Category Archives: Photo Project

Wednesday Why: For the World!

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This is yet another reminder of Louisiana’s contribution to the nation and the world.  No, we’re not an island.  We are a people, an environment and industries that reach far beyond our coast.

How can you help save coastal Louisiana and its contributions to the rest of the world?  Educate others by sending us your why at  photoproject@bayougrace.org.

Wednesday Why: Because We Feed & Fuel Our Nation

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With Labor Day just around the corner, it’s important to remember that residents of the working coast of Louisiana work tirelessly to feed and fuel our nation.  From oil and natural gas to shipping to fishing to agriculture and numerous other industries, Louisiana proves itself as a critical part of our US economy. Let’s work together to ensure that we never find out how much our economy would be impacted if the Louisiana coast was no longer a working coast.

See all of our “Why Should We Save Coastal Louisiana?” submissions  in our Why Gallery and submit your why to: photoproject@bayougrace.org

Wednesday Why: Family Ties

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Let’s save coastal Louisiana to ensure that families and communities can continue to call our coastal communities home.

What’s your why? Check out our Why Gallery and send your “Why Should We Save Coastal Louisiana?” submission to photoproject@bayougrace.org

Wednesday Why: Sustaining our Rural Communities

Wed. Why sustainable rural communities

We couldn’t agree more!  With restored and protected rural communities in coastal Louisiana, families will spend less time and resources, already limited commodities, on rebuilding their homes after hurricanes and be able to focus  more time building their livelihoods.

How can you help save coastal Louisiana and our coastal rural communities?  Educate others by sending us your why at  photoproject@bayougrace.org.

Wednesday Why: Because Our Birds Need Something to Land On

Wed. Why Birds

Millions of birds spend part or all of their life cycle in south Louisiana. Our barrier islands, headland beaches, forested wetlands and upland forests provide critical shelter and food sources for migratory birds, many of which are rare, threatened and endangered species.  Saving Coastal Louisiana isn’t just for the birds, either.  There are more than 2 million residents that consider Coastal Louisiana home and plenty of other places rely on the Louisiana coast for all that we provide to the nation.  

We must save Coastal Louisiana for the birds, for the people, for the irreplaceable culture and heritage and for the countless reasons too numerous to list here.   

Please add your voice to the hundreds of others who’ve added their voice to this project, by answering the question, “Why should we save coastal Louisiana?” Send your submission to photoproject@bayougrace.org today.

Wednesday Why: Savor the Flavor

Wed. Why Savor the Flavor

C’est Bon!  Protecting and restoring coastal Louisiana means protecting our rich heritage that has brought so many cultures, and their food traditions, together.

How can you help save coastal Louisiana and our traditions that so many around the world enjoy?  Educate others by sending us your why at  photoproject@bayougrace.org.

Wednesday Why: Pay It Forward

Paying it forward

Need we say more? The thought of a world in which there is no south Louisiana to hand down to the next generation is a sad thought indeed. As the saying goes, we do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children. Let’s make sure we can honor this sentiment.

What’s your Why? Send your why today to photoproject@bayougrace.org.