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Annual Bayou Lafourche cleanup draws hundreds of volunteers

By:  Mark Hunter, The Advocate March 18, 2015 NAPOLEONVILLE — At first glance, Bayou Lafourche is a scenic brown ribbon lined with homes and camps that meanders 106 miles from Donaldsonville to the Gulf of Mexico. But a closer look reveals a blight of unsightly trash along its grassy banks for as far as a […]

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Volunteers Pull 25 Tons of Trash from Bayou Lafourche

By:  Jacob Batte, March 14, 2015 Two couches, a scooter, a washing machine, a microwave, a 40-inch television, an NBA regulation basketball goal and a vacuum cleaner. Those are some of the things volunteers pulled from Terrebonne and Lafourche parishes’ primary source for drinking water today during the 4th annual Bayou Lafourche Cleanup. From […]

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