Planting Sea Grass in the Caloosahatchee

by | Jun 18, 2018 | Featured

Tape grass and other seagrasses are extremely vital to the Caloosahatchee Estuary, providing protection and spawning areas for dozens of species of sea life. Unfortunately, the high salinity during dry season has caused over 1000 acres of this invaluable plant to die off in recent years. Calusa Waterkeeper is helping to replenish the Estuary by planting and protecting young seagrasses.