The culture and heritage that is characteristic of coastal Louisiana is unparalleled and in danger of being lost forever. Wouldn’t you want someone to save your home if you were in the same situation?
There are more than 2 million residents that consider Coastal Louisiana home and plenty of other places rely on the Louisiana coast for seafood and traded goods.
What’s your reason? Remember that there isn’t a wrong or right answer. Send your submission to email@example.com. And, don’t forget to check out the other submissions at Bayou Grace’s photo gallery.
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Tagged advocacy, awareness, Bayou Grace, Coastal Land Loss, coastal Louisiana, Coastal Protection, Coastal Restoration, photo project, Wednesday Why, why should we save coastal Louisiana
Stories from the Gulf: Living with the Oil Disaster,”produced by NRDC with opening narration by Robert Redford, premieres on Discovery’s Planet Green Saturday, April 23, at 1:30 p.m. CST. The half hour documentary explores the impact of America’s worst oil disaster on Gulf Coast residents, using stunning original photography and audio interviews produced by NRDC and Bridge the Gulf, recorded by StoryCorps.
“Stories from the Gulf: Living with the Oil Disaster,” will include interviews recorded with local residents in Chauvin at the Bayou Grace office.
Be sure to tune in!
Posted in Deepwater Horizon Response, Upcoming Events
Tagged advocacy, awareness, BP Oil Disaster, Bridge the Gulf, community resilience, Deepwater Horizon, NRDC, Planet Green, Stories from the Gulf, StoryCorps