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McCasland Foundation gift to enhance geology program field work

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The UL Lafayette Geology program starts 2021 with a $21,735 gift from The McCasland Foundation for a new project branded "Field Experiences for Active Scientists of Tomorrow" (FEAST). This initiative will allow our Cajun Geologists to explore the amazing Geology of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas to complement their field experience. We are all very grateful for this generous gift and look forward to increasing our synergies with the McCasland Foundation.

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