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Mon November 2, 2009
"The sad truth about gillnets is they catch and kill animals indiscriminately, including undersized and non-target fishes, along with sea turtles, waterbirds and marine mammals."
By Andy Wood
Wilmington, NC – I was recently visiting Cedar Key, a coastal community on the Gulf Coast of Florida where I saw firsthand evidence of how well a community can adapt to change by escaping the economic trap of "business as usual."
Andy Wood is education director for Audubon North Carolina and author of "Backyard Carolina," a collection of his WHQR commentaries.