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Science, Law, and Public Voice Prevail in Federal Challenge to Yazoo Pumps

Science, Law, and Public Voice Prevail in Federal Challenge to Yazoo Pumps

— Conservation groups’ lawsuit prompts Army Corps’ reversal
Conservation Groups Laud EPA Decision to Restore Yazoo Pumps Veto

Conservation Groups Laud EPA Decision to Restore Yazoo Pumps Veto

— Crucial safeguards restored to a nationally significant area
Corps’ Data Shows Yazoo Pumps Will Not Protect Backwater Communities

Corps’ Data Shows Yazoo Pumps Will Not Protect Backwater Communities

— 83% of the Yazoo Backwater Area will continue to flood even with the Pumps
National Audubon Society Announces Creation of Audubon Delta, New Executive Director Dawn O’Neal

National Audubon Society Announces Creation of Audubon Delta, New Executive Director Dawn O’Neal

— Audubon Louisiana, Arkansas, and Mississippi join forces on region-wide conservation efforts with Dawn O’Neal at its helm.
Audubon Unveils Coastal Bird Storyboard Trail

Audubon Unveils Coastal Bird Storyboard Trail

— Six Interpretive Signs Connect Beachgoers with Art, Nature & Poetry
Conservation Groups File Federal Lawsuit to  Uphold Law, Science & Public Participation

Conservation Groups File Federal Lawsuit to Uphold Law, Science & Public Participation

— Lawsuit challenges Army Corps’ unlawful approval of Yazoo Pumps
Conservation Groups Denounce Federal Steamrolling of Law, Science, and Public Voice  As Final Yazoo Pumps Study Released

Conservation Groups Denounce Federal Steamrolling of Law, Science, and Public Voice As Final Yazoo Pumps Study Released

— The Corps’ headlong rush forward demonstrates a blatant, calculated attempt to steamroll the rule of law, ignore science, and disregard public comments and concerns.
Conservation Groups Respond to EPA’s decision to overturn Clean Water Act veto

Conservation Groups Respond to EPA’s decision to overturn Clean Water Act veto

— Audubon Mississippi, American Rivers, Healthy Gulf and Mississippi Siera Club say Yazoo pumps project defies the science, sidesteps the law, and undermines critical protections Americans hold dear for all of our nation’s natural resources.
Audubon Arkansas, Audubon Louisiana, and Audubon Mississippi have joined forces to become Audubon Delta.