The Louisiana Coastal Exchange (LCX), an initiative of the America’s WETLAND Foundation, is an inventory and reporting of private sector coastal restoration projects that have been completed or are planned and available for private investment. In Louisiana, the projects must be consistent with and complementary to the state’s coastal master plan.
The Exchange will show the depth and breadth of restoration efforts beyond those sponsored by government agencies and will be a tangible demonstration of private sector support for restoration. It can serve as a tool for the state, private landowners, foundations, businesses and NGOs to demonstrate the power of partnerships.
To be included in the Exchange, projects must meet the following criteria:
If you have a prospective, completed or coastal project in process that you wish to add to the Exchange, please use this form.
The Honorable Walt Leger III, State Representative, District 91
The Honorable Jerome “Zee” Zeringue, State Representative, District 52
John B. Anderson, Ph.D. – Academic Director, Shell Center for Sustainability, Rice University
Jim Blackburn – Co-Director SSPEED Center, Rice University
Laura Bowie – Executive Director, Gulf of Mexico Alliance
Elliott Bouillion – President & CEO, Resource Environmental Solutions (RES)
Jay Clune, Ph.D. – President, Nicholls State University
Mark Davis – Director, Tulane Water Institute on Water Resources and Law Policy
Karl E. Havens, Ph.D. – Director, Florida Sea Grant College Program
Andy Kopplin, Executive Director, Greater New Orleans Foundation
Simone Maloz – Executive Director, Restore or Retreat
Craig McClain, Ph.D. – Executive Director, LUMCON
Pamela T. Plotkin, Ph.D. – Director, Texas Sea Grant College Program
Bob Stokes, President, Galveston Bay Foundation
LaDon Swann, Ph.D. – Director, Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium
Robert Twilley, Ph.D. – Executive Director, Louisiana Sea Grant College Program
Clint Willson, Ph.D, P.E., – Director, LSU Center for River Studies