A water tower is visible through the trees near Shell Beach, St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana. Photo by Virginia Hanusik

“Ghost Forests”: Virginia Hanusik ’14 Photographs Louisiana’s Vanishing Wetlands

From National Geographic //

South Louisiana contains around half of the country’s wetlands—and accounts for almost 90 percent of the country’s wetland losses. Bard alumna Virginia Hanusik ’14, a New Orleans–based photographer whose work centers on climate change and environmental justice, documents Louisiana’s vanishing wetlands in this National Geographic feature on the “Amazon of North America.” For more information please visit: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/article/the-amazon-of-north-america-is-disintegrating-visit-mindfully Post Date: 04-20-2021

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