CBS' 60 Minutes Features Tabasco® and AWF Board Member Tony Simmons

The March 16, 2014 edition of CBS's oldest and most-watched newsmagazine - 60 Minutes - profiled McIlhenny Company's CEO and AWF Board Member Anthony "Tony" Simmons. CBS stated, "The hot sauce industry is on fire with revenue of more than a billion dollars but it all began with just one name - Tabasco®." You can watch the 13 minute segment here.


Strong Coast, Strong Texas Favored by Majority of Texans

Houston, Texas - Statewide survey results released today by the America's WETLAND Foundation (AWF) show a majority of Texans worried about the future of the Texas coast as an economic engine driven by a healthy ecosystem.


News from America's WETLAND

Every hour of every day, Louisiana loses the equivalent of a football field of land to coastal erosion. Join AWF and the Estuarians as we rally together to face this challenge now, so that future generations can continue to benefit from our beloved coast and all that is rooted here in America's WETLAND. For a $25 dollar donation or more, you will be granted AWF Home Team Membership, which includes the AWF monthly newsletter, a limited edition AWF camper mug, and other AWF promotional items. Help us keep it alive!


Super Bowl Ad Calls on the Home Team to Help Restore Coast!

The America's WETLAND Foundation (AWF) will launch its new 'GAME ON!' campaign to save coastal Louisiana with an advertisement titled 'Eagle,' during Super Bowl XLVIII, expected to be one of the most-watched television events of the year.


AWF extends "Football Field" message

In 2003, AWF gathered a group of Louisiana leaders and members of the press at LSU Tiger Stadium and, utilizing the large screen, revealed a video of water covering the field with the now familiar "football field of land lost every 50 minutes to coastal erosion" message. Since that time, billions of media impressions have been earned with the metaphor of the football field used in thousands of stories and speeches about the loss of coastal Louisiana.


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Saints Recognize the Value of America's WETLAND at Monday Night Football Game

The America's WETLAND Foundation will be showcased at the nationally televised Monday Night Football game between the New Orleans Saints and the Miami Dolphins on September 30, 2013.


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America's WETLAND Foundation Volunteer Planting Opportunity

Please consider joining us for this volunteer planting opportunity and help contribute to saving our precious Louisiana wetland.


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Lessons in coastal restoration from Vietnam: R. King Milling

World Delta Dialogues II recently concluded in Saigon - now Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The first World Delta Dialogues was held in New Orleans two and a half years ago. Both were organized by the America's WETLAND Foundation.


America's WETLAND Foundation Board Member Karen Gautreaux to speak at NCSL Webinar

America's WETLAND Foundation is pleased to announce that Foundation Board member Karen Gautreaux, Director, Government Relations, Louisiana Chapter of the Nature Conservancy will be speaking at The National Conference of State Legislators' 2013 Summer E-Learning Joint Webinar Series. The event gathers legislative colleagues from around the country for a series of webinars on topics that cross a variety of NCSL Committee jurisdictions.The third installment in the series, RESTORE-ing Our Coast: A Look at the RESTORE Act and the Future of the Gulf Coast, will take place Thursday, June 27 at 4p.m. ET/ 3p.m. CT/ 2p.m. MT/ 1p.m. PT.


Summary editorial of World Delta Dialogues 2013 Vietnam

Hosted by the America's WETLAND Foundation, Viet Nam National University - Ho Chi Minh City, the Viet Nam Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, and the Kingdom of the Netherlands, DELTAS2013 VIETNAM was a unique gathering in Ho Chi Minh City of global representatives from many sectors and political circles to discuss solutions to some of the most acute challenges facing Vietnam and its delta, the broader Mekong River system, and major deltas and watersheds worldwide.


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