Divers, families, boaties and fishers are being urged rally around next month for a community-driven seeding project to restore Cockburn Sound’s seagrass – an important nursery ground for many fish species. Continue reading “One million seeds to rejuvenate Cockburn Sound’s seagrass snapper sanctuary”
For many metropolitan fishers, Cockburn Sound is an important and treasured fishery on the city’s doorstep. Continue reading “Cockburn Sound: Why it’s in a poor state and what we are doing to restore it to health”
Author: Dr Elizabeth Sinclair, University of Western Australia.
Healthy seagrass meadows play a big part in making some of the inshore and sheltered water fishing in WA so good, writes Dr Elizabeth Sinclair, University of Western Australia. Continue reading “Why we should all look after our seagrasses!”