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Conservation

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Courtesy of Elifin Realty

Two unusual bursts of mobility this month more

Outdoor Adventures

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Kourtney Zimmerman

Paddling through the eerie beauty of the Amite River more

Outdoor Adventures

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Lucie Monk Carter

“In Heaven, every bite has mushroom in it.” more

Foodways

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Wendy Wilson Billiot

Apple snails eat the vegetation until there is no more; then, with a lung that enables them to breathe out of the water, they move onto dry ground to continue feeding. more

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Photo courtesy Maison Madeleine

A historic French Creole-style house on one of the state’s most spectacular nesting grounds for visiting waterbirds more

Supper Club

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Lucie Monk Carter

Finding a second, third, or thirtieth purpose for salvaged objects more

Visual & Performing Arts

In Louisiana, the microorganisms that populate the coast help make it one of the most productive ecosystems on the planet more

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How our state must change to survive more

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by Mike Redaelli

"The Natural World," by Mike Redaelli more

Visual & Performing Arts

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By Mcevan (Own work) via Wikimedia Commons

Fearsome appearance, fragile existence more

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Photo by Frank McMains

From fertile earth to open water more

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Louisiana’s whooping crane population finds surprising new habitat, but still struggles to thrive more

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Baton Rouge Green has released a mobile app to help explore and understand the city's trees more

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A photo by Frank McMains

A picture's worth a thousand worries more

Relics Photo Project

Dead Cypress

Photo by Chris Staudinger

Scientists are fertilizing wetlands with treated sewage more

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Daffodil Valley at Afton Villa Gardens

Photo by Dr. Chris Werner

Four options for enjoying our favorite time of year more

House & Home

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Photo by Frank McMains

Mosquito-borne diseases once killed thousands of Louisianans each year more

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Photo by Lucius Fontenot

Land is growing, not disappearing, at the base of this old canal more

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Photo by Charlie Champagne

Hilltop's volunteers keep Emory Smith’s native plant nursery alive more

Gardening

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Photo by Wendy Wilson Billiot

Fruit of the vine more

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