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  • Diversions Operations: Addressing Socioeconomic Challenges with Fishers
  • Economist: Policy changes needed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions; voluntary actions alone won’t do the trick
  • CNREP 2016 Recognizes Public and Private Sponsors
  • Tremendous Response to CNREP 2016 Call for Abstracts
  • Wagner, Campanella and Ryker to Headline CNREP 2016 Conference


  • CNREP partners with NOAA, CPRA on Diversion Workshop
  • Boutwell to Receive ASBPA Student Award
  • CNREP welcomes new LSU graduate students and law interns
  • Water and Financing Sessions to be sponsored by the Tulane Institute on Water Resources Law & Policy at CNREP 2016
  • CNREP to lead study on Coastal Dredging Economics
  • CNREP Researcher authors post-hurricane recovery analysis
  • JOCE to recruit manuscripts at CNREP 2016
  • CNREP Announces 2016 Call for Abstracts and Session Proposals
  • Tanger Assesses Economic Impact of Feral Hog Damage
  • Fannin named LSU Rainmaker
  • Group studying rural wealth, development


  • CNREP/Sea Grant partners on Fisheries Forward initiative
  • Westra leads Market Maker programming
  • CNREP Begin Economic Study in Gulf of Mexico
  • Caffey named to Editorial board


  • Specialist: Stigma on Seafood Lingers
  • U.S. Northern Region Woody Biomass Assessment Featured on Journal of Forestry
  • Louisiana Sea Grant Releases Socioeconomic Study on the Recreational For-Hire Fishing Industry in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico  
  • Seafood Industry Braces for New Guest Worker Rules  
  • Louisiana Agriculture Tops $10.7 Billion
  • The LSU AgCenter Explores Biofuels as an Alternative Crop for Growers 
  • Timber Market Recovery Hinges on Economy and Housing Upturn
  • LSU AgCenter and LSU Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Awarded Three Food and Agricultural Sciences National Needs Graduate Fellowships
  • Experts Urge Patience at Louisiana Forestry Forum
  • Red Light Ahead: Preparing Local Governments Financially for the Next Disaster 


  • Researchers Study Agricultural Business
  • Researchers Hope to Improve Efficiency of Restoration Spending
  • Savolainen Honored with Schmied Award
  • Caffey Named Sea Grant Extension Director
  • Sea Grant Helps Communities Prepare for Rising Seas
  • Daigle Elected to Sustainable Community Development Group


  • MSU Study Explores Why Residents Ride Out Storms
  • LSU AgCenter Receives USDA Grant for Wood-based Bioenergy
  • LSU Group Develops Maps Charting Demographics of the Oil Spill Region
  • L.D.W.F. Releases Wild Crawfish Survey Results 
  • Schiavinato to Receive Governor’s Conservation Achievement Honor
  • Survey Finds Many Support Paying for Barrier Island Repairs Out of Own Pocket


  • Vlosky Named to Endowed Professorship  
  • CNREP Member Heads West African Data Collection Efforts
  • Dr. Matthew Freeman Joins CNREP as a Postdoctoral Researcher


  • Dr. Tao Ran Joins CNREP as a Postdoctoral Researcher
  • CNREP Team Receives NOAA Grant for Socioeconomic Assessments


  • CNREP Advisory Committee Member Appointed to National Sea Grant College Program Position


  • On-line Registration Opens for CNREP 2007 - Second National Forum on Socioeconomic Research in Coastal Systems
  • CNREP Develops Innovative Hurricane Impact Model for Fisheries Damage Assessment
  • External Advisory Committee Established
  • CNREP Featured in Yale University Lecture Series
  • Call for Abstracts for CNREP 2007 – The Second National Forum on Socioeconomic Research in Coastal Systems
  • Francisco Aguilar Receives RFF Dissertation Award
  • Christiane Aust Completes Research on Coastal Restoration Economics
  • Director Caffey Wins Conservation Awards
  • Fisheries Impacts of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita:


  • CNREP Begins Hurricane Recovery Activities
  • CNREP Approved by Board of Supervisors
  • Funding Tops $1.7 Million
  • CNREP Helps Coordinate Presidents' Forum
  • Biocomplexity Project Funded


Center for Natural Resource Economics & Policy
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Louisiana State University Agricultural Center
Baton Rouge, LA 70803-5604
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