"Without this injunction, not only will a small business close, but families will be forced out of their homes, and the community will lose a sustainable farming resource," Abbasi said in the statement. "The Lunnys are weighing their options for next steps and will make their decision known in the coming days."
Interior spokesman Blake Androff said he would not comment because the case is still ongoing.
"Today's decision is another affirmation of the principle that 'a deal is a deal,'" Johanna Wald, senior counselor at the National Resources Defense Council, said in a statement. "The preservation of Drakes Estero will be enjoyed by millions of Californians and lovers of wilderness and parks for generations to come."