Water's Edge: Meet The Press Film Festival with AFI

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Louisiana loses a football field of land every 100 minutes to coastal erosion and sea level rise. As water closes in on South Louisiana, the state’s ambitious restoration plan intends to build new land in the bayous and marshes, but threatens to flood rural communities and severely effect the commercial fishing industry, currently ranked second largest in the United States. Historic bayou cultures, closely associated with the fishing industry, are dwindling at an alarming rate.