Last Call for the Bayou
The Mississippi River Delta is essential to the U.S. economy. It allows the passage of goods worldwide, and it's home to a $2.4 billion fishing industry. It's also rapidly disappearing; every 100 minutes, wetland the size of a football field is lost to open water, presenting a huge environmental threat to America and to the coastal residents who call the area home. Follow the stories of individuals who are experiencing this calamity firsthand and see how they're fighting to keep their cultures, livelihoods, and homes from washing away.