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Conservation Markets News ItemsChanging the Endangered Species Act could actually help conservation - The Macomb Daily7/25/2018 10:16:15 AM
The Macomb Daily Changing the Endangered Species Act could actually help conservation The Macomb Daily The architects of the Endangered Species Act likely couldn't have anticipated a 2011 decision by the Fish and Wildlife Service to declare roughly 1,500 acres of private property in southeastern Louisiana as critical habitat for the frog. The reasons ... Less litigation, more conservation Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Tate Watkins: Why change the endangered species act? To help the endangered species, that's why Tulsa World Endangered Species | ESA Implementation - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service ECOS - National Wildlife Federation - Endangered Species Coalition all 115 news articles »
Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Lafayette area Business Briefs for July 22, 2018 - The Advocate7/22/2018 1:28:17 AM
Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Lafayette area Business Briefs for July 22, 2018 The Advocate The workshop is sponsored by the LSU AgCenter, the Louisiana Master Farmer Program and Natural Resources Conservation Service. ... The first deals with market research and finding a niche that would help a company find business as a GSA contractor. and more »
Conservation Servitudes News ItemsThe Fall 2018 Kids' Indie Next List Preview - BTW8/15/2018 3:14:54 PM
BTW The Fall 2018 Kids' Indie Next List Preview BTW Leaving the world she has known in Florida, Louisiana ends up in a small town in Georgia where she meets a cast of richly drawn characters intent on either making her life difficult or offering her connection in an uncertain time. ..... Backyard Bears ... and more »
How to settle an argument in Sportsman's Paradise - Alexandria Town Talk6/5/2018 12:00:13 AM
Alexandria Town Talk How to settle an argument in Sportsman's Paradise Alexandria Town Talk One of the biggest issues the Legislature left undone during the regular session that concluded last month is settling a years-long dispute over who has the right to fish or operate a boat in Louisiana's coastal waterways. Anglers lost a ... “If we're ...
Louisiana Policies Threaten Sport Fishing - Sport Fishing5/22/2018 12:21:41 PM
Sport Fishing Louisiana Policies Threaten Sport Fishing Sport Fishing First, unlike other states, Louisiana does not recognize a public-trust doctrine — rooted in ancient Roman law and part of modern law in the United States — of “navigable servitude .” That basically requires submerged lands to be managed for the use ...
How People Talk Now Holds Clues about Human Migration Centuries Ago - Scientific American3/4/2018 8:00:13 AM
Scientific American How People Talk Now Holds Clues about Human Migration Centuries Ago Scientific American Across history, this was often in the context of colonialism, indentured servitude and slavery. For example, in the U.S., Louisiana Creole was formed by speakers of French and several African languages in the French slave colony of Louisiana . As people ...
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry sues Army Corps over land losses - The Advocate2/9/2018 5:36:51 PM
The Advocate Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry sues Army Corps over land losses The Advocate The canal servitude through the conservation area — which now is managed by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries — was granted to the Corps in 1928 when the area was still private land. The servitude was carried over to the state in ... Louisiana sues federal government to repair erosion along Gulf Intracoastal Waterway NOLA.com AG Jeff Landry sues Corps over Vermilion Parish land The Daily Advertiser all 14 news articles »
Louisiana Pipeline Project Spurs Demand for Land-Grab Records - Courthouse News Service1/17/2018 8:32:30 PM
Courthouse News Service Louisiana Pipeline Project Spurs Demand for Land-Grab Records Courthouse News Service The conservation groups claim that, in 2016, before it received the required permits for the proposed pipeline, Bayou Bridge Pipeline “began pursuing easements and/or servitudes across privately-owned property and expropriating the properties when ...