Bay 101: Bay grasses
What are underwater grasses, and how are they integral to the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem?
Bay grasses, also known as submerged aquatic vegetation, are an integral part of the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem. Brooke Landry from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) explains what bay grasses need to grow and why their survival is important to Bay critters.
- Produced by
- Will Parson
- Blue Dot Sessions via FreeMusicArchive.org
- Special thanks to
- Brooke Landry
I love this video!!!
This is a good introduction. I would like to get more information in this format. I am sure there are great volumes of information about the Bay marine grasses and other aquatic vegetation. Could you provide links here also? Could you show how these issues tie to the various maryland state agencies and how the federal agencies are involved? Inquiring minds want to know. Thank you for producing this video. It is a good first step.
Thank you for making this video, now I understand how important the bay grasses are.
Thank you for helping the Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay program!
I dont like quarantine but this helped me on my project so YAY
I don't like quarantine but this helped me on my project so YAY
Thx. This was actually very useful
Wow this is really cool, I like it. Grass is cool. :) 2/14/2019
I love bay grasses
I LIKE GRASS!!!
This help me on project too. Very interesting. Also not a good idea to plant bay grass without consulting a professional.
Very helpful. Thanks for the info =)
it was awesome to plant them
how can I get some grasses to plant in the water by my home, in joppatowne on Rumsey Island. Where can i get seeds or plants?
This is awesome! Thanks for all your help, science XD
this help me with project
hi thank u for everything
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