Workers, some with the oyster farm for decades, have begun to pack away items and take down the farm’s structures, but refuse to dismantle the racks on which the oysters grow.  David Briggs

On Friday afternoon, a week after the Supreme Court rejected Drakes Bay Oyster Company’s appeal, Isela Meza sorted baby oysters in the hatchery’s tanks, immersing her hands in water pumped from the estero. Ms. Meza, or “Rosa . . .

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