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Patricia Sagastume’s journalism career spans over two decades in broadcast television, radio and print. Whether she is producing a feature about the lobstering industry or investigating a story behind the scenes of a two-year copper mining strike, her stories unravel a drama that makes you care. Her credits range from being a producer for a PBS health series to reporting for television magazine programs across the country. Patricia's talent as a series producer was evident in the award-winning children's program she created. Later she developed a science and technology series for a PBS broadcast station in Tampa. In the Southwest she contributed border-themed stories to a syndicated PBS regional radio program. Her on-camera work landed her stints as a co-anchor and host of news and entertainment shows across the country. Currently, she specializes in environmental stories for radio, print and other projects. In 2012, she was a journalism fellow for the Scripps Howard Institute on the Environment and Science. Ms. Sagastume is scuba certified, which comes in handy to explore coral reefs.