The Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana is a non-profit organization whose mission is to drive bold, science-based action to rebuild Coastal Louisiana through outreach, restoration and advocacy.
Beginning in February, CRCL will host four unique events throughout Coastal Louisiana that will provide a high level overview of Louisiana’s coastal land loss crisis including what’s at risk and our state’s plan for action. Together, we will take a closer look at projects and restoration efforts specific to the area where each event is being held.
Every year the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana is proud to honor individuals and organizations who demonstrate extraordinary commitment to the coast with a CRCL Coastal Stewardship Award. These awards are CRCL’s highest form of recognition for those who go above and beyond for our coast, and we need your help to discover worthy candidates for the honors.
CRCL’s Habitat Restoration program has had a very busy year and we are looking forward to 2017. In February, we restored the cypress forests of Jean Lafitte National Park by planting over 600 cypress saplings along the Bayou Segnette Waterway. In April, we completed our two-year long 10,000 trees initiative in the Caernarvon outfall.