Seriously Now In Depth
As promised, Seriously Now is bringing to you two expanded interviews from recent shows.
The Oyster story continues even though on November 29th, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar issued his decision not to renew the Drake’s Bay Oyster Company’s lease with the National Park Service. Kevin and Nancy Lunny have sued the Secretary and the National Park Service claiming that the legal documents which guided Salazar’s decision were not interpreted correctly. Lunny appears on this week’s show in conversation with Seriously Now correspondent, Robin Carpenter.
Also on today’s show is Phyllis Faber who spoke with Kelly O’Mara about her life-long work as an environmentalist and an agricultural advocate — two passions that mirror the essence of the oyster debate. Although Phyllis was the ideal “stakeholder” to represent the success of historic dual-use plan to Secretary Salazar, she was verbally and physically ousted from the “Stakeholder” meeting during his visit to the Point Reyes National Seashore.
We are taking a break for the holiday season and are running re-runs of previous newscasts during the next two weeks on CMCM television. We look forward to bringing you some more exciting and new stories in the new year.
The anchors, crew, and correspondents of Seriously Now wish you a most joyful holiday and new year.
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