Clarification: Saving Seagrass story

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In this Oct. 29, 2019 photo, a clump of eel grass wraps around a boat anchor pulled up from the waters of Great Bay in Durham, N.H. After years of declines, University of New Hampshire marine scientists have started to document a recovery of eel grass, which is critical for water quality in the bay and serves as food source and shelter for fish, crustaceans and other marine animals. (AP Photo/Michael Casey)

DURHAM, NH – In a story published Dec. 22, 2019, The Associated Press reported that the Great Bay was 1,020 square miles (2,650 square kilometers). The story should have made clear that area was for the Great Bay watershed.