Oyster Farm Sparks Fight Among Environmentalists

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An oyster farm in a Northern California estuary may be closed down in a few years because it is located in a potential wilderness area. The dispute is between two different kinds of environmentalists — those who support pure wilderness, and those who believe the wilderness can be used in a sustainable way.

Charlie Foster of member station KQED reports.



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