Monthly Archives: December 2010

Wednesday Why: For Our Future Generations

“Why Should We Save Coastal Louisiana?”

The culture and heritage that is characteristic of coastal Louisiana is unparalleled and in danger of being lost forever. Let’s preserve this beautiful way of life so that future generations can appreciate and understand how precious coastal Louisiana is!

There are many reasons for wanting to save coastal Louisiana. What is your reason? To participate, send submissions to photoproject@bayougrace.org.

Wednesday Why: We Gotta Clean Up Our Mess!

“Why Should We Save Coastal Louisiana?”

Coastal Louisiana is currently experiencing the highest rate of unnatural landloss in the world. And that’s happening because of human impacts! We created the problem, now let’s all work together to restore coastal Louisiana before it’s too late!!!!

That’s one reason to save coastal Louisiana. There are numerous others. What is your reason for saving coastal Louisiana? To participate in Bayou Grace’s photo project, send submissions to photoproject@bayougrace.org.

Wednesday Why: Coastal Louisiana is Important to the Country!

Why Is Coastal Louisiana so important to the rest of the United States? Why should we all care about saving this disappearing coast?

When you consider Louisiana’s contributions to the nation

  • $10-20 billion contributed annually to the U.S. treasury from domestic oil and natural gas production (2nd only to income tax)
  • Top producer of seafood in the continental U.S.
  • 5 of the nation’s 15 largest ports are in Louisiana
  • An unparalleled and unique history, culture, and heritage

Why wouldn’t we save coastal Louisiana? Let us know why you think this vital land should be saved. Send your submission to photoproject@bayougrace.org.We look forward to hearing WHY SHOULD WE SAVE COASTAL LOUISIANA?

Wednesday Why: She Means Business!

Why should we save coastal Louisiana? This young participant feels very strongly that we ought to save coastal Louisiana to preserve our wetlands.

What are your reasons? Send your submission to photoproject@bayougrace.org and let your voice be heard!

Wednesday Why: A Plethora of Reasons.

In case you didn’t catch that:
1.) Louisiana is essential to our nation!
2.) LA supplies oil.
3.) LA supplies Seafood
4.) The best people live in Louisiana! You could never find the most friendliest people anywhere else on the planet.
5.) Louisiana need help to keep our wetlands alive so we can continue to help the nation and others.

Clearly, there is a lot to say about why we should save coastal Louisiana. What are your reasons? Send your submission to Photoproject@bayougrace.org and let your voice be heard!