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Louisiana is best known for its cuisine, culture and craziness; but it is the people who call this coast home—and work every day to make it a better place—that make coastal Louisiana a place like no other.
In this video essay of his trip along the state’s coast, Go Coast’s host Tom Gregory visits with Grammy-nominated bluesman and indefatigable conservation advocate Tab Benoit, where they will go down the bayou for a look at the vanishing coast and then backstage at the Voice Of The Wetlands Concert for a varied taste of the state’s musical legacy.
Also in this episode, Tom witnesses firsthand the return of the endangered Whooping Crane and the American Bald Eagle to the coast. He also takes “a little trip along with Colonel Jackson down the mighty Mississip,” as he discovers the true significance of the Battle of New Orleans. The next generation of Top Chefs from Nicholls State University’s Culinary Institute will also be featured