Monday, January 16, 2012

What a dilemma~ Kevin McGill
~What impressed me most as I read the state's latest plan to save its coast is the map. A sea of red, representing an encroaching Gulf of Mexico, consumes almost every inch of every inhabited community south of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway in Terrebonne and Lafourche parishes. And the parts that are left within 50 years look like they would flood so often it would make them impractical to inhabit.
Dulac? Gone. Cocodrie: Underwater. Dularge? History. Montegut: A memory.

Green, Purple, Gold, Black and Blue…
~The Accidental Cajun

Tough isn't a given, it's taken.

So Bobby Jindal is holding this fundraiser for Billy Nungesser on Tuesday ~Slabbed

Last ONE left standing? Sucker punch whacks ‘citizen participation’~Tim Garrett, The Lens

Coastal restoration money bills may fall victim to partisan squabbling

Corps gets busy as river levels drop

Migration to Louisiana slowing down

Monday Morning Reads~Sky Dancing

Wetland Watchers Park adds outdoor learning area

One Oven to Rule Them All: Ancora Pizzeria and Salumeria~He Said/She Said NOLA

Brerl't Gulf Oysters~Louisiana Kitchen

Superfood Bar, O! Vegasm, Offer Veggie-Oriented Sunday Brunch~

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