We look at the backlash against Governor Patrick’s plan to temporarily house immigrant children in Massachusetts.
A Market Basket veteran outlines employees’ demands, and an economist puts the protest in the context of business and labor in the US.
A geologist says there is little we can do prevent radical change to the Cape’s shoreline.
Researchers want to alter the DNA of entire wild populations — but they’re opening the discussion to the public before they move forward.
Author Paul Greenberg explores the ecological impacts of the U.S. import-export deficit in seafood.
We’re going to talk today about one of our state’s most dynamic places — constantly changing, even as it tries to protect what has made Cape Cod a destination for so many.
It’s not just the Cape’s population that’s changing, its the ocean around it, as well. In a moment, we’ll talk about the changing fishing industry. But first, the mysteries of its ocean depths.
A recent government assessment put the Cod population at less than one fifth of what scientists say is necessary to maintain a healthy population. To protect the dwindling species, two years ago the feds cut the quota for cod fishing by roughly 80 percent.
Patty Larkin is a Wellfleet-based singer and songwriter and an Artist in Residence at Berklee College of Music.
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