The Mayor backs the Mid-Barataria Diversion.
Two sides of the story – one has green grass the does not. Will the Diversion help?
Lt Gov and St Bernard Parish say no to Diversion
Oil terminal on the Mississippi in Plaquemines Parish
Over 30 years ago two organizations emerged to protect the Louisiana coast. The Pontchartrain Conservancy (originally known as the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation) and the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana were new organizations, but the problems they sought to correct
The Mighty Mississippi waters full of silt built the Louisiana Delta. The Corps of Engineers, helping commerce, built dams and constrained the River. These efforts helped commerce but stopped the land building and now we are in dire straits. Enter
Yesterday there were two articles providing ways to comment about the Mid-Barataria Diversion. The first was short and sweet on how to comment and it said: At $2 billion, the Mid-Barataria sediment diversion project is a key piece of Louisiana’s
One of the most expensive, ambitious and controversial proposals in Louisiana’s 50-year, $50 billion bid to save the southern third of the state from disappearing like a modern-day Atlantis passed a major milestone Thursday night with the release of a