Eelgrass is growing again in areas where oyster racks once lined Drakes Estero. In presentations this month, Dr. Ben Becker, a science advisor and research coordinator for the National Park Service, described the first five years of what he called a passive eelgrass restoration as both variable and largely successful. 

“Some of the restored areas have as much eelgrass as . . .

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