The Human Cost of Louisiana's enviornmental catastrophe can be charted not through the daily loss of a football field area of land mass but by the outward migration of the very people who have lived there for centuries. Native American fishermen have been shunned by an ever harsher life style and are now a dying bread. With $50B the entire lower Mississippi river basin can be repaired. But time is short before the chance to repair the region is at an end. Please support America's shrinking wetlands. Write your congressmen. Donate to the Gulf Coast Restoration Network.