An unusual microvolunteering opportunity has come in this week, for those who like to be up early or try something different:
Join Project Seagrass for a snorkeling adventure this July at Bouldnor.
You will be shown how to collect seagrass seeds which will be used for local restoration projects.
To sign up for Saturday 16th July: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/…/seagrass-seed-collection…
To sign up for Sunday – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/…/seagrass-seed-collection…
Our three pillars define how we act. As such, we’re passionate about:
- engaging the wider community on the presence and importance of seagrass ecosystems, the services they provide and current seagrass management issues,
- supporting local stakeholders in the use of standardised scientific methodologies,
- promoting and assisting with long-term monitoring of seagrass condition,
- assisting with scientific research and supporting conservation and restoration measures that help facilitate the long-term resilience of seagrass ecosystems.