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This booklet explains the basics of CWPPRA, covering funding, project selection, strengths and successes, as well as various other areas.
Henri Heron's Activity Book
Teaching our children to understand conservation is an integral step to ensure our wetlands will continue to be in existence for future generations. Use this activity book to start the discussion with your children about Louisiana's coastal wetlands and their conservation.
Partners in Restoration
Partners in Restoration" is a 25th anniversary coffee-table document that highlights the Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection and Restoration Act (CWPPRA) efforts. Learn more about the various types of coastal restoration projects implemented in Southern Louisiana. Partners in Restoration is a colorful look at different project sites offering an insider’s look at what has resulted from five federal agencies and the State of Louisiana working together to save and protect Louisiana’s ecosystem and economy.
This magazine is currently published twice a year to help the public better understand
the work of CWPPRA (the Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection and Restoration Act).
The issues are grouped by year.
Southeast Louisiana Land Loss Map
This map shows historical and projected Land loss in the southeast Louisiana deltaic
plain. It measures 20" by 20". Download.
2015 Reports to Congress
Every three years, the CWPPRA program creates an evaluation report to be sent to the U.S. Congress on the effectiveness of CWPPRA projects.
Explore Coastal Louisiana
This interactive educational and entertaining CD invites middle school children
to learn about our wetlands as they visit Boudreaux and Marie in their camp.
This CD will teach students basic skills and inspire coastal stewardship through a cartoon
learning environment. Ideal for students in 4th - 8th grade.
LaCoast.gov Screen Saver
The LaCoast.gov screen saver has fifty five images relating to Louisiana's wetlands.
LaCoast_gov.exe (Windows executable