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Seagrass Processing

We have a wonderful opportunity for volunteers to help us process seagrass plants ready for planting. 

Must I live locally? 

You can, but you don't have to, this is open to everyone. It will be located at our Seawilding HQ on the banks of Loch Craignish

Why?

We think transplanting seagrass plants are the key to restoration at scale, however it takes a lot of time to process the harvested plants. Each plant needs an iron washer attached to help with survivability. That is why we need help. The processed seagrass will be planted out by our team which should form vitally important new meadows - see video below for more information.

What do you need to know?

No experience necessary, this will be all on shore volunteering so no need to get wet.

What do I need to do?

Choose a date from the sign up from below

Various dates available - see below

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