, 2016
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Watermen of Virginia Engaged executive director Lisa Carol Rose addresses the Virginia Marine Resources Commission during last week’s public hearing regarding restrictions on oyster harvesting. She harvests oysters on the Rappahannock River with family members aboard the Lady Lindsay. Rose urged commissioners to listen to the watermen who, she said, have more knowledge of the state’s oyster beds than many scientists.(story) Photo by Larry Chowning


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