Hidden Meadows Are Key To Sea Otter Survival
A hidden resource grows in the dappled sunlight of our coasts. Seagrass meadows thrive in shallow brackish waters. These carbon-sequestering havens provide food and shelter for a stunning variety of species, and are a tremendous resource for sea otters. But we're destroying them at an unsustainable rate to make room for human development.
The damage a boat propeller can do in five seconds can take 50 years to heal. These meadows must be protected.YOU CAN HELP