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World Seagrass Day 2023

March 1st 2023 marks the first ever UN recognised World Seagrass Day, and so of course, alongside our faves over at Project Seagrass, we’re absolutely thrilled to have such an important plant recognised globally. Project Seagrass will also be shouting about seagrass over on their blogs and social media, and don’t forget they’re hosting a panel taking a deep dive into the global challenges of seagrass conservation, if you’d like to learn more just click here.

As we continue our support of Project Seagrass throughout 2023 with our #YouBuyWePlant campaign, here’s a brief overview of why we’re choosing to support Project Seagrass and some of the work they’ve been up to.


Just to make sure you’re up to speed, here are some basics on seagrass and some of the reasons we choose to support Project Seagrass in their conservation projects. Seagrasses are a type of plant that grow in shallow, sheltered coastal waters. They serve as a habitat and food source for numerous marine animals and help to improve water clarity and quality by filtering out pollutants and excess nutrients. They also reduce coastal erosion and enhance biodiversity. Perhaps most importantly, they also absorb vast amounts of carbon. Seagrasses occupy 0.1% of the seafloor, yet are responsible for 11% of the organic carbon buried in the ocean. However in the last 40 years, we’ve lost one third of seagrass meadows globally, that’s the equivalent of 2 football pitches of seagrass lost every hour, so something needs to be done!

With the help of all our amazing customers, we’ve managed to support the planting of over 58000 seeds through our #YouBuyWePlant campaign. Project Seagrass have also been able to invest heavily in their in-land nursery in Wales to support the research side of the planting, trying to understand further how the seeds can be planted to produce the best outcome. We took a visit to the nursery a couple of weeks ago to meet with the team and see the planting for ourselves.

We’re so pleased to see the work that Project Seagrass are doing to conserve and restore our seagrass meadows, and we wouldn’t be able to do this without you, so thank you!


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