STAKEHOLDER ATLAS OF LOUISIANA
Expand the Stakeholder Atlas of Coastal Louisiana, a document that identifies major private landowners, public projects, and authorities that have legal rights or duties in coastal Louisiana. The atlas also provides a broad overview of policy in the region. We created the atlas to assist the Corps of Engineers as it was developing the Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration study in early 2008. We expect to expand the atlas, both in terms of geographic coverage and programs and agency jurisdictions described. These expansions will be driven by demand from state and federal agencies as well as private foundations. Stakeholder Atlas of Coastal Louisiana
COASTAL LAND TRUST
Work with state regulators to create rules and regulations that reconcile surface and subsurface land management with state coastal conservation, restoration and protection initiatives. The intent of this project is to create a coastal land trust that will increase the speed with which coastal projects can be brought on line.