April 23, 2019
Coir bags missing, posts intact at Snowden's

Snowden Trial Setbacks

The Foundation’s seagrass restoration trial at Snowden’s has had a couple of setbacks, with repair work needed. Foundation […]
December 11, 2018
Opening title slide for presentation about Restoring and Monitoring seagrass in Port RIver & Barker Inlet Estuary

ECF progress in monitoring and restoring seagrass in Estuary, 2018

A Marine Mardi-grass was held at the University of Adelaide on Monday, December 10th. The symposium was organised […]
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 […]
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