Two hurricanes in 10 months show how warming atmosphere threatens agriculture, livelihoods
Ironton cemetery destroyed by Ida
Hurricane report on Grand Isle, Plaquemines Parish and NOLA
Who will buy an excess to needs refinery?
Land, river frontage purchased; rail connections approved
Smaller and Greener – Methane plant
Two sides of the story – one has green grass the does not. Will the Diversion help?
Oil terminal on the Mississippi in Plaquemines Parish
With an 8-0 vote, Plaquemines Parish Council voted against the Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion as it will hurt the Parishes economy and culture. In the strongest note of resistance to date, the Plaquemines Parish Council has decided to oppose Louisiana’s $2
Over 200 years ago, a free Black man named Andrew Durnford, operated a sugar plantation where he used slaves but paid them during the Civil War and freed them after Emancipation. This plantation was across the Mississippi in Plaquemines Parish.