The Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA) will accept proposals for new projects to be included in the 2017 Coastal Master Plan. New projects can be proposed:
- that build and/or sustain land;
- provide significant flood risk reduction;
- address radical shifts in the coastal landscape;
- confront future uncertainty challenges.
New projects can be proposed by any external source, including academia, parishes, elected officials, agencies, NGO’s, landowners, business/industry, and the general public.
All proposals must be delivered electronically (in PDF format) to MasterPlan@la.gov.
Download more information here, including complete details on the types of projects that can be proposed, screening guidelines, and submittal details.
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