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June 30, 2017
LSWI4042 - June 30, 2017

Roseau Cane Destruction, Hurricane Audrey Anniversary, Children and Obesity, Artist Caroline Youngblood

Hurricane Audrey Anniversary Take an in-depth look at Hurricane Audrey on this week’s 60th anniversary of the storms landfall in Louisiana. SHARE

Children and Obesity Hear a discussion with Dr. Stewart Gordon on the problems associated with children and obesity. SHARE

Roseau Cane Destruction An Asian bug is wiping out vast stands of Roseau cane, Louisiana's most erosion and storm-resistant wetland plant. It’s more trouble along our fragile coast. What can be done about it? Kelly Spires reports. SHARE

Artist Caroline Youngblood Julia Caroline Youngblood grew up surrounded by cotton fields on Breston Plantation, located in Riverton, Louisiana. Most recently, her work was featured in the LPB's "North Delta Ramble" and “ArtRocks!” and one of Caroline's "Louisiana Oysters" was featured at The Ogden Museum of Art in New Orleans as part of the 2015 "Louisiana Contemporary" exhibition. SHARE

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