The Sea Trust is currently running three main projects: the People’s Porpoise photo-ID project, where images of individual porpoise are used to study their population and ecology; Ocean Guardians which aims to reduce single use plastic in the local community; and Ffoto Fins & Flippers which trains volunteers to become citizen scientists and record marine wildlife around the Pembrokeshire coast.
You can explore these in more depth below.
Help us continue our ground-breaking work by donating to our Porpoise Photo-ID Project fundraising page. Click the link below for more information and how to donate: https://localgiving.org/charity/seatrustwales/project/porpoise_photoid_project/ The Porpoise Photo-ID Project is a community project that conducts ground-breaking harbour porpoise research through photo-ID, recruits and trains local volunteers as citizen scientists, visits local schools with… Continue reading Porpoise Photo-ID Project
Coleg y Môr is a two year project funded through Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Sustainable Development Fund (SDF). The first year of the Coleg y Môr pilot project successfully developed a marine conservation educational resource in the uniquely situated Ocean Lab building in Goodwick. A portion of the grant was to upgrade our existing marine… Continue reading Coleg y Môr
Can we redesign a simple bait bag to reduce plastic pollution and make them easier for fisher’s to use? With the right partners and teamwork, anything is possible. A unique partnership of marine conservation committed organisations, drawn from the education, NGO and private sectors, has launched a project to prevent a particular source of plastic… Continue reading Take The Bait
Sea Trust is delighted to be awarded funding by Natural Resources Wales (NRW) for our Ocean Guardians project. This project involves working with fishers to tackle the issue of plastic waste in our local seas. Sea Trust was awarded £20,000 and is working with local group Ocean Guardians Fishguard & Goodwick. The funding will employ… Continue reading Ocean Guardians