Louisiana

By the Numbers:

206,712 acres saved
  • More than 83,000 acres have been preserved in partnership with the Fish and Wildlife Service.
  • More than 35,000 acres have been preserved to benefit Wildlife.

 


Featured Projects: Louisiana

Gulf Coast Vision Plan

Gulf Coast Vision Plan

The Gulf of Mexico, with its five bordering states—Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas—is a place of rich human...
Louisiana Wildlife Management Area

Louisiana Wildlife Management Area

More than two million people live in Louisiana’s coastal areas, which generate nearly $120 billion in business every year...
Maurepas Swamp Wildlife Management Area

Maurepas Swamp Wildlife Management Area

Louisiana’s coastal wetlands are an amazing resource. They provide a buffer from devastating coastal storms, absorbing heavy rains that...

More Projects: Louisiana

Go Zero At Lake Ophelia And Grand Cote National Wildlife Refuges

Go Zero At Lake Ophelia And Grand Cote National Wildlife Refuges

High above the Lake Ophelia and Grand Cote national wildlife refuges in central Louisiana, hundreds of thousands of birds...
Go Zero at Red River National Wildlife Refuge

Go Zero at Red River National Wildlife Refuge

With its roots high in the Texas Panhandle, two forks of the Red River confluence at the Texas-Oklahoma border...
Go Zero at Upper Ouachita National Wildlife Refuge, Louisiana Tree Planting

Go Zero at Upper Ouachita National Wildlife Refuge, Louisiana Tree Planting

The Upper Ouachita National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1978 to protect 42,594 acres of wildlife habitat and waterways...
Joyce Wildlife Management Area

Joyce Wildlife Management Area

For more than two decades, the Fund has been working to protect and restore Louisiana’s coastal wetland and associated upland habitats, like...