Louisiana's Coast Needs Your Voice

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After the Deepwater Horizon disaster of 2010, coastal Louisiana was ground zero, bearing the brunt of the damage. Now, we're making concrete steps toward restoring Louisiana's coast—but we can't succeed without your help.

Under the process that specifically focuses on undoing damages from the oil spill, Louisiana has recently released its first Draft Restoration Plan, aimed at putting money from BP to use repairing the coast. But in order for the plan to truly be successful, we need to ensure it further prioritizes and plans for large-scale coastal restoration projects that will protect Louisiana's communities and wildlife for generations to come.

Tell Louisiana's oil spill trustees: Make the restoration plan the best it can be.


  • Louisiana NRDA Trustee Implementation Group


Prioritize and plan for large-scale coastal restoration

Dear [Decision Maker],

Thank you,
[Your Name]
[Your Address]
[City, State ZIP]


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