"They're almost all gone": Oyster farmers in the Florida Panhandle count their losses after Hurricane Michael
After Hurricane Michael rampaged through Panacea, in Florida, local oyster farmer Cainnon Gregg thought he was lucky the storm hadn't wiped out all of his gear. But as he opens bag after bag, he discovers a much bigger loss than he - or anyone - expected.
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