No Mosquitos, No Fish | Conscience Point
Clip: Season 21 Episode 4 | 1m 25s
In a scene from Conscience Point, off the coast of the Hamptons a Long Island bayman shows how much fish and shellfish populations have been reduced due to mosquito control, harming the ecosystem and destroying his livelihood. He feels the Shinnecock Indian Nation are the only people who've ever kept the shores undeveloped. "If you look at the bay around where the reservation is, it's gorgeous."
Aired: 11/18/19 |
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