Cypress forests are the state's best defense against hurricanes. So why are loggers clear-cutting the last trees?
Dean Wilson slams forward the throttle on his 18-foot aluminum bateau—a flat-bottom skiff that he welded together himself—and catapults us downriver. It's April and I'm in the Atchafalaya Basin, the nation's largest swamp—1.4 million acres (roughly 10 times the size of Chicago) wedged between the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico in southern Louisiana... Read More>>
So begins an article featured in the March/April issue of Mother Jones magazine.