Award-winning videographer Guy Hernadez taking a serious look at the Terrebonne Basin near my home
This past spring, I had the honor of taking out a producer and a videographer who were in the early stages of a documentary about the cultures and way of life that will be gone when the Louisiana wetlands are no longer here.
It is my pleasure to ask you to take a few minutes of your time and visit the website for the documentary: Tide of Tears.
Then, if you would, please click the link below to help nominate this documentary to win some of the money American Express is so eager to give away. This banner should take you straight to the project we would like you to nominate.
I trust the producer, Stephanie Kovac, to do a good job of relating to the nation and the world what is at stake here if America does not stand up and lay claim to coastal Louisiana in the form of substantial coastal restoration. I could go on and on, but I won’t. It’s crucial that you go nominate this project and let the voice of the Bayou People be heard through those who have the means to shout it the loudest!
And from the bottom of my bayou heart, thank you all very, very much!
Merci beau coup, mon ami!
8/18/08 My net has been down for two days. I have new posts I want to make but a pressing project has me seriously occupied from sunup until sundown.
Please go to AE and nominate “Reclaiming the Cajun Coast” project. We have until September 1st to help it reach the top 25 nominations! Please, you can help make a difference for the culture and way of life for all bayou people with just five minutes of your time. To all who have already voted, I can’t thank you enough. Merci a thousand times!!!! And please pass the word on nation-wide, no–worldwide! BW