Louisiana Life - September/October 2017

Natural Education

Nature centers dazzle in fall, teach us about Louisiana’s outdoors environments

Texas Welcome

Like an old friend, the Texas Gulf Coast promises fun, food and easy relaxation

Traveling In & Around Louisiana

September and October bring an end to the summer season and a return to the activities that make fall one of the busiest times of the year. Seasonal festivals are as abundant as a fall Louisiana harvest and those seeking…

Dawn DeDeaux

New Orleans artist uses installations to save ‘MotherShip’ Earth and Louisiana’s wetlands


5 fabulous farmers markets throughout the state

The Tree Funeral

Creative punishments and an outdoorsy childhood shape a young conservationist

Fresh Pickings

Get organic, sustainable and humane offerings at Alexandria’s Inglewood Farm


Sustainable, seasonal and domestic fare is at the heart of Monroe-native Cory Bahr’s culinary pursuits

Catch of the Day

Extend a bounty of locally caught redfish with four deliciously distinct dishes

Passion in Action

Director of Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana follows her calling to save the state’s coast and wetlands

Site Specific

Becky and Kenny Nelkin’s Bayou Teche home draws on Louisiana’s French heritage and the area’s natural beauty

Beyond the Surface

The environment is the driving force behind Thibodaux woodworker David Bergeron’s work

Carnal Knowledge

New Orleans author investigates sex, hooking up and the shifting emotional landscape of college-aged students