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2017 Coastal Master Plan Project Development Program

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

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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