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BPF promotes environmental regulatory reform and actively engages the bureaucracy regulating flooding on the Mississippi River. BPF believes mitigating the flooding by using Old River Control Complex would give Mississippians back their privately owned land.

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Gold Coast Commodities - Part 2

Gold Coast Commodities - Part 2

by BPF Published November 13, 2020 A wastewater sample that originated from a Brandon-based chemical plant and dumped into the city of Jackson’s sewer system exploded in the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality’s laboratory in Pearl in 2017, according to a DEQ inspection report.

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Flooding at the Morganza Spillway

No January flood this year.   

The record January flood was unusual. But major floods aren’t. Mississippi has had seven in the last ten years.

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The Veins of America

The veins of America: Stunning map shows every river basin in the US

A stunning new map shows the complex network of rivers and streams in the contiguous United States.

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Flooding in Mississippi

Priming a flood.

The river is primed for another major flood. It has a record 16 foot head start. But there is still time to reduce this – and the odds of a major flood.

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Land Owners’ Meeting in Natchez July 2016

  Mississippi Flooding Presentation   No part of these presentations may be circulated, quoted, or reproduced for distribution without prior written approval from Bigger Pie Forum. These materials were used during oral presentations; they are not complete records of the discussions.  

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Mississippi River Commission Testimony: Secretary of State, Delbert Hosemann in Natchez August 2016

Mississippi River Commission Public Meeting on the Motor Vessel Mississippi Secretary Hosemann testified before the Mississippi River Commission of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to inform the public of the artificial flooding of the Mississippi River which is causing significant damage to 16th Section Public School Trust Lands and private lands. See Secretary Hosemann’s…

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Mississippi River Commission Testimony: Jerry Riddle in Natchez August 2016

Testimony of Jerry Riddle For this entire past year, not one day have I been able to drive home on the road, because it’s been under water, because you refuse to open the Morganza Spillway.  Why?  Why would you do it? Is it because you have the big crawfish pond built on the other side…

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