An excavator removes soil at an area called O-5, which was a well pad that was removed and restored in 2014. Most of the vegetation in the foreground is mock heather or lupine, some of which  is dying as a result of the drought and drought-related disease.
An excavator removes soil at an area called O-5, which was a well pad that was removed and restored in 2014. Most of the vegetation in the foreground is mock heather or lupine, some of which  is dying as a result of the drought and drought-related disease. Photo courtesy of Chevron
An excavator removes soil at an area called O-5, which was a well pad that was removed and restored in 2014. Most of the vegetation in the foreground is mock heather or lupine, some of which  is dying as a result of the drought and drought-related disease. Photo courtesy of Chevron

'Another 10 years': Guadalupe dunes still recovering from oil spill

June 27, 2015 08:41 PM