Why Seagrass?
Seagrass, the unsung hero of the seas, not only provides a habitat for native seahorses, fish, and other marine life, it also protects our shores from erosion whilst filtering and improving water quality. But, most impressively, Seagrass absorbs and converts carbon 35 times faster than the rainforest, providing a global benefit in reversing climate change.

Tragically, we have lost up to 92% of our seagrass in the last century. Pollution runoff from the land is harmful to marine plants and animals. Anchors, boat propellers and bad fishing practices have also made an impact. In addition, warming global temperatures make the seas more acidic, harming habitats on which may animals depend for food and shelter.

Find out more here ~ Project Seagrass