Beth Lowell

Oceana

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Seafood Fraud Campaign Director for the conservation group Oceana

Beth Lowell on KCRW

Maybe you went out for a seafood dinner last night and had a nice piece of sea bass. Or was it sea bass?

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Maybe you went out for a seafood dinner last night and had a nice piece of sea bass. Or was it sea bass?

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