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Scotland's first restored seagrass sprouting in Loch Craignish
NOW AVAILABLE! A series of practical how-to videos for restoring seagrass
If you're keen to learn about how to survey, harvest, process, and plant this carbon sequestering, biodiversity enhancing wonder plant,...
Spring Newsletter 2022
Autumn Newsletter 2021
An historic moment for Scotland and Loch Craignish
Community-led marine habit restoration powering ahead! The very first of many seagrass seeds to be planted in the next few weeks....
Our community-led Seagrass restoration has started!
This weekend our community-led Seagrass restoration got well underway. Snorkelers, divers and volunteers worked together to collect...
Summer 2021 Newsletter
Winter 2020 Newsletter
October 2020 BIG news!
Our first 60,000 native oysters are now on the seabed in Loch Craignish, thanks to lots of brilliant (socially distanced) volunteers. At...
Our 60,000 native oysters in our floating nursery have grown incredibly well. We have seen NO mortality, and most of them have trebled in...
Members of the Craignish community have been surveying the seabed in preparation for putting down our first 60,000 juvenile native...
It’s the end of July, and a gorgeous morning in Argyll and a crowd of us, of all ages, are gathered around polystyrene boxes on the beach...
Our first five oyster hoisters with nearly three hundred oysters have been suspended off the pontoons at the Ardfern Yacht Centre! Each...
Despite Covid19, we’re pulling out all the stops to get the project up and running in the summer. Currently, we are sourcing equipment...
In late April, we took a peek at our pilot project native oysters growing in a gabion cage on the seabed off Eilean Buidhe to see how...
One of the challenges of the restoration project, and a subject for more research, is where to place the juvenile oysters on the seabed...