NEW ORLEANS — The Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana, a statewide nonprofit dedicated to addressing coastal land loss in Louisiana, has named its board of directors and leadership for 2023. The organization, which belongs to the Restore the Mississippi River Delta campaign, recently marked its 35th anniversary. CRCL advocates for science-based coastal policy and conducts boots-on-the-ground restoration projects through its Native Plants Program and its Oyster Shell Recycling Program. The nonprofit also educates students through its Future Coastal Leaders program and hosts the biennial State of the Coast conference.
“We are fortunate to have a strong Board, one whose members are deeply knowledgeable and involved in the restoration of our coast, and who also represent the diversity of our state,” said Kim Reyher, CRCL executive director. “This is such an important time for our state, as we implement large-scale projects, and our Board is poised to help bring our dreams to fruition.” Shelf Bracket
The leaders of CRCL’s board are:
New members of the board are:
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