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Nov

November 2008 Newsletter

Give the Gift of America’s WETLAND This Holiday Season Give the gift that gives back for the holidays. By purchasing any of the items listed below you will not only get a unique gift, but you will also be donating to the America’s WETLAND Foundation. Holly Clegg’s Trim & Terrific Gulf Coast Favorites Cookbook –...
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Oct

October 2008 Newsletter

Women of the Storm Take Message to the Conventions A delegation of a dozen Women of the Storm (WOS) members traveled to Denver and St. Paul to deliver their coastal message to the national political conventions. They worked in conjunction with Friends of New Orleans, who hosted a non-partisan benefit at each location. At both...
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Sep

September 2008 Newsletter

Leaders Unveil New Accord for Sustainability of America’s Energy Coast On July 24, as Hurricane Dolly approached the south Texas coast, leaders from the Lone Star state joined business and environmental counterparts from Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama to announce a major sustainability initiative to better protect their vulnerable coastal communities and the critical infrastructure located...
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Aug

August 2008 Newsletter

Women of the Storm to Take Message to the Conventions A delegation of a dozen Women of the Storm members traveled to Denver on August 24 and will visit St. Paul on Sept. 1 to take their message to the national political conventions. They will work in conjunction with Friends of New Orleans, who will...
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Jun

July 2008 Newsletter

America’s Energy Coast Leadership Forum II The discussion about America’s domestic energy supply headlines the news and at the center of the issue is the Gulf region of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi and Alabama, where 90% of the country’s offshore energy supply is being produced right now. On July 24, the America’s WETLAND Foundation will unveil...
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Jun

June 2008 Newsletter

POLL: COASTAL CITIZENS FEAR STORMS WILL IMPACT OIL SUPPLIES Rising Gas Prices, Lack of Federal Support are 2008 Storm Warnings On May 30, just before hurricane season officially opened, the America’s WETLAND Foundation released results of 4-state poll that showed residents in the energy-producing coastal states were concerned about a storm’s impact on fuel supplies...
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May

May 2008 Newsletter

May 15th Deadline to Enter Keep Your Eye on the Prize Contest Students from across Louisiana have entered the Keep You Eye on the Prize Art, Photo and Essay Contest and the May 15th deadline is right around the corner! Sponsored by the America’s WETLAND Foundation, the contest was created to emphasize the importance of...
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Apr

April 2008 Newsletter

LAST CHANCE to Vote for America’s WETLAND March 31 is the last chance to vote for America’s WETLAND. Luzianne Coffee will donate $50,000 to charities chosen by online voters. In their mission to make the world ‘less bitter,’ they have nominated six charities, including America’s WETLAND. Annual Youth Wetlands Week: March 31 to April 4...
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Mar

March 2008 Newsletter

This month, the America’s WETLAND Foundation focuses on education. With the launch of its new Art, Photo, and Essay contest, the development of popular social networking sites, and the addition of new features for the Estuarians, America’s WETLAND is reaching out to our nation’s youth. Given the consequences of coastal land loss to our nation’s...
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Feb

February 2008 Newsletter

America’s WETLAND Conservation Corps Wins Innovator Award The Southern Growth Policies Board has named the America’s WETLAND Conservation Corps (AWCC) Louisiana’s winner of the 2008 Southern Growth Innovator Award. AWCC was chosen from more than 100 nominees in the Southern region as an outstanding initiative in youth development and engagement. AWCC, which stations full-time members...
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