Thursday, June 10, 2010

 

Oil spill closes nation’s oldest oyster-shucking company after 134 years in business


by Larry Geller

No more oysters for years. The article explains how a combination of the oil and fresh water released to try to keep the oil away is killing the oyster beds.

Nation's Oldest Oyster Shucking Company Closes Up Shop in the French Quarter After 134 Years (takepart.org, 6/10/2010)

Will BP compensate them and the employees for the loss of their family business?




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