Maybe Bob Marshall’s Lost Land Tours can help us rebuild Louisiana’s coast

  Aired WGNO's News With a Twist on October 24, 2012. Read the website article here Bob Marshall has been an outdoors writer for the Times-Picayune for decades. He knows Louisiana’s coast and waterways better than just about anyone.  It was great...

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Wetlands 101: Saving Louisiana refuges

View the original article here published on 10/22/12 in NolaVie By Renee Peck editor of NolaVie New Orleanians have been feeling a bit smug since Hurricane Isaac. After all, the Corps of Engineers’ $14.6 billion levee system worked just fine. Not so fast, says wetlands...

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Lost Lands lie at the city's door

View the original article here published on 10/22/12 in NolaVie By Renee Peck editor of NolaVie It’s out there, lapping at our feet, a hand’s-breath away. Magnificent and perhaps doomed, a siren calling with a melody that most of us fail to hear. Louisiana’s...

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End of the Line: Losing Louisiana?

View the original article here. by Roy Blount Jr. - June/July 2012 Finding hope and a new cat while kayaking Sometime around the mid-sixties, people who’d
thrived for generations by catching, selling, and eating wildlife along the Louisiana coast started noticing that water...

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Garden & Gun Article by Roy Blount Jr.

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