Andy Bystrom, Pretoma’s communications director hits the “No Tuna Farms” campaign trail with this documentary video:

I left San Jose at 7 am…

…11 hours later the beaten down bus lumbered to its final stop in the one block town of Punta Banco. Just beyond the town the dirt road dead ends in the lush green folds of Costa Rica’s southern Pacific coast, making it impossible to travel any further by vehicle.

From Punta Banco it’s a 2 hour hike south (4 hours if you forget the video camera and have to go back for it) along a deserted beach to reach the proposed site of a tuna farm aquaculture project. The proposal has the community up in arms and ready to fight off anyone or anything that threatens their quiet way of life.

Watch this documentary of my trip from the congested San Jose streets to the mouth of Costa Rica’s Golfo Dulce  and learn why there’s a fight brewing in paradise.

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    Andy Bystrom, Pretoma's communications director hits the 'No Tuna Farms' campaign trail with this documentary video: I left San Jose at 7 am… …11 hours later the beaten down bus lumbered to its final stop in the one block town of Punta Banco. Just beyond the town the dirt road dead...