photo by Pippin Frisbie-Calder
The Hidden World of Coastal Louisiana's
the microorganisms that populate the coast help create one of the most productive ecosystems on the planet
print by Pippin Frisbie-Calder
Pipeline Protests Roil Atchafalaya
The swamp encampments are a half-hour boat ride or more from the nearest road. They’re surrounded by spiders, gators, forest, and water, as well as pipeline workers and the armed guards hired to protect those workers.
photo by Laura Borealis
Rough Seas in the Atchafalaya Basin
Water protectors there are enraged at the company’s hostility towards indigenous communities, both in Louisiana and in North Dakota, where the same company built the Dakota Access Pipeline.