Improving the Indian River Lagoon one seagrass mat at a time

With recent discharges from Lake Okeechobee into the Indian River Lagoon impacting marine wildlife, local community members are taking matters into their own hands. And it all begins with seagrass.

"Observing the best techniques to restore seagrass and from there we can take those findings and that data and spread it to practitioners all over the globe, so we can together find what works best for seagrass restoration," Nathaniel Winn, a research associate at Florida Oceanographic Society, said.

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