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Last year, TNC's Executive Director, Mark Tercek, wrote a blog post about why Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is important to the conservation movement.
In Louisiana, we're using science to make wise water use decisions.
Think climate change is too big of a problem to solve? Think again. Small changes in our everyday lives can make a big difference in helping protect coastal Louisiana and other areas at risk.
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!
Members of The Nature Conservancy's Legacy Club recently went to Cypress Island Preserve to view the wading bird rookery, go for a walk along the levee trail, enjoy fried shrimp po-boys for lunch, and visit with Louisiana's State Director, Keith Ouchley.
Students with the New Orleans Recreation Development Commission and Chevron's Future Leaders program visited Grand Isle to learn about oyster reefs and native forests.
The people of Grand Isle, Louisiana feel a deep connection to life on the Gulf of Mexico.
Explore the groundbreaking work The Nature Conservancy is doing in North Louisiana with Dr. Keith Ouchley.