Late last month, a team of scientists from the California Department of Toxic Substances Control’s Office of Criminal Investigations sampled fragments of treated wood and other debris that remain at the shoreline of Drakes Estero, where the National Park Service dismantled the oyster farm as part of a $4 million restoration project last year. The criminal investigation may . . .

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