There aren't a lot of places for fish habitat off of the nature coast so the Hernando County Marine Program created artificial reefs. The reefs were put in the Gulf six months ago and are already drawing in lots of marine life.
Posted by Wendi Lane on Monday, April 23, 2018
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources sponsored a 2003 field test to assess the suitability of Reef Balls for catching a natural oyster spat set. The Maryland Environmental Service contracted […]
Living Shoreline Demonstration Project, Louisiana Photo cutesy of CPRA’s St. Bernard Parish Living Shoreline Demonstration Project, funded by the Coastal Impact Assistance Program The Tetra Tech team used analytical and […]
By PRWeb – May 21, 2018 – In Industry, PRWeb The first undersea memorial to these 65 lost submarines will be dedicated 27 MAY 2018 in Sarasota, nearly 50 years after loss of the […]