Planting Hope. Seagrass seeds are collected each summer by staff, students, volunteers and community groups across the UK.
After the seeds are collected they are transported to the laboratory at Swansea University in Wales where they are processed and packaged for planting out.
Once the seed bags are ready they are planted in the sea on BoSS lines (Unsworth et al, 2019).
Tackling the Climate and Nature Emergency
In the last century, up to 92% of the UK’s seagrass has disappeared as a result of pollution, runoff from the land, coastal development and damage from boat propellers and chain moorings.
Help us to restore our British seagrass meadows to their former glory.
Support our work and help us to tackle the Climate and Nature Emergency together.
Project Seagrass is an marine conservation charity dedicated to ensuring that seagrass meadows are protected globally, for the biodiversity and people that depend on them. Registered Charity in England and Wales No.1162824 and in Scotland No. SC046788