Nicholls State University

Masters students visit Grand Isle, Louisiana

Nicholls students visited Fifi Island as part of their examination of several factors affecting Louisiana's coast.

Nicholls students visited with Jean Landry, Grand Isle Program Manager, and contributed to efforts to eradicate the invasive air potato.

Nicholls students visited the US Coast Guard base to tour the USCG Cutter Sturgeon used in operations to enforce fishing regulations, search and rescue, as well as to respond to oil spill events.

Nicholls students teach GI students about the value of their home as a first-line of defense against storms and natural resource for migrating neo-tropical birds.

Nicholls and Grand Isle elementary students participated in an academic hike from the beach through the forest to the marsh.

Nicholls and Grand Isle School students took an academic hike from the beach through the forest to the marsh.

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