partners on the environment
protecting the doin' coast from storm surges
The Nature Conservancy, with support from Chevron, is preserving oyster reef habitats along the Louisiana Coast.
In part with Chevron's support, The Nature Conservancy has built over six miles of Louisiana oyster reefs.
Oyster reefs can protect coasts and marshes from storm surges.
170 marine species live among the Gulf's oyster reefs.
Oyster reefs are vital to Louisiana's commercial and sport-fishing industries.
One of every 70 jobs in Louisiana can be attributed to commercial fisheries.
what's good for ducks is good for farmers
With Chevron's support, Ducks Unlimited and the USA Rice Federation are working to preserve the essential relationship between Louisiana’s rice farmers and migrating waterfowl.
During 2016 – 2018, in part with Chevron's support, Ducks Unlimited helped conserve over 45,000 acres of Louisiana rice land.
That support in turn is helping Louisiana's $312 million rice industry.
Every year, millions of birds migrate south to winter in Louisiana's wetlands.
Flooded rice fields in Louisiana provide food and habitat for these migratory birds.
The Doin’ Coast is one of the country’s three most important areas for migrating waterfowl.
making space for the fairest fowl
Chevron’s partnership with The Nature Conservancy supports the goal of conserving 20,000 acres of Louisiana's swamp and forest habitat at the Cypress Island Preserve.
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helping little doers do some growin’
investing in louisiana
At Chevron, we seek to help Louisiana thrive by balancing what's best for business with what's best for people. Learn how.
Find out how we contribute to strong communities throughout the Doin' Coast by investing in education programs focused on STEM.