Have a question about seagrass, our projects or just want to get in touch? You can reach us via email using the address below.
We endeavour to respond to enquiries as quickly as possible but sometimes take a while due to our busy workload and small team.
Before you email us, it’s worth checking to see if you can find an answer here.
Seagrass restoration is just part of what we do to work towards seagrass conservation. Unfortunately, our restoration project is not a verified carbon offsetting scheme.
While seagrass does absorb carbon, the amount of carbon absorbed can vary depending numerous characteristics such as water depth, exposure, sediment type, species planted and temperature. It’s therefore difficult to say how much carbon 1 square meter of seagrass will absorb.
However, we’re interested in hearing from individuals and businesses that wish to help us restore seagrass for seagrass’ sake; to help bring biodiversity back to our oceans for the vast benefits that nature provides.
Community is central to who we are and we heavily depend on volunteers for our action programmes.
The summer period is our main fieldwork season, and we post opportunities to get involved with our work within our ‘Project Seagrass Volunteers’ Facebook Group. All opportunities are posted on there, and we would love to have you on board in the future. Please also keep an eye on our social media pages where we will post any opportunities to get involved.
If you would like to volunteer your time on a more regular basis, we also have our citizen science programme SeagrassSpotter. We urge anyone interested in seagrass to participate in this growing project to help map seagrass on the global stage. You can find more information about that here, or download the SeagrassSpotter app on the App Store or Google Play Store.