Submar is concerned with pipeline erosion and is continually looking for sustainable solutions. Having established itself in Houma, LA, the company is in touch with the environment and surrounding community. One of the non-profit organizations for which Submar cares profoundly is the South Louisiana Wetlands Discovery Center.
What Is The South Louisiana Wetlands Discovery Center?
The South Louisiana Wetlands Discovery Center is “revolutionizing how we think, teach, and learn about Louisiana’s disappearing coast.” The organization has made it a point to raise awareness among students and young adults. Doing so will ensure that the workforce and culture of the Louisiana bayous remain intact.
Mission and Vision
The organization’s vision is to increase awareness about the bleak future in store for Louisiana’s wetlands. By changing the cultural attitude surrounding the wetlands, the area can thrive for years to come.
Focusing On Students
The South Louisiana Wetlands Discovery Center is unique because it stresses that students are the ones who can make the most significant difference in the coastline moving forward. The organization actively supports teachings based on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
The Discovery Center
The next time you’re visiting Submar in Houma, stop by the Discovery Center to learn more about Louisiana’s coastline and what you can do to help. While still under construction, the Discovery Center features a wetlands nature exhibit, a partially-sheltered amphitheater, and three educational buildings. The buildings will be 10,000 square feet.
Submar is also concerned about Louisiana’s coastline, which is why the company continues to develop innovative erosion control solutions. Submar is proud of the work the Discovery Center is conducting and looks forward to these new advancements.