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Terrebonne Basin Ridge and Marsh Creation Project

Thank you for participating in this online meeting for the Bayou Terrebonne Increment of the Terrebonne Basin Ridge and Marsh Creation Project.

This project originated as the Bayou Terrebonne Ridge Restoration project in Louisiana’s Comprehensive Master Plan for a Sustainable Coast. Similar to the other projects in the plan, its design is driven by the recognition that isolated project investments often provide little benefit beyond their immediate footprint, but the scale of Louisiana’s coastal challenges demands more. As the first of four integrated investments in the Terrebonne Basin, the project is designed to combat land loss and restore habitat in an area damaged by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

The engineering and design of the project, which includes ridge and marsh creation components, have been funded through the Deepwater Horizon oil spill Natural Resource Damage Assessment process. Learn more at https://la-dwh.com/.

The project team is committed to protecting health and safety by avoiding large, in-person meetings this summer, but we desire local feedback to finalize the design of the project. If you live, work, or spend time in the project area, please contribute by taking these actions between June 24 and August 7, 2020:

  1. Click Read More > in the window below to view an update on the project’s design.
  2. After you review the information, use the comment form at the bottom of this page to share your comments, questions, or concerns with the project team.

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Download a Summary: Project Fact Sheet

 

Questions? Comments? Please submit your feedback here.

If you would like someone to follow up with you, please include your email address or phone number. We will do our best to respond to each request within five business days.

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Do you know someone without access to a computer, smartphone, or the internet? CPRA is committed to accessibility. Please fill out the comment form on their behalf or encourage them to contact Amy Shahar at 504-214-9852 to request print copies of the project fact sheet or to arrange for an alternate way to provide comments on the project.