If you have swam, boated, or paddled around Kings Bay this winter, you have probably seen an unusual amount of eelgrass blades floating throughout the canals. A closer look may have even revealed that some of the robust eelgrass beds you have grown accustomed to seeing might be looking a little thinner than usual. No need for concern!
We moved our equipment down the road to work on the canals near world famous Three Sisters Springs, a US Fish and Wildlife Preserve. Each winter hundreds of West Indian Manatees come to these waters. Save Crystal RIver is planting food.
A group of dedicated citizens change what a salt water disaster and 20 years of algae gone wild created. Save Crystal River, a 501(c)3 took on the restoration challenge, and is producing some pretty amazing results.