October 26, 2018
Seagrass restoration trial in Port River - several cores of seagrass, behind the protection of bagged shell, and joining resident razorfish (pinna)

Seagrass translocation trial begins

Twenty one cores of seagrass (Zostera) were today translocated, about 2 kms south of their host site, to […]
October 13, 2018
Water Research Lab report - Coastal Engineering Assessment for Trial Oyster Shell Filled Bag Structures: Port River, Adelaide

Water Research Lab, UNSW advice for Snowden’s trial

The Water Research Laboratory (WRL) at the University of New South Wales has provided the coastal engineering advice […]
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 […]
July 9, 2018
Stepped seawall with samphire, Kogarah, NSW

Funding sought for Living Shoreline trial

The Foundation has applied for a major grant to design and construct a Living Shoreline at Cruickshanks Corner, […]
March 30, 2018

Video highlights of Todd Miller’s presentation

Video highlights are now available from the presentation, by Todd Miller of the North Carolina Coastal Federation, Working Together […]
December 7, 2017
Zostera (seagrass) visible with lower tide in Port RIver; photo by Kym Murphy

Foundation wins Community NRM Grant for seagrass restoration trial

The Estuary Care Foundation will receive $5K, through the Adelaide and My Lofty NRM, for a seagrass restoration […]
January 13, 2017
logo for Disaster Resilience program

Funding sought for Living Shorelines trials

The Foundation applied for funds from the National Disaster Resilience Program to design and trial SA’s first Living […]
November 15, 2016

Video: Building Coastal Resilience with Nature

Dr Chris Shepard, Director of Science, The Nature Conservancy, Gulf of Mexico presented Building Coastal Resilience with Nature […]
May 10, 2016
Seawall at Mutton Cove disintegrating in storm 9.5.16; photo by Jean Turner

Major storm affects plans

A major storm occurred yesterday accompanying a high tide, so that an anticipated tide of 2.7m at Outer […]
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