Information available to residents on False River shoreline erosion and restoration
FALSE RIVER – Information is available to homeowners to help them control shoreline erosion as a part of the False River Ecosystem Restoration Project.
The information provides suggested modifications to ensure a more natural shoreline and to foster aquatic habitat restoration.
The Pointe Coupee Parish Police Jury, the False River Watershed Council and the La. Department of Natural Resources have made an informational brochure available to residents. The brochure will be offered to the public at the upcoming Harvest Festival in downtown New Roads on Oct. 14 – 16.
For more information call, 225-638-9556
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