11-08-2012 Save Drakes Bay Oyster Farm Video and Petition

To access this three minute video and the petition to Save Drakes Bay Oyster Farm, please click on the link below or copy and paste it into your web browser.

Save Drakes Bay Oyster Farm 3 minute video and Petition 11-08-2012

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6 Comments

  1. Kim Parigoris

     /  November 14, 2012

    None of these links are working to the video and petition

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    • Please click on, or copy and paste, this link to view the video: http://vimeo.com/53088980
      I was able to access them from my computer so I suspect the web browser you are using might be causing difficulties. Firefox does not always like Vimeo although I am using it right now and not having any problems. I have had some issues recently with Google Chrome. I suggest you upgrade your browser or try a different one.

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  2. mark medeiros

     /  November 28, 2012

    I too am having issues getting to the petition and our system at work is very sophiscated. We are trying to get to the web site to sign petition. I have been to the seashore and to the oyster farm; such a shame that our govt would get so skewed to the point of ignoring facts. Fight on Lunnys!

    mark medeiros

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  3. Kim Parigoris

     /  November 30, 2012

    I was told that there might be a DVD of this video available, maybe where we could burn copies and distribute. I know Salazar did not extend the lease but this needs to get out to the public. His decision has sickened me. where has my country gone…

    Reply
    • Some people live in areas so remote as to make viewing of the video on line impossible and others were made to be hand delivered to Michelle Obama and others during a private visit to DC. I have 7 copies left and more could be made. Let me know and we’ll work something out to cover the costs. The video was produced pro-bono so there would only be the costs of the DVDs, cases, envelopes and postage.

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  4. Kim Parigoris

     /  November 30, 2012

    I can burn DVD’s on my computer if they are not protected. If that is OK. I would buy the blank DVD’s myself and make the copies and make them available for free. I have NO desire to capitalize off this- just want to get the word out- this was such a well done video. So if the DVD you have can be copied would that work if I bought one from you? Or if I had the raw footage in mpv form that would work too. But that would have to be uploaded to a program like Dropbox or Hotfile. too big to email

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