Eelgrass tortillas at UConn Avery Point

Kim Barbour, habitat restoration outreach specialist with the Cornell University Cooperative Extension, right in green, helps volunteers, from left, Scott Gager, Fran Pijar and Jack Spratt weave eelgrass shoots into organic burlap disks called "tortillas" Tuesday at UConn Avery Point as part of a workshop about restoring eelgrass meadows in Long Island Sound.
Kim Barbour, habitat restoration outreach specialist with the Cornell University Cooperative Extension, right in green, helps volunteers, from left, Scott Gager, Fran Pijar and Jack Spratt weave eelgrass shoots into organic burlap disks called "tortillas" Tuesday at UConn Avery Point as part of a workshop about restoring eelgrass meadows in Long Island Sound. Sean D. Elliot/The Day Buy Photo

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