Feeling Abandoned, Gulf Coast Residents Issue A Call To Arms

Posted by Trish Riley, October 17, 2010

In early October, local community groups and environmental organizations decided it was time to join together and come up with a plan that calls attention to the ongoing environmental, economic and public health threat posed by 200 million gallons of BP crude that still threatens America’s greatest fishing ground and life sustaining delta estuary.

The Obama administration's Mabus recovery plan is a good start toward moving the country in the right direction to save the Gulf and its treasured wetlands and fisheries. But it will not take place without the involvement of local groups who can take the initiative and be directly involved in plans to restore the Gulf.

via Rocky Kistner: Feeling Abandoned, Gulf Coast Residents Issue A Call To Arms.

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