Indian River Lagoon Sea Grass has Significant Value to Sportsman
According to an article in Florida Today (August 2, 2010-Jim Waymer) he estimated in 2007 the economic value of Indian River Lagoons 72,400 acres of sea grass, which support sport and commercial fisherys, is 329 billion dollars per year, worth $4,600 per acre. Learn more about sea grass at www.dep.state.fl.us/coastal/habitats/seagrass. 52 species of marines sea grasses exist world wide, and only seven are found in Florida waters.
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