Burlap is helping to stabilize seagrass in the Indian River Lagoon

The Florida Oceanographic Society is conducting waterway conservation research regarding seagrass restoration, water quality monitoring, and oyster development.

"In the Indian River Lagoon, we have seven species of seagrass making it one of the most biodiverse estuaries and all of North America," said Dr. Loraé Simpson, who is the director of research and conservation at Florida Oceanographic Society.

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