LOCAL ACTION, GLOBAL TRACTION
Project Seagrass believes strongly in direct action. Through the findings of our research and monitoring, we target this action accordingly so that measures and activities exist with strong and robust foundations.
From tree planting schemes to restoring seagrass, we’re committed to conservation.
By underwater gardening, we can actively replant lost seagrass meadows
Conserving seagrass demands working together. That’s why we believe strongly in Goal 17: Partnerships for the Goals.
We aim to create the first ever full scale seagrass restoration project in the UK, doing our best for Goal 14: Life Below Water.
By monitoring seagrass meadows, we can keep an eye on how they’re doing
Porthdinllaen, North Wales
Seagrass-Watch Survey We’ve been monitoring seagrass four times a year at Porthdinllaen for the last 3 years, making it the only survey of its kind to do so in the United Kingdom
Isles of Scilly
Seagrass-Watch Survey Natural England x Project Seagrass Survey In collaboration with Natural England, Project Seagrass help monitor seagrass meadows in the Isles of Scilly.