The plan was like the Manhattan Project of permaculture. With the weather changing faster every day, wetlands all over the world were dying of lost insects, being stripped by hurricane winds, or withering from rising salinity. So The Myth aimed to create a New Wetland. Through rapid testing and genetic tweaks, the aquatect’s team of ecosystem hackers was honing in on a combination of swamp grasses, oysters, and thick tropical trees that they believed would turn the sputtering Everglades into an overclocked engine of carbon sequestration, desalination, water filtration, flood mitigation, and topsoil retention—a total package of environmental redemption.
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