WPEC: From death, comes new life on the Indian River Lagoon

Discarded shells from local restaurants in Stuart are recycled inside bags, then they’re deployed into the Indian River Lagoon as reefs. (Source: WPEC, Channel 12)

 

Harmful algae continues to plague the Indian River Lagoon along the Treasure Coast.

Biologists still don’t know why a diversity of fish suddenly died earlier this month.

In an effort to revitalize these waters, the City of Stuart in partnership with the Florida Oceanographic Society hope dead oysters can come to the rescue.

For the complete story and video: http://www.cbs12.com/news/top-stories/stories/vid_20700.shtml

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