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ItÂ’s opening day of hurricane season and once again our communities are left vulnerable

to storm surge events. Despite congressional mandates, the Army Corps is years behind

deadline to restore the decimated wetlands along the MRGO.

Together, we will stand up and speak out to ask the Corps to make the protection of our

communities top priority. Hear from community leaders who are taking action to make

coastal Louisiana more sustainable and how we can all work to ensure a healthy, safe

future for our families.


Bayou Bienvenue Cypress Triangle Platform

(Caffin @ Florida, on the water) - Lower 9th Ward


1st Day of Hurricane Season

Monday, June 1st, Noon - 1pm


Jacquelyn B. Clarkson (New Orleans City Council Vice President)

Craig Taffaro (St. Bernard Parish President)

Cynthia Willard-Lewis (New Orleans City Council District E)

Pam Dashiell (Lower 9th Ward Center for Sustainable Engagement & Development)

Beth Galante (Global Green)



Amanda Moore, National Wildlife Federation, 225.229.1944,,

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