July 31, 2013
MYRTLE GROVE — What the Mississippi River used to do naturally in flooding its banks and depositing sediment in the marsh areas of south Louisiana is now being done in a more concentrated way.
Just south of Myrtle Grove in Plaquemines Parish, sediment is being dredged from the Mississippi River and transported by pipe across the river levee, La. 23 and into a five-mile pipe ending in an area just south of Lake Hermitage.
I want to see pictures of dozers in the Carnarvon area.
The land shown in the video was built in a few days, Carnarvon has been running for many years. Anybody want to donate a dozer?