiana, partners, and other stakeholders to protect and restore this incredible place. It contains the only actively building delta system in the Gulf of Mexico and its survival is critical for the environment, economy, and people of the Gulf of Mexico and the entire United States.
The Nature Conservancy and Disney have collaborated to offset carbon emissions, improve wildlife habitat, and enhance freshwater quality by reforesting marginally productive agricultural lands in the Lower Mississippi River Valley.
The people of Grand Isle, Louisiana feel a deep connection to life on the Gulf of Mexico.