Monthly Archives: March 2011

If Oysters Were Pelicans We Might “Make it right”

Today I waded into the future waters of Barataria Bay with oystermen Nick Collins, Jules Melancon and Jim Gossen, President & CEO of Louisiana Foods Global Seafood Source (the guy that buys the oysters the rest of us eat) as … Continue reading

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“There baaaaack”

Sounding a bit like a broken record here, but this new spate of oil rolling up on the Gulf Coast beaches from Fort Morgan, Alabama to Timbalier Islands Louisiana can’t be surprising anyone – can it? Emulsified oil, oil mousse … Continue reading

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Dolphin Deaths Deserve More Answers Than Questions

This is “normally” dead dolphin season along the Gulf Coast, but 2011 has a haunting, downstream-impact feeling about it; fueled by a “higher than average” number of still-born and baby dolphins washing ashore in the marshes and on the beaches along … Continue reading

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The BP Disaster – Thank God It’s Over!

This is all the American public really wanted in the end, just someone to step up and tell us when this greatest of human-caused environmental disasters would be over – period.  Don’t bog our lives down with endless media reports … Continue reading

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