September 24, 2021
This project will restore beach, dune, and marsh habitat within the Terrebonne Basin barrier shoreline system with restoration work on West Belle Headland, Timbalier Island, and Trinity-East Island. The project will create and/or nourish approximately 1,257 acres of marsh, dune and beach using approximately 9.2 million cubic yards of sediment. This includes restoration of over seven miles of shoreline. Sand will be dredged from an area commonly known as Ship Shoal through a lease agreement with the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM). The project is funded through the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF).
6.14.19 BOEM Press Release
#GreatNews? Today we joined @LouisianaGov, @TannerDMagee, @JZeeRep and Terrebonne Parish officials to announce Louisiana’s latest Barrier Island project, a $160M project to restore and nourish two barrier islands & one headland on the southern perimeter of the Terrebonne Basin. pic.twitter.com/NcdGGtMJAb
— LouisianaCPRA (@LouisianaCPRA) September 13, 2019