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Fix Our Water: Massive Seagrass Die-Off in Florida Bay

Mats of seagrass after a dieoff in the Indian River Lagoon. Photo: Dr. Aaron Adams Mats of seagrass after a dieoff in the Indian River Lagoon. Photo: Dr. Aaron Adams

The Washington Post recently released an article about the massive seagrass die-off in Florida Bay. Over 40,000 acres of seagrass have died since last summer, a result of years of water-mismanagement not allowing enough water to reach Florida Bay, which led to hypersalinity (too much salt water) and caused this die-off. Read the full article here.

We are asking you to take action today if you care about these and the many other fisheries being negatively affected around the state of Florida. Visit www.btt.org/fixourwater to send a message to your government representatives. It only takes a minute to make your voice heard.