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Cashes Ledge is one of New England’s most remarkable undersea treasures: a 25-mile long underwater mountain range 80 miles off the coasts of Maine and Massachusetts. Cashes Ledge harbors the largest and deepest cold water kelp forest on the eastern seaboard and a vast array of ocean wildlife, from North Atlantic right whales, Atlantic wolffish, and blue sharks to fields of anemones and sponges. It’s also vital nursery habitat for commercially important groundfish such as Atlantic cod.As a protected habitat, Cashes Ledge serves as a vital refuge for rare, diverse, and recovering species. Take action today in support of permanent protection for Cashes Ledge.
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