Project Seagrass

Advancing seagrass conservation through education, influence, research and action  

Seagrass is being lost globally at a rate of 1.5% per yearThat amounts to about 2 football fields each hour...

...yet seagrass receives no attention and we're here to change that!

Project Seagrass is committed to the conservation of seagrass ecosystems and ensuring that the benefits they provide communities are sustained now and for the future.

Through education, influence, research and action, we can save seagrass!

What is seagrass? And why is saving seagrass, these secret underwater meadows, so important to you?

Find out about the important seagrass research conducted by the Project Seagrass team. Or learn more about our education campaigns in the seagrass news.

A seagrass meadow in the Wakatobi National Park, Indonesia. Photo taken by Benjamin Jones.

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