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DID YOU KNOW… Louisiana Coastal Master Plan projects can reduce storm surge damage 75%- 90% in some coastal communities.


CPRA releases Quarterly Progress Report, October,2017


The 2017 Coastal Master Plan has passed unanimously through the State House and Senate.


Input your address on our Master Plan Data Viewer and select Flood Risk to see how a storm could affect your property.






In the News

The Advocate – “Winding from one corner of the warehouse to the other, the trough of the Mississippi River dominates the gigantic but still dry model of southeast Louisiana. But by peering closer, visitors can see the ripples of other…

September 21, 2017

The Times-Picuyane.  — Louisiana’s Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority said Tuesday (Sept. 19) it has received a $14.2 million grant to engineer, design and seek permits for the Maurepas Swamp diversion project. The project will funnel freshwater and sediment from…

September 21, 2017

MORGAN CITY – A group of scientists and community activists is calling on Louisiana to declare an emergency over the rapid die-off of roseau cane, a tall and sturdy marsh grass that holds together large sections of the vulnerable coast.…

August 22, 2017

Federal money for local coastal projects may be not be cut after all.

August 16, 2017

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