The St. Lucie Estuary in Martin County grabbed headlines and the attention of Washington politicians this summer, but it was not the only waterway in the region damaged by the exceptionally wet rainy season.
The 20-mile-long Lake Worth Lagoon, the largest estuary in Palm Beach County, also suffered the loss of sea grasses and oysters, which help clean the water and provide habitat for wildlife.
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