"Jaw-dropping, spine-tingling, breath-taking, eye-opening,
consciousness-raising -- heart-breaking.
Gorgeous and devastating."
- Eric Overmyer, Producer of 'Treme'
Lost Lands provides educational field trips tailored to your group’s interests.
For Sightseers & Kayakers
Experience the beauty of cypress tupelo forests while learning about their importance to Louisiana
For Those Involved in the Issue
See dolphins, countless bird species, and remnants of the historic forests of Louisiana.
Since the 1930s levees on the river and canals dredged for oil, gas and shipping have destroyed half of Louisiana’s coastal wetlands – some 2000 square miles. We’re still losing that precious habitat at the rate of 12 to 16 square miles each year.
Posted on Jan. 6, 2014
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Bob's Latest Posts
No escape if you’re late: Even small surges will flood sections of I-10 east and west
Originally posted on The Lens on May 28th, 2014. View original post here. When it comes to hurricane evacuation, city and state emergency managers have always stressed there is no room for the “better late than never” mentality. Those who wait, they say, may never get out. Now a team of engineers has assessed […]
Gift Certificates Now Available
Treat your friends and family to an inspirational Wetlands tour by purchasing one of our Kayak Tour gift certificates! Each certificate is good for one full tour experience, and will leave your recipient with a memory that will last a lifetime. Click below to purchase.
How to Save a Sinking City
Originally published in The Nation on Sunday, June 09, 2013, 02:40 PM. View original article here. How to Save a Sinking City: Innovative land management in New Orleans could replenish wetlands and limit flood damage. LEE CELANO/REUTERS Houses surrounded by wetlands in Myrtle Grove, south of New Orleans by ROBERTA BRANDES GRATZ Bob Marshall […]