Community-led marine habit restoration powering ahead!
 

Seawilding is actively rolling-out our best-practise, low-cost marine habitat restoration methodologies to other community groups across Scotland. We are proud to be working with these communities, empowering them to manage their own inshore marine environments sustainably, while addressing biodiversity-loss, sequestering carbon and creating Green Jobs.

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  1. Ardfern: Seawilding HQ

  2. Kilchoan estate, Loch Melfort: Native Oyster Restoration Project and Community training

  3. Oban: The Scottish Association for Marine Science, Project Partner

  4. CAOLAS Lochaline: Native Oyster Restoration Project and Community training

  5. Knoydart: Community training

  6. Loch Broom, Wester Ross: Native Oyster Restoration project in development

  7. Ardfern Yacht Centre: Oyster Hoister nursery and project partner

  8. Craignish Primary School: School engagement programme

  9. Kilmartin Primary School: School engagement programme

  10. Achahoish Primary School: School engagement programme

  11. Lochgilphead Cubs: School engagement programme

  12. Furnace Primary School: School engagement programme

  13. Rhunahaorine Primary School: School engagement programme

  14. Heart of Argyll Wildlife Organisation: Project Partner