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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Oil Spills Then and Now



Here is an idea?

If the responsible parties to this disaster agree and really want to help those affected by the oil spill financially, I am reasonably certain some folks along the coast would be willing to accept money needed to start-up and operate inland shrimp farms like the ones in West Texas. (map)

Here is a report by Granvil Treece of the Texas A&M University on some of their activities: Texas Aquaculture Association

As you will discover, a 20 acre farm is capable of yielding upwards of 20,000 pounds of shrimp annually.

I would like your comments.

Do you think the responsible parties to the oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico should offer financial assistance to coastal residents and/or shrimpers who want to start-up inland shrimp farms?

Please respond in the comment section below. Other resources.

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