NWNL is headed to the “Bathtub!” – The geographic inspiration for the movie, “Beasts of the Southern Wild.” As director, Benh Zeitlin put it, “This is the edge of the world.”
Isle de Jean Charles is a sliver of marshland, deep in the bayous of Louisiana – also ground zero for climate change in the US. It is home to Native Americans that live off the land and water, a place of extraordinary biodiversity and beauty, but the Isle de Jean Charles is rapidly disappearing. The environment, history and culture of this coastal region is truly fascinating – Read more about it here.
Keep your fingers crossed that Island Rd ain’t flooded!
I’ll leave you with some Hushpuppy wisdom….
“Sometimes you can break something so bad, that it can’t get put back together.”
“The whole universe depends on everything fitting together just right. If one piece busts, even the smallest piece… the entire universe will get busted.”
“I see that I am a little piece of a big, big universe, and that makes it right.”
– Posted by Jasmine Graf, NWNL Associate Director