Bosworth Joins Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana

Tyler Bosworth HeadshotNEW ORLEANS — Tyler Bosworth, an expert on coastal issues and policy, will join the team at Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana on June 27. His title will be advocacy director.

Bosworth is a native of Baton Rouge and a graduate of the Southern University Law Center. For the past three years, he has served as the lead staffer for the Louisiana House Committee on Natural Resources and Environment, specializing in natural resources law with a focus on energy and coastal issues. He has drafted legislation pertaining to the CPRA Annual Plan, oyster shell recycling, management of the coastal zone, coastal zone permitting, offshore wind energy production and the disposition of funds generation from Outer Continental Shelf alternative energy production, and numerous other bills that have served to enhance coastal Louisiana.

In his free time, Bosworth enjoys spending weekends with his wife and two children at his families’ camp on the coast in Chauvin.

“I am extremely excited to be joining the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana,” Bosworth said. “I have a passion for the work and a desire to be part of the solution to the unique problems that we face. Coastal Louisiana is among the most beautiful and serene landscapes in the world, and it is worth saving.”

“Advocacy is a key component of our work at CRCL, and it has been since the beginning,” said Kim Reyher, executive director of CRCL. “Tyler is a perfect fit. We have always had a science-based approach toward achieving the best possible outcomes for our coast, and Tyler will help us put that science into action.”

Formed in 1988, CRCL is a statewide nonprofit dedicated to restoring and protecting the Louisiana coast. To learn more, click here.

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