By Summer Brennan
Environmentalists, nationwide politicians, scientists, and the dep. of the internal all joined a chronic conflict for the estuary that had the facility to persuade the way forward for desert for many years to come back. have been the oyster farmers environmental criminals, or sufferers of presidency fraud? Fought opposed to a backdrop of worry of presidency corruption and the looming specter of weather switch, the conflict struck a countrywide nerve, pitting nature opposed to agriculture and technology opposed to politics, because it sought to figure out who belonged and who didn’t belong, and what it capacity to be wild.
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Newly back in town after almost ten years spent mostly away, it took a while to get my bearings. My life in the big city had been frenetic, and it was jarring to suddenly find myself one foggy spring night in Vladimir’s, a dark Czechoslovakian pub on the edge of Tomales Bay, eating fish and chips with septuagenarian cowboys. Wild mustard was still growing tall along the roadsides, clustered white and purple against the weathered wood of old barns. Evenings came on blue and heavy from out over the Pacific.
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