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The Isolated Conservationist

Posted on April 1, 2020 at 11:30 AM



© Joseph Gray / WWF 


By Evie Furness 


You are not alone! We are all having to take a pause from our chaotic lives in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. We must support our health care services and the incredible frontline workers by staying at home.


Our

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Oceans Festival 2019

Posted on September 20, 2019 at 2:45 AM

By Issy Inman


Oceans Festival was a day to celebrate work being carried out by scientists, educators, volunteers, artists and many more. There was a variety of stands all sharing the same passion for our oceans. With stalls selling sustainable and plastic free items to beautiful artwork of marine mammals...

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Intership Reflections - An introduction to Underwater Gardening!

Posted on September 12, 2019 at 10:20 AM


By Issy Inman


Hello,


I am Issy, a new intern at Project Seagrass. I just wanted to share with you a quick update with what I have been involved in so far!


My first day started at Porthcawl beach, with two groups of...

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Project Seagrass: A Year In Review 2018-2019

Posted on June 28, 2019 at 4:55 AM



Richard Lilley 


Every year, as a charitable organisation, we have to write a report highlighting the previous 12 months activities. In our early days as a charity these seemed fairly straightforward, but as I sit here to write this, I find it very difficult to decided what to include. A good sign for seagrass!

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Spotlight on Scotland: The Sound of Jura

Posted on April 25, 2019 at 1:15 PM


By Richard 'RJ' Lilley



The weather in Scotland has been beautiful recently making the start of my Spring fieldwork very enjoyable - although surface water temperatures of 7 or 8℃ was a swift reminder that winter has only just left us!


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