New Experiences and New Faces: A Year in Photos
2017 was a busy year.
Happy Holidays from the Vanishing Paradise team to all of you!
It's been a really good year full of important restoration milestones. We have enjoyed meeting new people along the way and reconnecting with old faces. Here are some highlights from our adventures this year. Thank you for your continued support, and here’s to a successful 2018 for the Mississippi River Delta and the Gulf Coast.
Bill Cooksey, Sportsmen's Outreach Coordinator, Visited with Members of Dallas Safari Club.
Sean Turner, Sporting Council Member, provides comments to Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority at the Townhall Meeting in Mandeville.
Sportsmen and Women headed to D.C. to meet with legislators to discuss restoring the Gulf.
Outdoor photographer Bill Buckley, Hardcore's Rusty Burnham and Bill Cooksey of Vanishing Paradise enjoying the SHOT Show.
Bren Haase of Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority presents to hunters and anglers in St. Bernard at Vanishing Paradise's Conservation on Tap.
This summer we joined the staff of Louisiana Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries to sponsor a dinner during the Women's Fishing Workshop on Grand Isle, LA.
Erin Brown and Bill Cooksey joined Warren Coco in the marsh for the upcoming short film created with Latendresse Media.
Chef Richard and his wonderful crew at Cavan Restaurant hosted an amazing supper benefiting Vanishing Paradise with freshwater options like garfish, rabbit and gator.
We headed back to St. Bernard Parish this fall for Cook-off for the Coast, a wild hog barbecue competition.