The Ocean Conservation Trust has been working towards the protection and restoration of seagrasses for the past decade. Take a look at some of the work we’ve carried out in the past…
Charitable trust focus on seagrass habitat loss in the U.K. since 2013.
Awarded £474,000 3-year Heritage Lottery Fund project focus on seagrass conservation.
Partner in scientific publications on the condition of seagrass in the U.K.
Partner in LIFE E.U funded project, remit of involvement education and restoration.
Working relationship with botanical laboratories and gardens.
Development of first U.K. successful seagrass Advanced Mooring System.
Develop large seagrass research facility in the National Marine Aquarium.
Ocean Conservation Trust team has 7 years expertise in the field of seagrass conservation.
Support Winston Churchill Memorial Fellowship for overseas travel to understand issues faced by tropical seagrasses decline.
Funded seagrass projects including the Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST).