Tommy Valencia, center, loads up his boat with bundles of eelgrass, which he and other divers will replanted in various locations around Morro Bay in 2014. A new Cal Poly study shows water quality conditions in some parts of the Morro Bay estuary could be the driving factor in preventing eelgrass recovery.
Tommy Valencia, center, loads up his boat with bundles of eelgrass, which he and other divers will replanted in various locations around Morro Bay in 2014. A new Cal Poly study shows water quality conditions in some parts of the Morro Bay estuary could be the driving factor in preventing eelgrass recovery. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
Tommy Valencia, center, loads up his boat with bundles of eelgrass, which he and other divers will replanted in various locations around Morro Bay in 2014. A new Cal Poly study shows water quality conditions in some parts of the Morro Bay estuary could be the driving factor in preventing eelgrass recovery. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

Volunteers work to restore Morro Bay's vital eelgrass beds

August 13, 2014 04:51 PM