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Listen to Mel talk about the importance of coastal Louisiana.
Listen to Jo Anna's message about coastal Louisiana and the effect land loss has on some people.
Hear landowner Al Levron explain how family and legislative acts such as CWPPRA are making a difference in coastal restoration.
Listen to Jonathan tell about some of his early childhood memories growing up in the bayou.
A crabber, alligator hunter, and family man of southwest Louisiana, Yancy Welch, born in 1965 in Lake Charles, describes his conflicts with gators and hurricanes as he shows great respect for distinctive ecosystem that surrounds him. *Disclaimer: This interview was...
Listen to Leslie talk about her memories of Hurricane Betsy.
As a retired shrimper from Lafitte, LA, Eddie Sapia, Jr. gives a first-hand account of how things have changed over his life. Mr. Sapia was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on March 27, 1934. He has lived along Barataria Bay...
Listen to Ron talk about his interaction with the public and Louisiana's wetlands.
Farmer, landowner, and CWPPRA activist, Sherrill Sagrera describes his ongoing crusade to educate people about the dangers of letting Louisiana’s vanishing wetlands slip away. Mr. Sagrera was born in Abbeville, LA on November 12, 1941. When he was younger he...
Landowner Marietta Green, born in New Orleans in 1935, explains how family and legislative acts such as CWPPRA are making a difference in coastal restoration. Mrs. Green manages family land which spans seven parishes along with her cousin Skip Haller....
Listen to Narie tell people why they should look at coastal Louisiana for themselves.
Listen to Archie and Nick talk about why coastal Louisiana is important.
Listen to Ronald talk about his memories fishing in Dulac.
Education Curator of the Historic New Orleans Collection, Sue Laudeman (born in 1937), discusses life as a girl in New Orleans and her relationship with the wetlands that surround the urban area. *Disclaimer: This interview was conducted in Coastal Louisiana...
Executive Director of the Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program Kerry St. Pé was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on June 15, 1950, and he has lived in Southeast Louisiana his entire life. In this interview, he examines the ongoing connection between...
Brenda Dardar Robichaux was born on October 15, 1958 in New Orleans, Louisiana. She is the former Principal Chief of the United Houma Nation. In this interview, she discusses wetland loss from the eyes of her community. *Disclaimer: This interview...
Operations manager Davie Breaux was born in Galiano, Louisiana on July 11, 1959. In this interview, he discusses growing up in Southeastern Louisiana and what Louisiana’s wetlands mean to him and his family. He talks about the Port Commission’s role...
Buddy Daisy and Earl Melancon teamed up to weave the tale of being an oysterman in Louisiana. Buddy Daisy was born in 1944 in Houma, LA, where he has been working in the oyster industry since he was 16 years...
Listen to Vickie talk about her academic and professional experiences in Coastal Louisiana.
Listen to Kevin tell why he thinks one of the most important areas of Louisiana is coastal Louisiana.
Cindy Cutrera was born in Morgan City, LA in December, 1956. A mother and port staff member, she discusses how she and her family use the wetlands of Lake End Park near Morgan City for recreational purposes, which benefited from...