Little is new in Louisiana’s annual plan for addressing the rapid filling-in of the Atchafalaya Swamp. Hampered by limited funding streams, the state’s $6 million Atchafalaya Basin Program pales in comparison to the state’s massive restoration efforts along the shoreline.
Louisiana’s marshes are masters at capturing carbon from the air, locking it in the soil beneath the water’s surface where it won’t disturb the atmosphere or the climate. They act as a huge carbon sink along the coast of the
Not known for being a clean river, the Mississippi has been used as a dump for sewage and other runoffs all through its length. In 1972 the Clean Water Act was enacted and the river began a path to clean
Rep Scalise wrote an op ed on oil and the misname of Cancer Alley which Bob Marshall disagreed with. Now the Advocate has entered the fray with an editorial that says we do indeed have a problem. Biden said “environmental