Decimated kelp forests in the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary will benefit from much-needed restoration efforts after President Joe Biden signed into law on March 16 a package of funding for community-based projects—the first since a ban on federal earmarks in 2011—that included $2 million for the beleaguered seaweed. 

The funding, championed by Congressman Jared Huffman . . .

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