The Water Campus - A research park could make Baton Rouge an international center for coastal preservation and restoration.


The Water Campus – A 27.6-acre Riverfront Research Park Could Make Baton Rouge an International Center for Coastal Preservation and Restoration

In a year marked by big deals, major announcements and game-changing developments for the Capital Region, news that Baton Rouge will be home to a world-class research institute and all that goes with it could be the most significant of them all. And not only because of the size and audacity of the vision of the Water Campus announced by Gov. Bobby Jindal last week. Rather, it is the potential for Baton Rouge and Louisiana to sail a blue ocean of coastal preservation and restoration solutions that holds such great promise of charting a completely different direction for a state too heavily weighted in the energy and petrochemical sectors.

Source: Business Report

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