This partnership between the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and the federal government has the potential to fund projects that will help save Louisiana’s coast and fragile ecosystem. For more information on this program, read this article written by the Daily Comet. http://www.dailycomet.com/news/20180715/grants-to-become-available-for-coastal-projects
The Bayou Lafourche Fresh Water District is partnering with Lafourche Parish Government to remove derelict vessels from Bayou Lafourche. $250,000 has been allocated by the two agencies in order to complete the project. A full article by the Daily Comet can be found here.
The Daily Comet recently wrote an article on the work being done by Friends of Bayou Lafourche. Click the link below the read the entire article http://www.dailycomet.com/news/20180601/friends-of-bayou-lafourche-to-create-bayou-map
Friends of Bayou Lafourche is in the process of developing a comprehensive and interactive map of Bayou Lafourche which will include all launches, parks, museums, historical landmarks, restaurants, lodging facilities, and much more along the 106 miles of the bayou. If you or someone you know are a part of an organization that provides access […]
It’s time to wander off the eatin’ path and taste authentic Cajun food! Download the Cajun Bayou Food Trail map and passport and get to grubbin’! Click here to get your trail map and passport.
Friends of Bayou Lafourche, Inc. (FOBL) recently signed a cooperative endeavor agreement with Nicholls State University in order to develop a master plan for the university’s bayou-side property. Through a grant from Louisiana’s Cajun Bayou Tourism, funding has been secured and FOBL has engaged Duplantis Design Group’s (DDG) landscape architects to develop a master plan. […]
Water district planning $60 million pump station http://www.dailycomet.com/news/20180501/water-district-planning-60-million-pump-station
It’s a foggy morning along Bayou Lafourche today.
**update 1/5/17 4:18PM – The water control structure is not yet fully opened. We will report back when boat traffic is able to pass through. **update 1/5/18 11:57AM – The Bayou Lafourche water control structure in Lockport is currently in the process of being re-opened. The Lockport water control structure has been closed until further […]