Sounds pretty vague, right? Well not really, take Ca for example, they care nothing for industry, that's why they're running it off.
Now a small family owned farm in Northern Ca established 40 years ago is being forced out of business, all in the name of the environment.
Folks, this has to be the poster child of shooting oneself in the foot.http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2013/02/19/drakes-bay-oyster-co-begins-final-appeal-to-stay-open/
Early this year, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar refused to renew the farm’s lease in the national park, saying the waters of Drakes Estero should return to wilderness.
Barring an injunction, Lunny will have until March 15 to vacate the premises the farm has occupied for forty years.
Lunny has warned that if the injunction is not granted by the U.S. 9th Circuit, oyster prices in California could quickly rise. Lunny has been quoted as saying his farm accounts for roughly 40% of commercial oyster production in the state.