They may be young, but they know what they love about coastal Louisiana. Coastal Louisiana is their playground. Their experiences within our environment are same ones that many of us here in coastal Louisiana share and make us who we are! Let’s all work together to restore and protect their birthplace.
How can you help save coastal Louisiana? Educate others by sending us your why at email@example.com.
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Gretchen understands that coastal Louisiana is a working coast and that the economic impacts of this working coast spread far beyond its own shores. 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.
Gretchen, a Louisiana Estuary Experience volunteer from Northern Illinois University also spent some time in our Volunteer Confessional last year. Let’s see and hear what she has to say about saving coastal Louisiana.
If you’d like to help save Louisiana, consider becoming a Louisiana Estuary Experience volunteer. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
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