Contact details

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.

Can we offer carbon credits?

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.

Can you volunteer for Project Seagrass?

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 where there are opportunities to pick seagrass seeds for our restoration work. We also offer opportunities throughout the year where extra hands are needed to process these seeds. Please sign up to our volunteer database here if you would like to get involved with our work. We keep up to date with our volunteers on our dedicated ‘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.

Do you offer internships?

We do offer internships as part of university students’ placement year degrees. We currently offer three different internships: Communication Intern, Seagrass Nursey Intern and Seagrass Ocean Rescue Intern. For more information and to apply, check out our careers page.

Short-term placements are available over the summer months (July-September). These placements are open to anyone over the age of 18.

If you have any questions about our internship programs, please email:

Occasionally we offer work experience for those under 18 years old. This is subject to staff availability. Please email: if you are interested.

Are you hiring?

Check out our careers page where we will post information about any current vacancies. You can also follow us on LinkedIn and other social media platforms where we will post if there are any upcoming job opportunities.

In the meantime, why not sign up for our volunteer database found here.

Do you have any data I can use in my research project?

We have a citizen program called SeagrassSpotter which aims to map seagrass globally. You can download the data from it for free and use it towards your research. Unfortunately, as a small team, we do not have the capacity to help students collect specific data for their thesis.

Where can I see seagrass?

Seagrass meadows are found in the shallow, sheltered areas of our coast and can be found either intertidal (uncovered daily by seawater, as the tide goes in and out) or subtidal (always under the water). Seagrasses prefer sheltered places, such as shallow bays, lagoons, and estuaries (sheltered areas where rivers flow into the sea), where waves are limited and light and nutrient levels are high.

To find out places around the world you can see seagrass, check out our citizen science program SeagrassSpotter. If you find any seagrass on your adventures, make sure you upload it to SeagrassSpotter to help contribute to mapping the distribution of the worlds seagrass.

What do I do if I've found seagrass?

One of the biggest issues facing seagrass conservation is simply not knowing where it is! If you’ve found seagrass, upload your sighting to our citizen science programme SeagrassSpotter. If you’re not sure which species you’ve found, you can use our identify tool to identify the species you’ve found.

Do you have any educational resources?

Yes, check out our educational resources page for free educational activities and packs.

How do I donate or fundraise for Project Seagrass?

Thank you! If you would like to donate, you can do so directly via our website by clicking here. You can give a one off gift or set up a regular gift.

Whether you are running a marathon, baking cakes or having donations instead of gifts, there are a few easy ways you can support Project Seagrass. Most of our supporters choose to use JustGiving as it’s easy to set up and the money comes direct to the charity. Others prefer to request a fundraising tin from us, collect cash and to take it to the bank with our bank details which you can find here:

Account Name: Project Seagrass

Account Number: 6568 5282

Account Sort Code: 08-92-99

There are other ways you can support us, such as leaving a gift in your will. Whatever you’re planning, let us know as we’d love to help in any way we can. Contact our Fundraising and Relationship Manager, Louise Swindell on

How are donations spent?

Donations made directly to us are used wherever the need is greatest. This may be towards project delivery costs, towards project salaries or even for lightbulbs for the office (which we use sparingly!). All donations are spent carefully and we value all support.

What is your charity number?

We are a registered charity in England, Wales and Scotland.

Registered Charity in England and Wales No. 1162824 and in Scotland No. SC046788.

Project Seagrass HQ

Unit 1,
Garth Drive,
Brackla Industrial Estate,
CF31 2AQ

Complaints, compliments, and feedback

We welcome your feedback to help us continually learn and improve how we work. Please get in touch with us about any aspect of our work or if you wish to make a complaint.

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