Verrill Voices: Newsflash - Rockweed Not a Fish

May 14, 2019 Podcast

In this episode of Verrill Voices, environmental attorneys Gordon Smith and Scott Anderson discuss how private property rights could save the world, or at least the coast of Maine, when the fate of ecologically vital rockweed hangs in the balance.

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