October 10, 2018
Bagged shell in place secured by manila rope to hardwood posts

Snowden’s seagrass and shellfish restoration trial begins

Today was a major milestone, with the Foundation now able to show the first stage of a ‘living […]
September 20, 2018
Aust Science & Maths School students at CYC, measuring adult oysters, part of a native oyster restoration trial

Year 12 Biology students at the Estuary 19.9.18

Thirty six, Year 12, Biology students from the Australian Science and Maths School came to the Estuary to […]
September 19, 2018

Presentation to Rotary Club of West Lakes

Catherine McMahon addressed the Rotary Club of West Lakes evening meeting on September 18th: Restoration of the Port […]
August 29, 2018
Catherine McMahon (ECF) with Alan Noble (AusOcean) at Adelaide University, witnessing agreement with Flinders Ports

Partnering with AusOcean for seagrass monitoring

Alan Noble, the founder of local not-for-profit AusOcean has developed Network Blue an underwater sensor network. Network Blue rigs […]
August 29, 2018
Bagged oyster shell on display at Black Diamond Gallery

PIRSA Permits enable bagged shell trials

PIRSA has provided Ministerial Permits for the Foundation to undertake trials with clean, bagged recycled shell to attract […]
August 20, 2018
monitoring seagrass in Port River

Further trials of seagrass monitoring

The seagrass monitoring team, after waiting some weeks for fine weather, headed out in their kayaks on Monday, […]
June 6, 2018
Squadron Quarterly winter article about Port River seagrass

Seagrass in Port River: its importance and status

Seagrass and the Foundation’s monitoring and restoration projects are featured in an article in the winter edition of […]
May 22, 2018
Seagrass monitoring team with kayaks at Mutton Cove prepare to check sites and methods at low tide 21.5.18

Seagrass monitoring progresses

The Seagrass Monitoring team visited their sites on May 21st to check their kayaking skills and proposed methods […]
May 7, 2018
Seagrass monitoring team members

Kayak training at Garden Island

A chilly morning for members of the Seagrass Monitoring Team to develop their kayaking skills, with expert help […]
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