The Return of S.A.V.

By: Alisa Fried, AWS Stewardship Intern*


The presence of underwater grasses provides various benefits to the river and the organisms that live in and around it. 

Submerged Aquatic Vegetation, The River’s Health Barometer

By: Audrey Pleva


Wild Celery underwater in the Susquehanna River. Credit: Debbie Hinkle, Chesapeake Quarterly

AWS is now moving underwater and beginning an exciting effort to restore the river’s submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV).  These beautiful grasses are essential to cleaning the river and providing oxygen to our suffocating fish and other aquatic organisms.

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