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Why Is There Floating Grass In Crystal River?

As a result of the work being done by Save Crystal River and Sea & Shoreline, lush, native, healthy eelgrass has replaced the invasive blue green algae, Lyngbya, that once clogged and polluted the beautiful ecosystem.

This abundant grass cleans the water, provides habitat for many species, improves fish breeding grounds, and feeds the manatees that visit and live in Crystal River and Kings Bay.

Watch for upcoming posts for more answers.

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