Aired On: Dec 10, 2015
Mac Stone discusses rewriting the negative narrative that is so commonly tied to the swamps and wetlands of the Southeast.
Mac Stone is a fellow with the International League of Conservation Photographers. Through photography, Stone strives to start new conversations and expose the dynamic relationship between mankind and the natural world. Currently, his work focuses on America's swamps in an attempt to change public opinion towards the country’s wetlands. After spending five years living and...
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