‘Greaux native’ movement sprouts in Lafayette
Native plant gardens are restoring health to local ecosystems — and neighborhoods, too.
Lafayette has unlocked hundreds of adjudicated properties. But hundreds more remain.
Lafayette’s efforts to deal with adjudicated properties have seen slow but steady progress since adjudications peaked at 1,560 properties in July 2019. In the years since, LCG has brought hundreds of properties back into commerce.
When Louisiana’s lockdown began, the phones lit up. They dialed 211, 311, 911. They called friends, families, doctors and total strangers. They connected the scared, the confused, the unhoused, and the vulnerable to testing, to information, to shelter — in short, to help.