June 19th, 2010| by: Sprague >>
Heather Reed of Ecological Consulting Services, Inc in Pensacola discusses the fragile relationship between the wetlands and the area's groundwater.
Bill Clark of Gulf Breeze, FL's "Coastal Watch" explains the all volunteer, on-the-water, oil containment program as well as a few of the frustrations of trying to save Pensacola Bay from the onslaught of millions of gallons of oil.
Kate Wilkes of The Santa Rosa County Tourist Development Council says that despite what the the media's saying about the BP oil spill, there's still a tremendous amount to enjoy in the Pan Handle area.
Wes Dannreuther of "Intercoastal Outfitters" in Pensacola, talks about the present oil spill crises as well as his hopes for the future.
Bret speaks about how the oil will damage the environment.
Matt speaks about how the oil spill has affected his business and the people in the area.
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