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Expert Opinions: Local Scientists, Reporters, and Activists Answer Student Questions on “How to Save Our Coast”

Brother Martin recently welcomed local scientists, reporters, and activists to answer student questions on “How to Save Our Coast”

This week, several experts in coastal Louisiana comprised a panel for a brief overview of their specific work and for a question/answer session for students in English I Honors and World Geography Honors. Victor Landry III '86, who manages the Intercoastal Waterway for the Corps of Engineers; Scott Eustis, the Community Science Director for Healthy Gulf; John Snell, a Fox 8 news anchor and producer; Troy Sehlinger '08, a marine biologist with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries; and Dr. John Lopez, an independent consultant with Delta Science LLC and former Executive Director of the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation, spoke about their work with coastal issues and answered student questions about the various strategies for helping slow coastal erosion and for reclaiming wetlands. This panel is one of a series of experiences for these students as they prepare a comprehensive report on a specific restoration project.

Expert Opinions: Local Scientists, Reporters, and Activists Answer Student Questions on “How to Save Our Coast”
Expert Opinions: Local Scientists, Reporters, and Activists Answer Student Questions on “How to Save Our Coast”
Expert Opinions: Local Scientists, Reporters, and Activists Answer Student Questions on “How to Save Our Coast”
Expert Opinions: Local Scientists, Reporters, and Activists Answer Student Questions on “How to Save Our Coast”
Expert Opinions: Local Scientists, Reporters, and Activists Answer Student Questions on “How to Save Our Coast”

We would like to thank these local scientists, reporters, and activists for visiting our campus and offering their expertise in the education of our Crusaders.

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