Community groups such as GROWLS, the power squadron, and Save Our Shores had displays as did Help the Kelp, a group recently re-launched by organiser Michael Mehta and others.
“One of the most important things for Help the Kelp is to convince the community that what we’re doing is not only very important but timely,” Mehta told The Shingle.
“There are a lot of people on the island who are concerned about marine ecosystems,” he said. When communities work together on such issues, he said, they can make a difference.
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