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America’s WETLAND Foundation

Louisiana’s coastal wetland, America’s WETLAND, is one of the largest and most productive wetlands in North America but is threatened by rapid and severe erosion. In 2003 the America’s WETLAND Foundation was founded to manage a comprehensive public education campaign and raise public awareness of the impact Louisiana’s wetland loss has on the state, nation and world in order to gain support for efforts to restore coastal Louisiana. Visit Their Site⇒

David Keane Named Chair of America’s Wetland Foundation’s Industry Council
(PDF, 49kb)

Building a Resilient Gulf Coast
(PDF, 9.3MB)

Deltas 2010 Report of Findings (PDF, 5.2mb)

Blue Ribbon Resilient Communities:
Envisioning The Future Of America’s Energy Coast –
Overview And Schedule Of Meetings (PDF, 3mb)

Presentation of Research Findings: Resiliency Web and Core Values: Plaquemines Parish (PDF, 1.1mb)

Presentation of Research Findings: Resiliency Web and Core Values: Lake Charles (PDF, 1.1mb)

Call For Beneficial Use Of Dredged Material (PDF, 24kb)

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