Since Hurricane Ida passed through southeast Louisiana, thousands have been on the front lines helping restore power, but they have not experienced this journey alone. Several Entergy employees from across our four-state service territory have traveled to join their coworkers in serving Louisiana customers’ needs, in-person, at Customer Information Centers until power is restored to the area.
In a couple sentences, Jude Orgeron, an Entergy Louisiana operations coordinator, cut to the core of what it’s like for crews working around the clock in swamps and marshes to bring back power to the hardest hit areas of the Bayou State:
“It’s hot. There are Mosquitoes and alligators. It’s a mess of mud, and quite frankly, the environment can be miserable at times.”
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Keep Jackson Beautiful received 20 donated fruit trees from the Mississippi Urban Forest Council and the Mississippi Forestry Commission and used $3,500 grant from Entergy to build a community orchard at Rosemont M. B. Church in southwest Jackson. The orchard will be enlarged in the fall to include more of the five acres available at the church, thanks to an additional $5,000 Keep America Beautiful/UPS Community Tree Planting Grant.