A battle for life and water in southern Louisiana

Bayou Teche in St. Martinville, Louisiana a few miles north from where the pipeline would cross.
118 storage containers where the oil from Bayou Bridge would be stored. St. James, Louisiana
Photo from On March 26 action which shut down construction of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline. Photo Credit: L’eau Est La Vie Camp

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