Forum hosted by Vitter – Agriculture, forestry, seafood experts discuss key topics in Alexandria

Other topics Wednesday included the effect of government regulations, the slow recovery of commercial fishing following the BP oil spill, safety concerns about imported seafood and the risk to Louisiana’s timberland posed by a shrinking fire protection budget. “We spent millions of dollars on commercials convincing the rest of the country everything is ok, but it’s not really ok,” Barisich said, referring to the publicity campaign launched after the spill that was aimed at promoting Louisiana seafood. Read the rest here 08:46

  • StripedBassHole

    Speaking of the Gulf and BP. Has anyone sent down an ROV to view the BEDS of CRUDE and “COREXIT”. Graduate STUDENTS heres a THESIS Dr. Jane Lubchenco and “COREXIT” decisions. Slight of HAND. Did it evaporate or down deep it lay? 1989 EXXON VALDEZ SPILL. She had something to look back on before GREENLIGHTING the “COREXIT” … BP sprayed it, but JANIE made the CALL…
    What the FUCK, OVER…