For children growing up on the Coushatta Indian reservation, the history of their tribe is something many of their parents take pride in teaching them.
The Koasati language of the Coushatta Indians has been a part of their culture for decades. But in recent years, it's disappeared, dissolved, English now the popular language on the reservation.
Tribal leaders are trying to change that through new language classes that are aimed at preserving Koasati.
If the language classes ever need any funding, the tribe will use the proceeds from their hydroponic greenhouses to support the classes. For more information on the hydroponic vegetables click here.