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  • The 1.5-mile hike will take visitors through a portion of the earthworks with a focus on useful native plants. The ranger-led hike will give people the opportunity to learn about plants the Native Americans would have eaten and used thousands of years ago. The hike begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 9 at Poverty Point World Heritage Site in Pioneer, Louisiana.
  • During the Yazoo Pass expedition of the Civil War, Union Admiral Porter wrote that his flagship Cincinnati ran into a six-hundred-yard bed of willows…
  • Beginning in the early 1970's strange activities began to occur during spring in graveyards throughout north Louisiana. Reports indicated bizarre behavior…
  • Every autumn a multitude of people in the northern hemisphere contributes billions of dollars to local economies in order to look at brightly colored…
  • Does your magnolia tree in the front yard have feelings? How about the Better Boy tomato plants that you pinched the suckers from yesterday? In order to…