There are grassy meadows under the sea.

Big fields of grass grow under the sea! The grass hides sea creatures. It protects shorelines from washing away. Seagrass is food for fish.

Seagrass in New Hampshire had died off. But there is good news. The grass is growing back.


READ MORE: Beds of bright green seagrass sway in the shallow waters of New Hampshire’s Great Bay. Scientist Fred Short is happy. There was almost no grass left 30 years ago. Seagrass grows where sunlight can reach it. The plants turn energy from the Sun into the food they need to grow. Waste can cloud water and kill the grasses. Meadows of seagrass help to keep oceans healthy. Did you know about seagrass? Job 12:13 reminds us, “With God are wisdom and might.”