*Why are aquatic plants important?* The health of submerged aquatic vegetation is an important environmental indicator of overall ocean and estuary health. Seagrasses in bays and lagoons, for instance, are vital to the success of small invertebrates and fish. These small creatures are a food source for commercial and recreational fish. Seagrasses also stabilize sediments, generate organic material needed by small invertebrates, and add oxygen to the surrounding water.
In conjunction with Earth Week, The A-Team is bringing awareness to disposable water bottles and its effects on climate change in our A Juicery eco-series, A Little by Little. AJuicery A Little by Little: Disposable Water Bottles
More Food, Less Water: Top 6 Farming Practices to Better Manage Water Use. This post in Food Tank’s series on World Water Day highlights practices that farmers can use to help reduce water consumption and waste.