Bayou Vermilion Preservation
What Can I Do?
Bayou Treasures - a Water Weekend
Water Weekend Program
Visionary Water Symposium
Clean Streams Talks
Bayou Vermilion Treasures Symposium Slides
Saving the Bayou
LDEQ's Nonpoint Source Pollution Unit and Bayou Vermilion - Gregory Waldron
2014 Boat Festival and Boat Parade
Water Quality Parameters
2015 On-Line Rain Barrel Auction Rules
What is a Rain Barrel?
2016 On-Line Rain Barrel Auction Rules
2016 Saturday Paddle
2016 Sunset Cruise
2017-2018 Rain Barrel Art Contest
Clean Streams Lecture - Rebecca Triche - Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Prior to joining LWF in 2012, Triche was a consultant working with nonprofit organizations in capacity building and project management that focused on energy efficiency, environmental education and volunteer programming.
She previously worked as senior coordinator with National Wildlife Federation, program associate with Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation (now Louisiana Foundation), and deputy director with the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana. Her education includes a bachelor of mass communication from LSU and a master of public administration from The George Washington University.
The Louisiana Wildlife Federation is a statewide conservation education and advocacy organization with more than 10,000 members and 28 affiliate groups. Established in 1940, it is affiliated with the National Wildlife Federation and represents a broad constituency of conservationists including hunters, fishers, campers, birders, boaters, and other outdoor enthusiasts.
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