Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (SAV) Restoration Using Innovative Seed-Based Technology - Final Report, September 2011 (Legacy 10-60) (PDF)
The objective of this study was to use an innovative technology to coat eelgrass seeds for restoration at two sites in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. By utilizing this technology, and honing in on the best mixture for the seed coating technology, we will be able to make seagrass restoration more efficient and cost effective for not only installation natural resource managers, but also the general public. This report details the study, the results, with a cost benefit analysis and management recommendations.
Fact Sheet: Developing a Model SAV Project for DoD Installations in the Chesapeake Bay (Legacy 02-60) (DOC)
This document summarizes a project that involved a 2 day workshop and resulted in a comprehensive SAV restoration handbook for military installations within the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Fact Sheet: Chesapeake Bay Program Interagency Partnership: Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (Legacy 00-36) (DOC)
This document summarizes a project that, using existing restoration planting, identified the best areas within the bay and resulted in the development of low cost, long term SAV monitoring protocols.