A First for the Solent: Osborne Bay Voluntary No Anchor Zone Installed

Osborne Bay hosts an expansive seagrass bed that is showing signs of damage from anchoring and mooring pressures. Surveys indicate a high level of this activity in the bay. Reducing and removing these pressures will allow the seagrass bed to naturally recover and flourish. Natural England led the introduction of a Voluntary No Anchor Zone…

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Seagrass awareness boards unveiled at marinas across Plymouth

Interpretation boards help boat users navigate sensitive seabed habitats The new seagrass information boards in Plymouth are the first to be installed at marinas and harbours in five key seagrass sites in the South of England. The first of these boards, funded by the LIFE Recreation ReMEDIES Project, were installed at six marinas across Plymouth,…

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4,000 Seagrass plants deployed in Plymouth Sound

Our work on England’s largest seagrass restoration effort continues in Plymouth Sound National Marine Park this summer.  ReMEDIES restoration lead the Ocean Conservation Trust (OCT), have planted 100 seagrass pillows into the restoration site at Jennycliff Bay, each containing around 40 healthy seagrass plants, with rhizomes. With this latest effort covering 2,500 square metres of…

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